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Three killed in ski resort cabin fire

Three people have been killed in an overnight fire at Levi ski resort in Lapland. Rescue crews got called around 04:00 on Friday morning to...

Is Lapland a real place? 33% of British people don’t think...

It seems that quite a few people in Britain weren't paying attention in geography class. A new survey of 2000 adults by travel company TUI...

Border Guard raises concerns about Brexit impact on Lapland operations

A senior official in Finland's Border Guard has spoken out about his concerns over Britain's departure from the European Union, and how it will...

Domestic travel drives Finland’s summer tourism surge

Finland's summer tourist industry is being driven by demand for domestic travel. It's due in part to efforts from regions around the country to promote...

‘Climate Change Tourism’ Takes More Seasonal Workers From Finland To Greenland

Two hundred kilometres inland from the North Atlantic coast of Greenland - on the opposite side of the Davis Strait to Canada's northernmost territory...

Lappeenranta’s Bid For World Cup Business Stalls

The 2018 World Cup kicks off in Russia today, and with two million tickets sold, hundreds of thousands of fans from all round the...

Summer Holiday Shift Could Boost Tourism Money

What do you think about your children starting and ending their school summer holidays two weeks later? A new government-backed report says it could be...

WEEKEND: From Holy Land To Lapland – Finland’s Surprising Seasonal Visitors

A surprising number of winter visitors from Israel are making a big impact on the local economy of Rovaniemi, as thousands come each year...

Selling Christmas In Finland – Without Santa

At this time of year, it's not too difficult to attract tourists to Lapland. The combination of snowy winter weather, the possibility to glimpse...

The Ice Dragon Cometh: China’s Arctic Ambitions

Chinese companies are investing billions of euros in Lapland projects. There's plans for a railway linking the north of Finland with Asia routes. They're...