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Pritha Manchanda Nov 24 2014

What all can you do in the Village of Santa Claus?

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Hey! I plan a visit to arctic circle. Can you please suggest a travel guide for the same.?
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Etti Bali Nov 24 2014
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Get into the holiday spirit with a journey to Santa’s Village! Embark on a magical journey and have yourself a very merry Christmas in Lapland, Finland.


Merry Christmas! (from the official website)

Santa’s Village


Venture a short 8 km north of Rovaniemi and you’ll find yourself in Santa’s hometown! Beautifully decorated and lit up during Christmas time, you can meet Father Christmas here!


Christmastime (from the official website)

Santa Park


Let the cheerful elves guide you into the underground cavern at the Arctic Circle that leads to the Santa Park.


Santa Park (from the official website)

Meeting Santa won’t just be a dream here! You can see his way of life and be witness to his hobbies as you spend a day here.

Santa Claus (by Tarja Mitrovic)

Santa’s Office


Experience fascinating tales, secrets and fantastical fables of Father Christmas’ life on your trail to the Santa Claus Office.

Santa Claus Office (from the official website)

A Reindeer named Rudolph


When Santa is here, can his reindeers be far behind? Experience Christmas in its full glory with a reindeer-sleigh ride, only in Santa’s Village.

Santa Claus Safari (from the official website)

Santa’s Post Office


Welcome to the official post office of Santa Claus. Here, you can order a unique letter from Santa Claus, which will be then sent to you on Christmas! Happy Holidays indeed!


Letters to Santa (from the official website)

The Amazing Aurora Borealis


Sami legend has it that a fox flies across the Arctic, lighting up the skies with sparks trailing off its tail! The Finnish Lapland is the best place to witness this wonderful phenomenon, with the lights visible on around 200 nights of the year!

Northern Lights (by Chris)

Nights under the Northern Lights


Spend a night in the soft glow of the Northern Lights in the warmth of thermal glass igloos. Nights like these don’t come often!


Kakslauttanen Resort (from the official website)

Land of the Midnight Sun


During the winters, there is no sunlight for the Finns. In contrast, they experience daytime for a full 70 days, when the Sun never sets on the land. The phenomenon of “white nights” is real and the best way to catch a wink is to use heavy curtains and blinds.

The Nocturnes (from the official website)

The Bridge That Lights the Way!


The Lumberjack’s Candle Bridge is one of the most significant element in the Lapland Cityscape! It pays homage to the city’s logging and lumberjacking heritage and has two burning logs at the top that are lit up twice a day.


Lumberjack’s Candle Bridge (by Tarja Mitrovic)

A Husky Ride


Put on your warmest winter gear and brave the Arctic chill with a ride on adorable huskies! These lovely sled dogs will take you on the ride of your life!

Husky Sledge (from the official website)

Every part of your trip to Lapland is going to be filled with magic, myth and mystery! Be enchanted in a land that idly drifts by in some other time--a place that is in no hurry. Have a magical Christmas in Santa’s Village!

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