Compared to the Nordic countries that are believed to be Santa’s origin, Finland seems to be the most popular. As a country famous for winter and snow tourism, with specialties such as salmon and reindeer meat, Santa Claus is also a symbol of Finnish tourism culture. It is thought that Santa Claus resides in Lapland, northern Finland. The city of Rovaniemi, the capital of Lapland, is considered the capital of Santa Claus.
The famous Santa Claus village in Rovaniemi, located on the arctic belt is where he lives and works all year round. The village has many attractions such as Santa’s office, dwarf residence, Santa post office, Christmas bakery … All activities in the village are very exciting and welcoming hundreds of thousands of tourists. visit every Christmas. In addition, the media company JoulupukkiTV (Joulupukki in Finnish means “Santa Claus”) in Rovaniemi has a website that publishes DVDs and DVD cards about Santa, the World Christmas Festival.