In winter, when you come to Santa Claus Village on ice and snow, you must check in. Although it is commercialized, it still feels good. Santas here are all certificated and licensed to work. They need to wait in line to take photos. There are different prices for different people and making city photo albums. Anyone who comes here can pass the Arctic Circle certificate to prove that they have been here. It is really meaningful. We went earlier and Santa Claus hadn't gotten to work yet, so we took the first one and waited for the photo.
This is a gift shop. If you live in the Santa Claus Resort, you can get a 10% discount with your room card. Although this shop is a chain store like a hotel, it’s not expensive, the prices are the same as outside, and you can get a 10% discount with your room card. , It is more cost-effective to calculate.
There is also Santa Claus who can take pictures with you during the day. The price will be a little bit cheaper than the price in Santa’s office, but I don’t know which Santa Claus is the real one.
There is also a small exhibition hall, showing how Finns spend Christmas, and the relationship between Japanese Shiroi Koibito and Finland. It turns out that Japanese Shiroi Koibito biscuits are related to Finland, so I have gained knowledge.
The Chinese translation is Santa Claus Village. It can be reached from the center of Rovaniemi by bus No. 8 or a special scenic bus. It takes more than ten minutes. The bus is 3.5 Euros per person, which is quite meaningful.