A Travel Comparison for Vacations, Honeymoons, and Tours Finland vs. Germany

Should you visit Finland or Germany?

Finland and Germany are both very different countries in Europe with unique things to offer visitors. In general, Finland is a bit more expensive than Germany.

Finland is a northern European country that is relatively expensive when compared to the rest of Europe. Helsinki is the capital city, and it is a fun place to spend some time. Finland also has many beautiful lakes that provide excellent fishing and outdoor opportunities, and Finland is known for its outdoor sports year around. Skiing, snowmobiling, and ice diving are all popular activities.

Germany is a large country with diverse landscapes, cosmopolitan cities, and charming towns. Despite its large size, it is a very efficient country to visit. Trains and buses are reliable and run like clockwork. The cities are very clean and modern and the facilities are comfortable. If you hope to explore Germany in great depth, it's worth having a good amount of time. There are so many places worth visiting, even with the efficient transportation, you'll need a lot to time to really soak up the country.

Which country is cheaper, Germany or Finland?

Should I visit Finland or Germany? This is a popular question for many travelers. By figuring out which country is more expensive, you'll understand where you'll get more bang for your buck. A week in Germany can cost you about €849 (per person), while a week in Finland may cost you around €873. These differences become even more noticable if you plan to spend a longer time in the country. 10 days, two weeks, or even one month of travel to Germany or Finland can really add to your travel budget.

Accommodation is often cheaper in Finland compared to Germany (€59 vs. €60). Budget travelers often stay in cheaper hostels and guest houses, while nicer hotels usually appeal to families and upscale travelers.

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