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— If clouds prevent viewing the Northern Lights, the accommodation can be moved to where the skies are clear Arctic Finland and its northernmost region, Lapland, is currently one of the world's hottest travel...
For people crammed into living in tiny apartments in huge cities, just a brief walk in the forest might be an extraordinary experience. Arctic Sky, operating in Saariselkä, offers peace and silence to its customers. A chance to stay still.
Reindeer Farm Toini Sanila, located in the village of Sevettijärvi in the Municipality of Inari is seeking new ownership Lapland, Finland’s northernmost region, is one of the fastest growing travel destinations in Europe. It’s...
Beautiful Narkaus is located around 35 km southern, between Rovaniemi and Ranua. You could think that Narkaus is a little village in the middle of nowhere, but it is so much more! In Narkaus, you can experience...
Rovaniemi is an unparalleled city vacation destination – in the capital of Lapland the friends of tasty food and drinks, active nightlife, fashion, design, sweet dreams and shopping get spoiled! Rova is a loanword...
We want to offer our guests the best possible culinary experience in Ranua On many consecutive days, Spanish travellers came to dine at the restaurant of Hotel Ilveslinna located in Ranua. The sudden rush...
It is late March in Rovaniemi, Lapland and there’s still snow up to your waist. There is not much sign of the approaching summer – lakes and other waterways are still covered in a thick layer of ice. Nevertheless, if...
Käpy (which translates to a cone) is bursting with excitement and pride. She jumps around and giggles as she goes along and introduces the environment in and around the Santa Claus Office located at the Arctic Circle in Rovaniemi. What on...
The bear girls went into hibernation towards the end of October, Malla on the 16th and Jemma on the 26th. The diet was changed to a more natural direction, which allowed the bears to decide for themselves when to reduce...
Thousands upon thousands of tourists visit Lapland every year from over 140 different nations. They come to enjoy Arctic exoticism, traditional activities and the wide variety of experiences Lapland has to offer. Reindeer, snowmobiles, Santa Claus and traditional ice swimming...