Finnish Lapland is a fascinating place to visit. See the midnight sun in summer, the Aurora Borealis in winter and experience what many consider to be Europe's 'last wilderness'. In the summer you can experience bright sunshine late into the night and enjoy endless forests. In winter you can undertake a range of snowy activities and perhaps even meet Santa Claus himself.
Lapland is the largest, northernmost region of Finland. Its unique nature, range of activities and fascinating attractions offer unique experiences throughout the year.
In winter there are plenty of opportunities for skiing, dogsledding, snowmobiling and a whole range of winter sports and activities. But let's not forget - Finnish Lapland is also the home of Santa Claus and his reindeers.
The Sámi people of Lapland are among the largest indigenous ethnic groups in Europe. During a visit to Finnish Lapland you are likely to have a chance to experience the cuisine and the culture of this fascinating people.