Finland: Languages and Travel Information

Finland is located in Europe & Central Asia, with a population of 5,387,000 (2011) and the arrival of 3,670,000 (2010) tourists a year. Are you traveling or researching Finland? Following is some information on the languages and country. SpeakSheets offers our Lifetime Members printable and downloadable language sheets with no monthly costs ever. With more than 16 languages covering over 2.3 billion people worldwide, we can help make your travels to Finland and beyond even more fun!

If you are traveling to Finland or just looking for some more information, we can provide some Finland travel language help. We also have some word categories for travel to Finland. We’re always working on new languages and more travel words for the languages we do have. Our Lifetime Members have unlimited access to download and print our language sheets. We have the best language sheets on the web, guaranteed.

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Travel to these cities in Finland and beyond!

Always wanted to visit or return to Finland? We provide some great travel info for the following cities in Finland.

Travel to Helsinki, Finland 558,457 residents
Travel to Oulu, Finland 128,618 residents
Travel to Turku, Finland 175,945 residents
Travel to Tampere, Finland 202,687 residents
Travel to Espoo, Finland 229,527 residents
Travel to Vantaa, Finland 190,058 residents

Other Countries in Europe & Central Asia

Learning a few words in the language of the country you are visiting will help make your travels more immersive and fun. Here are other countries in Europe & Central Asia:

Country Language(s) Population Annual Tourists Region
Albania Albanian
3,215,988 (2011)
2,417,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Andorra Catalan
86,165 (2011)
1,830,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
Armenia Armenian
3,100,236 (2011)
575,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
Austria German
8,419,000 (2011)
22,004,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Azerbaijan Azerbaijani
9,168,000 (2011)
1,280,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Belarus Russian
9,473,000 (2011)
119,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Belgium French, German
11,008,000 (2011)
7,186,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
3,752,228 (2011)
365,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Bulgaria Bulgarian
7,476,000 (2011)
6,047,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Channel Islands English
153,876 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
Croatia Croatian
4,407,000 (2011)
9,111,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Cyprus Greek, Turkish
1,116,564 (2011)
2,173,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Czech Republic Czech
10,546,000 (2011)
8,185,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Denmark Danish
5,574,000 (2011)
8,744,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Estonia Estonian
1,340,000 (2011)
2,120,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Faeroe Islands Danish, Persian
48,863 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
Finland Finnish, Swedish
5,387,000 (2011)
3,670,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
France French
65,436,552 (2011)
77,148,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Georgia Georgian
4,486,000 (2011)
2,033,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Germany German
81,726,000 (2011)
26,875,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Greece Greek
11,304,000 (2011)
15,007,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Greenland Greenlandic
56,744 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
Hungary Hungarian
9,971,000 (2011)
9,510,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Iceland Icelandic
319,000 (2011)
1,213,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Ireland English, Irish
4,487,000 (2011)
7,189,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
Isle of Man English, Manx
83,327 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
Italy French, Italian
60,770,000 (2011)
43,626,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Kazakhstan Russian
16,558,459 (2011)
3,393,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Kosovo Serbian
1,794,303 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
Kyrgyz Republic Russian
5,507,000 (2011)
1,316,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Latvia Latvian
2,220,000 (2011)
1,373,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Liechtenstein German
36,304 (2011)
52,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
Lithuania Lithuanian
3,203,000 (2011)
1,507,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Luxembourg French, German
517,000 (2011)
849,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
Macedonia Macedonian
2,063,893 (2011)
262,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Malta English, Maltese
419,000 (2011)
1,332,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Moldova Romanian
3,559,000 (2011)
8,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Monaco French
35,427 (2011)
279,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Montenegro Montenegrin
632,261 (2011)
1,088,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Netherlands Dutch
16,696,000 (2011)
10,883,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Norway Norwegian
4,952,000 (2011)
4,767,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Poland Polish
38,216,000 (2011)
12,470,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Portugal Portuguese
10,637,000 (2011)
6,756,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Reunion French
n/a
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
Romania Romanian
21,390,000 (2011)
7,575,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
Russia Russian
141,930,000 (2011)
22,281,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
San Marino Italian
31,735 (2011)
120,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Serbia Serbian
7,261,000 (2011)
683,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Slovak Republic Slovak
5,440,000 (2011)
1,298,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
Slovenia Slovenian
2,052,000 (2011)
1,869,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia

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