Asikkala, Heinola, Hollola, Hämeenkoski, Lahti, Nastola, Orimattila, Padasjoki

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Welcome to Lahti region

The lively cultural life and diverse ridge and lake scenery of the Lahti region makes it a unique travel destination no matter what the time of the year. Thanks to the ridges of Salpausselkä, Lahti region has four seasons, each of which brings its own special events and activities for tourism and leisure. Welcome to the Lahti region.

Attractions

The Lahti region is full of wonderful sights and places to visit. Sibelius Hall, Salpausselkä ski centre, Hollola medieval stone church, Vääksy canal and Lahti City Hall to name few. See the best attractions of Lahti region.

Hotels in Lahti

Lahti region offers an extensive selection of accommondation to suit every need. The Lahti region has high class hotels, tourist hotels, bed and breakfasts, hostels, manors,  cabins and campign grounds.

Best restaurants

The Lahti region is full of wonderful restaurants and local specialities. The Lahti region has also a wide selection of atmosperic pubs and bars, nice cafes and lively nightclubs and discos.

Shopping

Lahti region is a true paradise for shoppers offering tailor-made suits, Italian style, American classics and original collections by Finnish designers. There are plenty of stores to choose from in the Lahti region.

Finnmari

Furniture

Finnmari is candle- and interior decoration store in Lahti.

The tourist information office

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INFO offers the residents and tourists a centrally located service point where they can obtain information about the Lahti region's tourism and environmental issues.

Soile Yli-Mäyry's Art Castle

Theaters and galleries

The former home of a wool factory owner, K. H. Attila, designed by architect Josef Stenbäck in 1895 currently houses the Art Castle of artist Soile Yli-Mäyry.

Lahti Historical Museum

Museums

Lahti Historical Museum is situated in the former main building of Lahti manor house. The building was designed by architect Hjalmar Åberg (1870-1935) and built during the years 1897-1898.