All the staff were very friendly and positive and the environment was very warm. We were very pleased that Neil took us through the "can do" and "can't do" links in the Air Park. He was very thorough and patient and his sense of humor was appreciated as we learned the techniques.
The world-famous Santa Claus Village is located on the Arctic Circle, 8 kilometers north of Rovaniemi, Finland. It is recognized worldwide as the hometown of Santa Claus. Do you know that Santa Claus actually exists in the world? Located in Rovaniemi, Finland, there is a place called Santa Claus Village, which is the only hometown of Santa Claus recognized by the United Nations in the world! Many tourists come from afar to see Santa Claus who is the only certified worker in the world. Of course, taking a photo is costly. An Arctic Circle line runs across the entire village. This is the dividing line of the Arctic Circle. It takes 0.1 seconds, which is amazing, and you can get a cross certificate! There is a post office in the village where you can write postcards and have a special postmark. There are two ways of mailing: one is to send it on the same day, and the other is to mail it before Christmas. Waiting for the next Christmas to receive your business card~ I will arrive in Finland in winter. You must experience an elk sled and a husky sled, which can be played in the village. The former is slow and you can enjoy the scenery quietly, while the latter is faster and Erha is too active!
The best meal on the trip, I would definitely say the grilled salmon in this village of Rovaniemi Santa Claus. The meat is very tender and juicy, the outside is noisy and the waiting for an hour with the aroma is worth it. It was so pleasant to squeeze in such a small space on a cold snowy day and wait for a nice baked salmon