You'll fall in love with this amazing log cabin located in Ruka, Finland close to Kuusamo, Vuosseli (East Ruka), Ruka village (West Ruka, Ruka square), and Vuosselinjarvi Lake. The Kelo-log cottage/villa was built-in 2010 and offers a master bedroom, a double-sized bed and sofa bed for 2, another bedroom with 2 beds, a loft with a sofabed for 2. All of the bedrooms are upstairs. The log cabin has a kitchen, living room, tv room, electric sauna, carport, and lockable ski storage. The Kelo-log cottage/villa is in East Ruka, 3 miles to the slopes. There is a snow scooter track, and the Vuosseli ski trail close by. The log cabin has 3 toilets, 2 showers, and a tv room. There is underfloor heating. The cabin building has an internet connection.
Kuusamo is a town and municipality in Finland. It is located in the Northern Ostrobothnia region. It is a major center for winter sports and receives approximately a million tourists every year. One of the largest ski resorts in Finland, Ruka, is situated in Kuusamo. Ruka is also the host of many international competitions such as ski jumping, cross-country skiing, and Nordic combined. The 2005 World Championships of Freestyle Skiing was held in Kuusamo. The Kuusamo Airport is located 4 miles northeast of the Kuusamo town center.
Finland is visited less than other countries in northern Europe and as a result, it still has an other-worldly quality to it. When people think of Finland they usually think of majestic forests and stunning natural landscapes all of which you will find here, but if you prefer an urban experience then you can still spend time in charming cities such as Helsinki and Turku. One of the main reasons that people travel to Finland is to take in all its winter activities, whether it be visiting Father Christmas at SantaPark or riding with reindeer in Lapland. If you like skiing then you will love the range of ski resorts that are dotted around the country, and in the summer months, you can enjoy warmer weather that is perfect for activities such as hiking and biking. Of course, the most famous of all Finland’s attractions are the stunning Northern Lights, which most people consider the highlight of a trip to this part of the world.
One of the most popular things to do in Finland (especially if you travel with children, is to visit Mr. and Mrs. Claus at Santa Park, Santa Claus Village. If you don’t want to go all the way to the North Pole then you can visit Rovaniemi in the north of Finland. Here you will find Christmas delights such as an Elf School and you can even meet Santa and Mrs. Claus who will teach you how to make gingerbread treats. There is a Calligraphy School where you can pen a letter to Santa and a Post Office where the elves will show you all the mail they receive over the year. The main highlight is to cross the Arctic Circle via an underground tunnel. If you are traveling with children then make sure not to miss this Winter Wonderland experience in Finland.
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