In Inari, one can indulge in the genuine Sami culture and its history.

It is also the prime spot for witnessing the Northern Lights.

The village of Inari is situated by the large, beautiful Lake Inarijärvi and boasts the second largest population in both the municipality and Sami culture. In addition to the many services on offer in Inari, visitors can familiarize themselves with the very roots of genuine Sami culture through a trip to the Sami Museum and Nature Center Siida, for instance, and through learning about the intriguing local handicrafts and the reindeer herding culture.

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Visitors can familiarize themselves with the very roots of genuine Sami culture.
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How to get there?

Inari-Saariselkä is far away in the north and yet just a few hours from southern Finland. You can fly here or make an unforgettable sightseeing tour to this Arctic area by bus or rental car.



By car

Get to know the Inari-Saariselkä region and its magnificent scenery at your leisure. Far away in the North there is no such thing as rushing!

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By train and bus

The train will take you to Rovaniemi, where you will find numerous bus connections to Saariselkä and elsewhere in northern Lapland. Thanks to the well-run public transport you can even get as far as the Arctic Ocean!

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By air

Quickly reach your destination from Helsinki aboard Finnair or fly Norwegian. Charter flights from
UK and other European cities. From the airport there is  regular buss connection to and from each scheduled flight.

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