Visit Tampere
Tampere Convention Bureau

offers free assistance when you
are planning an international
congress in Tampere.


Nature's gift to Finland is her four seasons, each providing an unforgettable experience. Despite the cold winters, or rather because of them, Finnish houses, hotels, offices, and public facilities are well insulated and warm, even if the temperature outside drops to -20 or 30°C, which can happen between December and February. The air is fresh and clean and, due to the low humidity, the climate feels less cold than the actual temperature would indicate.

Finnish summers are warm and sunny, with temperatures in July usually around 20 to 25°C. From June to the end of July, the nights are light and it never gets completely dark. The lakes should also be warm enough for a swim. Even so, anything can happen in Finland and we recommend that you bring some warmer layers of clothes, perhaps a jumper and coat, just in case the temperature drops.