The theme park of Santa Claus in the Arctic Circle is a very interesting wooden building. It's not very big. There's Santa Claus's office. You can shake hands with him, take pictures with him and explore the philosophy of life. I asked him where Rudolph was. He said he went out to play for it in the summer vacation. Haha. Photographs are free, 35 euros for each photo. Team photo can be taken, as long as a photo, back to scan and print, one for each person, so that the cost can be shared. Grandpa's shoes are the key. Look at them. They are as big as a boat. There are also Christmas postcards that can be sent by the post office. There are postcards sent at that time and before Christmas. The cost is the same. They are all one euro postcards and 1.5 Euro stamps sent to the whole world (Santa Claus said he arranged for Rudolph's team to send them, so the global price is the same). Here, a lot of stamps, the focus has come, there are children over the years to write to Santa Claus stamps, I bought a large bag of used stamps for 7 euros, go home to see, happy, all the local stamps in 1993. Next time you go, buy more of these old stamps. Christmas shops, many small commodities, can buy reindeer antlers, reindeer candlesticks, all kinds of small gifts. There is Santa Claus Restaurant, which seems to be closed in summer. I went to the restaurant for two summers without opening. I went into it and strolled around. It felt like I was in a dwarf's house, playing quietly. Many tree houses are very interesting. I recommend that I go there freely and have a good time. Remember to go to the tourist centre, buy a certificate across the Arctic, 4.2 Euros, provide your name, they will stamp the date and seal.
Santa Claus village in late November, with a very Christmas atmosphere and snow everywhere, is Rovaniemi's main attraction. Take bus 8 directly from downtown. Please pay attention to the departure time. Return ticket 7.2 Euros. Here are a few things to do. First, cross the Arctic Circle. Second, stamp your passport (0.5 Euros, in the lobby information office). Third, send greeting cards. Two mailboxes are optional. The red one is sent on Christmas Day. Fourth, taking pictures with Santa Claus is really expensive. You can't take pictures with your mobile phone. It takes 40 Euros to get the pictures, but flying all the way is not worth it. There are also several recreational activities. Husky Park and Elk Park are all sled pulling projects. Because of the cold weather and the large number of people, we abandoned these two projects. The daytime here is very short. It's light at 10 a.m. and it's dark at about 15 p.m. I like the atmosphere here very much. My planned friends might as well go and play.
Rovaniemi is the home of Santa Claus. This city in northern Finland is located in the Arctic Circle. Every year during the holidays, the Santa Claus Village is decorated with lights and can also ride on Husky sledges. The most famous Kakslautanen Hotel, lying in its ice house enjoying the aurora, pay attention to advance booking, I ordered in May are only a few rooms left! ___________
Santa Claus Village is a group of wooden buildings which mainly focus on the unique scenery and experience of Christmas. Every year, a large number of tourists come here to see Santa Claus. Santa Claus's office in the village is responsible for receiving children from all countries. Santa Claus "certified on duty" will answer strange questions from children here. The Arctic Circle happens to cross villages. You can find white markings with dimensions of the Arctic Circle and get a certificate for crossing the Arctic Circle. There are all kinds of fairy-tale stamps, cards and gifts in Santa's post office. Letters sent from Santa's post office will be sent around the world with Santa's postmark. Santa Claus Village is about 7.5 kilometers away from Rovaniemi and can be reached by bus in the city. Bus - "Rovaniemi Fair takes Bus No. 8 and can arrive directly in about 10-15 minutes. You can get a map at the Information Consulting Office, otherwise it's really hard to tell where it is. Tropic of Cancer, one indoor and one outdoor, but the one outdoors is covered by snow. Indoor on the opposite side of the tourist consulting desk, you can also go to the consulting desk to get certificates across the Tropic of Cancer, you can choose different languages, spring and summer versions, you can also stamp your passport.
With the bell of farewell to the old and welcome the new, we arrived in Finland on the Finnish Airlines flight. The first stop was Santa Claus Village, the fairy tale world. The whole snow-covered world, where more than 60% of the people are Chinese and familiar local accents are heard everywhere. We walked around town, enjoyed all kinds of fancy huts, took pictures with Santa Claus and watched reindeer pulling carts... The next neighbor is a five-year-old girl from Iceland. Although she comes from different countries, soon two children play together at the door, make snowmen, ride a ski bike and push it one by one. Hi up __________
There are many products in the post office, but they are basically the same. Postcards do not have to be bought in the post office. Walking around Santa Claus Village, you will find that there are postcards here from 5 to 1.5 euros, depending on your choice. Like the Santa Claus office, the mailboxes here are divided into day and December 25 for everyone to choose from.
Rovaniemi mainly watches the aurora and skiing, besides, the town has fewer interesting attractions, especially last weekend, the town is almost empty. Santa Claus Village is a must-see attraction here. It can take half a day, but it is not big. If you don't go to gift shops and line up to see Santa Claus, you will soon be finished. The staff inside are very nice. The girl in the reindeer farm is the most impressive. She is very enthusiastic. Writing a few postcards in Santa's post office is a designated action. Photographing on the Tropic is indispensable. Visiting Santa's office, patiently queuing up to take pictures with Santa, riding reindeer, walking around, taking pictures, and picking up a few favorite gifts for friends to give themselves at the gift shop can absolutely easily take half a day.
Santa Claus Post Office is a special institution for receiving and sending Christmas cards and gifts in Santa Claus Village. Santa Claus replies to senders in different languages. Postcards, stamps and various gifts are sold in the post office. Visitors can send greetings to their families and friends or choose unique gifts in the post office. Santa Claus Post Office is located in the central part of Santa Claus Village. After entering the village, you can walk to the central part of the village. Postcards can be paid by VISA and Master cards.