igloo hotel helsinki
Kakslauttanen is a family hotel in Finnish Lapland, 250 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle. Although we are far from it all, our place is easy to reach.
Follow the Lights – SOLD OUT! Multicoloured and mysterious, the Aurora Borealis (Aurora Australis in the south) is one of nature’s greatest displays and a unique example of how beautiful science can be.
The world’s coolest hotels may not be built to last, but the memory of staying the night inside one of these amazing ice hotels is something that won’t soon fade away. These magnificent ...
Norway is famous for it's wonderful and majestic fjords, steep sided green forested mountains, crystal clear lakes and stunning waterfalls. The capital Oslo has many fantastic museums showcasing Norwegian history, art and heritage including the Viking Ship Museum, the Folk Museum, the Fram Museum of Polar Exploration, the Kon Tiki Museum, Vigelund Sculpture Park and the Munch Museum.
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with the introduction of the south island line of MTR, getting to ocean park seemed to be much more easier, especially with the "ocean park" station standing right next to the park. alternatively, you may still get on the special bus route at admiralty for an additional scenic tour before heading to the park.
in Finland . At Dooris Travel our passion is to create special and memorable, perhaps once a lifetime tours, events, meetings or visits, in all corners of Finland for groups and families.
Lapland - a land of magic and enchantment, the home to Santa Claus, reindeer, huskies and much more. Spend 5 days learning about huskies and reindeer, meet Santa Claus himself at the Santa Claus village, cross the Arctic Circle and spend the night in a beautiful glass igloo.
View CEBRA projects - Architecture with attitude. TOONS. CEBRA partner Mikkel Frost paints watercolours of some of CEBRA´s projects.
It’s hard to believe we've been quoting Ned Stark for nearly eight years, ever since he uttered the now-catchphrase “Winter is coming” in the debut episode of Game of Thrones. In case you ...