Hockey in Finland - 30-Oct-2024 to 03-Nov-2024


  • Roundtrip Flights from LHR
  • 4 nights Helsinki Hilton Strand  Wed 30 Oct  |   Sun 03 Nov
  • King/Twin Guest Room
  • Breakfast daily
  • Lower Level Section A3 ticket to Dallas v Florida Fri 01 Nov @ 8:00PM
  • Lower Level Section A3 ticket to Dallas v Florida Sat 02 Nov @ 6:00PM
Event Hospitality
  • The Ultimate Pre Game Hospitality
  • The Ultimate Pre Game Hospitality
Other Inclusions
  • Welcome Reception
  • Guided Sightseeing Tour of Helsinki
  • Olympic Stadium Tour
  • Entrance to Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame
  • Meet & Greet with 2 NHL Legends
  • All Transfers
  • All Taxes & Fees
  • On Site Tour Host


  • All meals unless stated

    Trip Cancellation Insurance


Day 1 Wednesday 30th October

Make your way to London Heathrow for your flight to Helsinki where you'll be met by your tour host and taken straight to the beautiful Hilton Strand hotel which is located right on the waterfront with amazing sea views. After checking in we begin our trip with a 2-hour private city sightseeing tour. The tour will give you a fabulous overview of everything there is to see in the capital city. On our return we'll host a short welcome reception.


Day 2 Thursday 31st October

Today is our only free day, if you want a relaxing day then why not try one of the more than 3 million saunas in Finland (yep, its true!!). If you want to explore a little, then take a day trip (by ferry) over to Tallinn (in Estonia) where you'll see one of the World's most beautiful city's, with its Medieval architecture, stunning Eastern Orthodox Cathedral, cobblestone streets and lots of cafe's and shops. The evening is free.


Day 3 Friday 1st November

Don't forget to get up in time for the incredible buffet breakfast at the hotel (all included). We depart the hotel at 11.45am for the short drive over to the Olympic Stadium for a 1-hour tour. The largest stadium in Finland was originally built for the 1940 Olympics (which were cancelled due to WW2) and finally hosted the 1952 games. The highlight of the tour is a trip to the top of the tower which is 72m (236ft) tall and provides panoramic views over the city. Then we hit the road to Tampere for the first NHL Global Series game. When we arrive we head straight to our pre game hospitality venue where we've got all-inclusive food and drink as well as a meet and greet with a former NHL star who'll take photos with you, sign autographs and give you the inside scoop on the game. Then we walk over to the Nokia Arena ready for face-off between the Stars and Panthers.  We head back to Helsinki after the game.


Day 4 Saturday 2nd November

Day two of the Global Series, and mid-morning (after another incredible breakfast) we take the bus back to Tampere, this time we arrive a little early as we have a private tour of the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame. Then it’s on to our pregame hospitality venue where we're hosted by another NHL Legend with food and drinks all included. The Nokia Arena will be buzzing again as the Stars and Panthers do battle.


Day 5 Sunday 3rd November

After a good night's sleep and one final breakfast we head to the airport for the nonstop flight back to London.



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