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Kemi is a town in Finnish Lapland , at the northernmost tip of the Gulf of Bothnia. The surrounding countryside is Keminmaa. Kemi is an industrial town dominated by pulp mills. By its character, Kemi is far more like a Finnish town than a Lappish town. The city also boasts an array of shops, restaurants and bars.
Kemi is the end of the line if heading west, towards Sweden because there are no passenger services across, as the rail gauge is different. Buses on this segment are free with most rail passes. Kemi is a little north of the mid-point of highway 4 E75 connecting Helsinki to Utsjoki near Nuorgam at the northernmost point of the country ; from either of these it's about hours of driving depending on the road conditions.
Easily by walking. Heiskasen Liikenne operates four local bus lines in Kemi with just a few departures a day, and aside of these your options for getting around without walking or biking are driving or taking a taxi. The city centre has a number of shops, including supermarkets, clothes, sports and photography shops. All are located in the city centre of Kemi and are within 5 minutes walk from the Railway station and all hotels.
Kemi has a varied selection of bars, pubs and nightclubs with students often filling them midweek, and locals each weekend. Map of Kemi. This city travel guide to Kemi is a usable article. It has information on how to get there and on restaurants and hotels. An adventurous person could use this article, but please feel free to improve it by editing the page.