Asikkala’s group tours cover the main sights and attractions, including Vääksy Canal, Pulkkilanharju ridge (part of the national park) and the village of Kalkkinen. Our newest destinations include a daytrip to a tulip farm and rose garden and a daytrip to the Urajärvi Manor Museum, where you can explore the renovated premises and wonderful park.


Name:  Asikkala municipality

Address:  Meijeritie 1, FI-17200 Vääksy

Phone:  +358 44 778 0701 or +358 44 778 0680

Email:  matkailuinfo(at)

Explore two different canals

All aboard! This beautiful route starts at the canal and takes you to the village of Kalkkinen via Kalkkinen Canal. Lunch is served at the Viini-Pihamaa Winery and Gardens. Return by bus via beautiful Pulkkilanharju ridge. Prices start from 46 € / person.


Discover the Asikkala Ice Age trail

Asikkala has a lot of traces of the Ice Age. The tour begins at Vesivehmaa village with visits to the hut of a birch bark master and the Aviation Museum. The Ice Age trail takes the group to the beautiful village of Kalkkinen and to Viini-Pihamaa Winery and Gardens, where lunch is served. After lunch a wine tasting is arranged. Return via Pulkkilanharju ridge to village of Vääksy. Prices start from 42 € / person.


Urajärvi Manor Museum

Urajärvi Manor Museum opens its doors to the public in summertime. Hugo and Lily Heideman’s fascinating story will charm you. The manor guide leads the group through the renovated premises and to the historical park. Prices start from 35 € / person.


Tulip farm and rose garden

The former cow pastures are brimming with tulips and daffodils! From the beginning of May to June groups can admire over a hundred different plants in the area. In July, about 400 rose bushes burst into bloom. You can find 80 rose species on the farm of Töyrylä. The owner of the farm introduces the rose garden and gives tips for planting and trimming the bushes. Seedlings can also be purchased. 
Price of the trip 28 – 45 € / person depending on group size.


All prices include guiding, lunch and coffee and entrance fees. The group must provide its own bus.