Hotel and Igloo Village Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, half an hour drive from Ivalo airport, is a perfect location for a holiday to escape the rush and bustle of city life. It has a beautiful location amidst the untouched Lapp wilderness, 300 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle. Far away from city lights, the place is also excellent for viewing the aurora borealis, or northern lights, whenever they adorn the dark sky with their colourful waves. Guests will enjoy comfortable lodgings in rustic log cabins which reflect the traditional Lapp style. Each cabin has a peaceful location not too close to the other ones. The resort provides an exotic holiday experience with an opportunity to sleep the polar night in a glass igloo with normal room temperature and panoramic view of the night sky. Here you will experience the true nature of the Arctic winter and still enjoy modern conveniences. For the adventurous minds there is also a possibility to enjoy the night in an igloo made of snow. Imagine sleeping in a temperature below zero, warm and snug in your padded sleeping bag, breathing in crisp, fresh air.
Tour Southern Finland's major cities by train and stay at hotels nestled in a beautiful natural setting near water, providing a taste of the enchanting Finnish landscape at its most typical. The highlight of the tour is a scenic cruise on a blue lake.
M/S AnastasiaPassengers of all nationalities can enjoy St. Petersburg for 72 hours without a Russian visa traveling overnight by a comfortable ferry. See the city & impressive highlights spending two nights at a centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg.
Go at your own pace thru some of the beautiful countryside of Finland.Arrival to Helsinki-Vantaa airport and pick-up your rental car. Drive to Porvoo, which is the second oldest town of Finland. The driving route follows the King’s Road. The road has been used by kings and their couriers, bishops and townsmen, artists and armies ever since the 1300s.drive to the oldest town of Finland and former capital, Turku, located on the shores of river Aura. Td.The driving route to Turku goes along The King’s Road, but with some extra kilometres if you take the deviation to Hanko, and visit Finland’s southernmost point, which is certainly worth doing. Arrival to Turku, which is famous because of its active cultural scene, maritime atmosphere and extensive archipelago region.Continue to Naantali. Naantali could also be called Finland’s official summer holiday city because the Kultaranta estate, the summer residence of the President of Finland is located here. Program ends back in Helsinki.
Finland is called " The Land of the Thousand Lakes" and you have the opportunity in this self-drive tour to enjoy some of the lakes!