Stayed here for 6 nights with my wife and 3 children (7, 10,13). I wanted to show the children that Santa is about all year and true to my beliefs he is there large as life! Being the summer with less...
We’ve been here December 2019 and it was a beautiful stay. They picked us up at the airport. The cottages are super nice with a own Sauna. The only thing to complain was the food. Breakfast and Dinner...
Yesterday we went to see santa and it was really akward moment. When people say something before going inside, this information should be given as-is, but sadly this didnt happen. Covid-19 is an awf...
Our trip has been greatly affected by covid 19. The Village was extremely sympathetic to our problems allowing us firstly to change the date and finally to cancel. They replied to all our communicati...
Santa Claus Village is located on the Arctic Circle, north of Rovaniemi. Every year, visitors from all over the world flock here to catch a glimpse of the glamor of Santa Claus. Santa Claus Village is a group of wooden buildings. There are the main entrance spires, restaurants, flower beds, Santa Claus offices, residences, post offices, gift shops, elk parks and others.
Christmas House Santa
Santa Claus Office
Santa's Salmon Place
Lapland Restaurant Kotahovi
Nova Skyland Hotel
Santa＇s Igloos Arctic Circle
If you happen to be in the city of Rovaniemi in northern Finland, don’t forget that you’re also visiting the home of Santa Claus who has an own little village just near the airport.
The village is situated at the Arctic circle just across the road from the airport intersection at the E75/4 main road about 10 km north from the city of Rovaniemi. There’s free parking for the car and the village can also be accessed using a bus from the city of Rovaniemi.
Just wish the Santa would be less commercially oriented. Everything is fairly expensive but the Christmas is there around the year also for free for window shoppers. Anyway the village is a place for a nice quick visit and it offers a chance to go and meet the Santa in person, although sometimes the queues are quite long.
There are also Finnish brand flagship stores, restaurants, cafeterias and a playground for kids. It’s open around the year.
Don’t expect the visit to the village to last for the whole day, it’s suitable for a very quick visit instead. Maybe half a day with the lunch.
In Lapland, there are more reindeer than there are people. The number of reindeer is 200,000; the population is 18,2001. Among them, 182,000 are mortals and 1 is Santa Claus. There is the only recognized Santa Claus in the world, with the third official language other than Finnish and Swedish - Elvish.
Santa Claus has received visitors from more than 130 countries and regions in his office. He receives more than 500,000 letters from all over the world every year. During the Christmas season, he receives about 32,000 letters a day.
Look at the blackboard, copy it down: Santa's official mailing address:
Santa Claus Village is a group of wooden buildings featuring Christmas landscapes and experiences. Every year, a large number of tourists come here to see Santa Claus.
The Santa Claus office in the village is the agency responsible for receiving children from all over the world. Santa Claus, who is certified to work, will answer the strange questions of the children here.
Rovaniemi is known as the hometown of Santa Claus, the world-famous Santa Claus Village on the Arctic Circle at the outskirts of the city 8 km north of Rovaniemi. In addition, the Northern Lights in winter and the midnight sun in summer are also places to attract tourists. As a city in the Arctic Circle, the winter sports here are also very developed.
You can see a large map with all the entertainment items in Santa Claus Village. If you come for the first time, you can find out what is fun and learn in the shortest time. Helps to play happier.