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Henrik Ibsen in Henrik Ibsens Street

The Henrik Ibsen Museum was founded by Knut Wigert in 1990 and has now been owned by the Norwegian Folkemuseum since 1993. Here you have the possible to visit the appartement Henrik Ibsen lived in his last 11 years. The museum arranges tours of the apartment with original artwork and furniture – giving you insight about his […]

Miki Travel Tour Desk OPEN!!!

Miki Travel Tour Desk OPEN!!!

  Welcome to Saariselka Aurora season has already started!! Miki Travel has opened a tour desk with a resident staff in Santa’s Hotel TUNTURI from Dec. 1, 2015 to Mar. 31, 2016. We help you to join our northern lights tour “Auro-liner SAARIE” or other safari activities. Please feel free to visit our help desk!

NO / Toboggan run in Oslo

NO / Toboggan run in Oslo

If you want to speed up your visit in Oslo during the winter, a fun way is to take the Korketrekkeren in Oslo. Korketrekkeren is 2000 meter long, and the elevation drop is 255 meters. One non-stop ride takes 8-10 minutes and when you have reached the bottom it’s easy to take the metro right back […]

Helsinki – The Christmas City

Helsinki – The Christmas City

Santa Clause is coming to town!! While the elves are busy preparing for Christmas, Santa is taking a break from his busy Lapland workshop to visit the official opening of Aleksanterinkatu Street on Sunday 22 November 2015, a tradition that is more than half a century old!! Santa Claus together with Major of Helsinki will arrive at […]

Welcome to Santa Claus Village

Santa Claus Office, where you can visit Santa Claus every day! Santa Claus Office is located in Santa Claus Village, Lapland Rovaniemi, Finland. The office is open every day throughout the year and you can meet Santa at his office. Santa Claus Office was established in 1992 and has received millions of children and grown-ups […]

Borgund Stavechurch

Stave churches are medieval wooden  Christian buildings once very common in North-West Europe.They are known for having a post and lintel construction, timber framing where the load-bearing posts are called stav in modern Norwegian. Borgund Stave Church located in the municipality of Lærdal in Sogn og Fjordane and is the best preserved Stave Church in Norway. […]