Send a parcel to Finlandfrom only £11.37 exc VAT
- Collection and drop-off service available
- Get parcel cover worth up to £50 included
- Protect your parcel up to £5000 with extra cover
- Send up to 70kg on selected services
Finland is the most sparsely-populated country in the European Union. In fact, there are more people living in the city of London that the country of Finland, which means that there is quite a lot riding on the effectiveness of online shopping and the national postal service, especially when it comes to shipping to Finland from the UK.
Luckily, European parcel delivery with Parcel2Gois fast and reliable. whether you have buyers there or you just want to send a little something to a friend, you’re always getting a good deal on postage to Finland. With a network of courier services that includes DPD, UPS and Asendia, we’re able to promise high-quality service at incredibly low prices. Get a quote to send a parcel to Finland today!Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending a parcel to Finland?
Finland which is situated slightly to the left of Sweden is a member of the EU, so there’s no need to worry about dealing with customs when shipping to Finland from the UK.
How much does it cost to send a parcel to Finland from the UK?
When you book through Parcel2Go, postage to Finland costs as little as £11.37. That’s because we talk to our couriers to find out how to make deliveries more efficient — then, we pass on whatever we save to our customers. That way, you get cheap parcels without having to settle for sub-par service.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Finland?
The Finnish addressing system works similarly to the way it does in the UK, with a few details varying due to the nature of the post code format. For example, if you’re shipping to a business, the business name and unit are placed as two lines above the addressee name, making the address six lines in total. For more information, you can refer to the UPU specifications.
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