Finland is known as the winter wonderland for a reason. It’s a winter wonderland of green skies, husky & reindeer sleds, frosty fir trees and much more. Finnish Lapland is where all your snow-filled fantasies come to life. And right at the heart of it is Rovaniemi, perched on the edge of the Arctic Circle and the official home of Santa Claus (and he’s got to know the best place to live). From the Finland Northern Lights to reindeer sleigh rides, the winter months in the far north are full of magic.
The City of Rovaniemi sits on the Arctic Circle, the capital of Finnish Lapland. Around the world, people know Official Hometown of Santa Claus. Rovaniemi also features Northern Lights Finland, an authentic and lively culture, and always wilderness weaving through and waiting just beyond the city streets. Rovaniemi is your gateway to Lapland and Arctic wilderness.
Helsinki, the capital of
Finland is a vibrant seaside city of beautiful islands and great
green parks. The city’s rhythm is laid back yet at the same time
refreshingly active in terms of both the number and quality of restaurants and
Finland Northern Lights
The most popular experiences during Finland’s winter are chasing Aurora Borealis – the Northern Lights Finland. Finland is one of the best regions in the world to see the Northern Lights. The further north you venture, the more likely you are to witness one of nature’s most beautiful phenomenon. Northern Lights Finland is nature’s most spectacular light show. The Finland Northern Lights are visible on roughly 200 nights a year. In Finland, nights are dark enough for Northern Lights viewing from late August to March, seeing them require clear skies and just a bit of luck.
In Finland, you can meet Santa
and cross the Arctic Circle. You can also speed through the snowy forest behind a team of Siberian Huskies
for an adrenal rush or just get on the reindeer sleigh ride and enjoy the
Do all of this and tick it off your bucket list.