Reasons Why You Should Spend Christmas In The Arctic Circle!

Breathtaking scenery is what we promise as you scroll down this article.

The magical Arctic Circle has always been a major part of our dreams as children, and has inspired countless writers, artists and photographers through time.

Tromso, Lapland, Stockholm and more make the arctic circle a place of childhood dreams and magnificence.

Tromso Tourism
Tromso – Norway

1- Tromso

Tromsø is ideal for seeing the northern lights and has a modern mix of outdoor activities, a vibrant nightlife, and places to eat local food.

In this modern city in the Arctic, nature and culture go hand in hand. Tromsø has many activities on offer, from an aquarium and several quality museums to the world’s northernmost botanical garden. The city is also a popular place to observe the majestic phenomenon of the northern light.

2- Lapland

Talk about the most magical place on the planet! Lapland is where Santa’s village and workshop are. If you still believe in Santa and would like to take part in a Christmas unlike any other, Lapland is the place to be!

 

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3- Bergen

Bergen is Norway’s second largest city, and lies clambering up the mountain sides, overlooking the sea, embracing you. You can roam through living history in this modern city, before continuing on to explore the wildest and loveliest fjords of Norway.

On a Norwegian scale, Bergen is a large city, but one with a small-town charm and atmosphere. Its passionately patriotic inhabitants are proud of their many-sided city and its history and cultural traditions. Many are only happy to direct visitors to their favorite local attraction, coffee-shop or restaurant.

North Cape

4- The North Cape

Far above the Arctic Circle, the North Cape offers arctic adventures like dog sledding in the winter and months of never-ending sunlight in the summer.

Imagine a place in the far north, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Arctic Ocean and their frigid waters mix. That place is Nordkapp – the North Cape – in Western Finnmark, Northern Norway. Here, the only dry land between you and the North Pole is the Svalbard archipelago, and the summer sun doesn’t set between the middle of May and the end of July. Many visitors enjoy watching the midnight sun or the sunset over the Barents Sea from the North Cape Plateau.