Lapland is not only the northernmost and largest Finnish landscape - With a population density of less than two inhabitants per square kilometer, Lapland is also the least inhabited landscape in Finland. Here, the only indigenous people in the European Union, the Sami, live. The largest city is Rovaniemi. Lapland has a lot to offer, such as sleigh-riding, snowshoeing or snowmobile-safaris through deep forests to watch the colorful northern lights. A must is also a visit to the Santa Claus in his post office at the Arctic Circle and a visit to the Santa's Elves in Santa Park. In the summer you can experience the midnight sun, where the sun does not set for 70 days. The autumn "Ruska"-time is also a great experience; then the forests of Lapland explode into a sea of colors. Mythical Lapland attracts visitors from all over the world.
Lapland the Land of the Midnight Sun and Polar Night. Pure wilderness and people with an Arctic attitude.