Levi Town Centre
The great diversity of ski slopes meets the requirements of skiers of all levels, and families with children of all ages are well catered for. In addition to skiing, Levi offers numerous other winter activities: snowmobiling, husky and reindeer safaris and snowshoe hiking, to name a few. Levi's 29 restaurants range from traditional Lappish cuisine to international gourmet restaurants.
Levi is famous in Finland for its after-ski activities, and evening entertainment is first class, with top Finnish rock, pop and tango artists performing nightly. Kittilä Airport is only 15 minutes from the resort.
Äkäslompolo village is located on the northern side of the the Ylläs fell and Ylläsjärvi village on the southern side. Ylläs has a skiing tradition dating back to 1930’s. The first ski fans were making their way here even before the area was served by a road. The Pallas-Ylläs National Park provides unforgettable experiences all year round.
Rovaniemi Candle Bridge
Rovaniemi is unlike other Lapland resorts. While the rest of Lapland enjoys a slower pace of life, Rovaniemi is a lively metropolis that never sleeps. The compact city center has everyting packed around a few main streets. Here shopping malls are home to big department stores and fashion boutiques. Smart restaurants serve traditional Lappish fare, French cuisine,and pizza. But throught out the city are reminders that your are in Lapland - bright Christmas trees and amazing ice sculptures.
Just five minures outside the city and you are in a dramatic wintery wonderland that stretches out in all directions.
Rovaniemi is also home to the reknowned Santa Parks with Santa' Post Office, Elves Workshop and much more.
The only Christian religion present in Lapland is Lutheran. A Christian wedding is possible but you have to provide your Certificate of Baptism.
The price of your wedding package will be added to your holiday.