Where, what and how in Lapland?
Lapland is the size of Portugal but only has about 180,000 people. Destinations range from bustling cities and towns to small villages, including several ski and activity resorts.
Getting here is always easy, whether you fly directly to one of our six airports or come via Helsinki. Our well-maintained roads and highways ensure that even the most remote areas are easy to reach.
Accommodation options include luxury aurora viewing suites and world-class hotels to cozy cottages and holiday resorts.
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Destinations - Where do you want to go?
Southern Lapland has snowy forests twisted into fanciful shapes due to unique weather conditions . Northern Lapland is home to our only true mountains, the gateway to the tundra. Western Lapland is full of wild adventures and distinct cultures. Eastern Lapland is home to epic forests. And that’s just the start. Choose your destination below for more information on the towns, villages and resorts of Finnish Lapland.
In an aurora igloo, you’ll lie in bed, staring up through a glass ceiling at the stars, hoping for that first glimmer of the Northern Lights. Or maybe a full-service hotel downtown is what you’re looking for. Or maybe you just want a hostel room to store your bags while you embark on a week-long hike through a national park. Whatever your bed needs, you’ll find them in Lapland.
Check out our helpful guides on how to get to Lapland, and how to stay safe while traveling.
EVENTS & PRACTICAL INFO
No matter the season, Lapland is full of festivities, from north to south, east to west. We’re talking concerts, film festivals, MTB races, demolition derbies and more. Not only that, we’ve put together some great tips and helpful hints from locals and fellow travelers to make your trip less stressful and more memorable. Check out Lapland events and local tips.
We all care about Earth—after all, it’s the only home we’ve got. Finnish Lapland is one of the most sustainable travel destinations in the world, a combination of Finnish culture that respects and reveres nature and programs, and individuals and organizations dedicated to keeping Lapland green and beautiful. Learn more about our sustainability efforts, and how you can have a great, sustainable holiday in Lapland.