Opening hours for the Tourist information:

  • October–April: Mo–Fri 9 am – 17 pm
  • May: Mo–Fri 9 am – 4 pm, Sat 10 am – 3 pm
  • 3–22 June: Mo–Sat 9 am – 5 pm
  • 24 June–11 August: daily 9 am – 5 pm
  • 12–29 September: Mo–Fri 9 am – 4 pm and Sat 10 am – 3 pm

Visit Aland – travel destination Åland’s own marketing department

Visit Åland is Åland’s official tourist and member organisation and has about 260 members. Visit Åland’s main aim is to market Åland as a travel destination and to work with the local tourist industry to develop tourism in the Åland Islands.

Visit Åland’s aims include:

  • marketing and branding Åland as a travel destination, starting with member businesses’ interests
  • representing the tourist branch before the authorities
  • maintaining tourist information
  • encouraging member businesses to develop products, raise quality and undertake new projects in the tourist branch

We are active in a series of different areas so as to market Åland as a travel destination, such as:

  • The production and distribution of brochures and inserts
  • Åland’s official tourism portal Visitaland.com
  • Press relations
  • Trade fairs and other sales activities
  • Co-operation with retailers and agents
  • Advertising campaigns
  • Other marketing and PR activities

 

Our address:
Visit Åland
Storagatan 8
AX-22100 Mariehamn,
Åland, Finland

Tel: +358 18 24000
[email protected]


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