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


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jun 02, 2012

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... located on an island, which made it even nicer. Savonlinna is also located on several lakes. It's a city of 30,000 people or so and if there weather was nicer, I would have loved to go on a lake cruise, but it poured down rain all day. The lake cruises are only 10 euros and last about 2 hours, so in the future if I come back, I would like to do a cruise ...

Running over reindeer!

A travel blog entry by barryandrach on Jul 28, 2011

... it was entertaining, and fun to walk around, i doubt it rates on many peoples ‘spectacular’ lists. It had an interesting history, and the guide was knowledgable.
Savonlinna is also known for its two lakes which are meant to contain seals. we didnt see any unfortunatly. that night we camped at the man made channel which connected the two lakes, it was one of the best free camp sites we had found on the trip.

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

3 comments, 13 photos

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 ...

Detour, big mistake!

A travel blog entry by the-gibbons on May 30, 2010

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The Campsite I suggested (350K away and not en route to Helsinki) was closed until the 01st of June!

Anyway.. found another expensive Hotel and treated Mark to a nice meal and wine at the Hotel restaurant.

Spoke to Paul, Jo, Harry, lucy ...