Hotel Inari

Address: Inarintie 40, Inari, Lapland, 99870, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Inarintie 40, Inari.
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        Lemmenjoki National Park

        A travel blog entry by henke on Jul 18, 2015

        12 photos

        Before leaving to Norway we decided to go on a hike in Lemmenjoki. It is the largest national park in Finland and it centers upon the river with the same name.

        We hiked for almost 20 km on what could be the warmest and sunniest day in northern Finland this year.

        Stopping to drink at a clear and cold ...

        Lake Inari and the midnight sun

        A travel blog entry by henke on Jul 16, 2015

        19 photos

        After a good day of travel along the superb Finnish roads accompanied by stray and huge herds o reindeer we finally arrived at the tiny city of Inari situated on the westernmost shore of lake Inari.

        Lake Inari is the third largest lake in Finland and the ninth largest in Europe. The water is very clear and supposedly this ...

        Last days in Finland

        A travel blog entry by linda.g on Jul 12, 2015

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        Yesterday was spent driving north to Ivalo to drop off the car, then transfer further north to a very small town called Inari which is on the edge of Lake Inarijarvi, the third largest in the country. It is a great place to learn about Sami culture. The Sami are an ethnic group who have inhabited northern Norway, Finland and parts of Russia for about 10,000 years, ...

        Rovaniemi to Lake Inari in Lapland

        A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 18, 2015

        2 comments, 7 photos

        ... the Lampivaara Hill amethyst mine in Luosto - Europe's only active amethyst mine. The mine is a small open cut mine which can only be reached by climbing a number of wooden steps and they only mine enough for the local market. They are not sold overseas. We spent some time with a pick and sieve digging for amethysts and were able to take one if we dug it up. I found a small piece of amethyst to take with me. Stopped for lunch in Sodankylan where we visited ...


        A travel blog entry by kathypender on Jun 15, 2015

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        ... who owned a homestead in Inari lived in the 1800s. Another extraordinary building to visit is the Mirham Hut, a court house that was moved to the premises from the borderland of Inari and Kittilä. The cabin was used for legal proceedings up until 1905. The walls of the cabin are filled with writings that were engraved by the those on trial. It started raining as we looked around the open air museum so we went back inside and had ...