Punkaharjun Valtionhotelli

Address: Harjuntie 596, Punkaharju, The Lakelands, Eastern Finland, 58450, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Harjuntie 596, Punkaharju.
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Travel Blogs from Punkaharju

Lake land fun in Eastern Finland

A travel blog entry by verity.huntley on Jul 20, 2012

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As an international tribe we traveled east to the Lake land district of Finland. The first night was spent at the Olavin Retkeilijat campsite. OR was very basic but provided a very authentic camping experience on the hillside above the lake, with a hikers hut providing kitchen and lodge like facilities kitted out more for the snowy season with ski equipment and maps. It also housed a sauna and ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jun 02, 2012

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Savonlinna was my next stop in Finland. It is in the middle of nowhere. It's nearly 5 hours from the capital of FInland. I'm not really sure why I came here. I probably saw it on the map and just thought maybe it would be a good stopping point on the way to Helsinki. It was a good point to stop at, but there wasn't much here. There was a very nice castle. ...

Running over reindeer!

A travel blog entry by barryandrach on Jul 28, 2011

Leaving the arctic circle we almost ran over several reindeer, they appeared out of nowhere on the roads, which was dangerous, but loads of fun for us to stop and try and get pictures of.
Somewhere along the way, we passed a zoo, and decided to run in and see what was going on. Rachel brought some deer antlers, which were cool, but we have no idea what to do with them! we were given a map of the zoo, and told we had ...

Castle, lakes and more lakes

A travel blog entry by mumnrina on Jul 29, 2010

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... beautiful and were keen to look into doing a section of it in the morning but that desire was taken care of overnight. Was not to be.

Not long after Rina came in for the night a very destructive electrical storm had worked its way across southern Finland including the district in which we were camped. I have never felt thunder send vibrations through the ground as during this night and we only heard a fraction of its ferocity because our cabin ...

Perfect camping!

A travel blog entry by mumnrina on Jul 28, 2010

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We took side roads to Imatra from Lapeenranta through the country side and followed the Saimaa Canal for a short distance. At one section after the canal we came across a huge gas complex in the middle of farming country and soon after were very close to the border where by the side of the road there was a sign to stop and not go any further. It was right on the border of no-mans land and Katrina now has a "hinku" to go over the border into ...