Åland is the perfect destination for conference and group tours. Here are excellent premises for meetings and much to see and experience in the form of activities, culture and sights.

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It’s also quick and convenient to travel to the island world from Sweden and Finland. The short boat ride or flight to Åland, also creates a feeling of really being abroad.
Travelling on Åland is easy because of its smallness. It’s possible to experience much in a short time. You don’t have to stay very long to see the best of what Åland has to offer.

Conference organisers

The conference and group-tour organisers in Åland will help you book your trip, accommodations and different arrangements or activities that are of interest to your company.

 


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