The Midnight Sun – a unique phenomenon best experienced in Finnish Lapland.
After a long and dark winter, the light-filled summer is greeted with a newly found joie de vivre all around Finland. In Lapland, the Midnight Sun makes up for the light deprived by the Polar Night during the winter.
At the Arctic Circle, where Lapland’s capital Rovaniemi lies, the Midnight Sun graces the horizon from early June until early July. In Nuorgam, Finland’s northernmost tip, the sun stays up for more than 70 days, in other words all summer.