The Most Instagrammable Places in Rovaniemi
From urban milieus to pristine landscapes, Rovaniemi treats Instagrammers with unique photogenic spots. Scroll down to see what we suggest to include for your bucket list.
New York -based fashion influencer Leo Chan (@levitatestyle) visited Rovaniemi in May, 2018. You’ll find plenty of Rovaniemi inspiration from his account, but we thought the frame from Arctic TreeHouse Hotel is quite titillating combination of luxury and wilderness.
When traveling, you surely must always have your personal photographer with you – at least @levitatestyle has. Alicia M’s (@aliciammara) capture of Arctic Light Hotel’s Winter Garden is pretty tempting, don’t you think?
Landscape photographer Daniel Kordan is known for his surrealistic photos. He found Arktikum’s garden during the midnight sun.
Today is the longest day in the northern hemisphere. I spend all the night enjoying infinite sunset. It’s crazy to see the beautiful light for several hours in a row, when sun is rolling on horizon. Guess what is this fancy building for? I’ll write the answer in the next post 😉 I’m still in #Rovaniemi with @visitrovaniemi for one more day #Finland #VisitFinland16 #VisitRovaniemi @OurFinland DanielKordan.com
Chicago-based photographer Alina Tsvor captured the same place but from inside.
Last spring’s phenomenon was photos of Kotisaari (“Home Island”) by Rovaniemi-based photographer Jani Ylinampa. Kotisaari is located near the city on river Kemijoki.
Iconic Lumberjack’s Candle Bridge never fails. Alexander Kuznetsov, alias @allaboutlapland , has captured the bridge many times from many angles.
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