Torassieppi is over 150 years old village with old buildings from 19th century. This village did not burn during the World War II and it was chosen to nationally valued tradition Village in 1993.Lapland Manor has stayed in one family from year 1847. Reindeer husbandry has been there over one hundred years as a main occupation. A long time ago...more
The church of Muonio was built in 1817 and in 1822 it was taken in use. It is designed by an architech charless Bass. The bell tower was built in 1889. This old wooden church is so called half cruciform church and there are 600 seats. As an altarpiece there is a painting Jesus In The Middle of People, painted by Anton Lindfors. Background of this...more
Jerisjarventie 91, Muonio, 99300, Finland
Good for: Solo
Pallastunturintie 560, Pallas, Muonio, 99330, Finland
Good for: Couples
Olostunturi, Muonio, 99300, FI
Good for: Business
Kammari serves everything from hampurgers and pizzas to fish and reindeer. The athmosphere is nice and relaxed. I was aquinted to this by a local and they know the best!Kammari was founded in 1995 and it has 100 seats. The menu is in Finnish, English, German, Swedish and Japanese. Open from 14 to 24 daily. Kitchen open until 23. Who goes to...more
45 Reviews and Opinions
The hotel Pallas has a history common in Lapland. It used to be a really nice, functionalism-era, hotel which was demolished at the end of 2nd world-war by retreating german troops. In the figure, you can see what it looked like before the war.
Pallas is propably one of the oldest downhill skiing centres in Finland. It is located by the Pallas hotel (see my another tip about its' history). What really surprised me was that the slopes were surprisingly good, especially compared to the price of the tickets. (see my downhil-skiing tip ! Not necessary more than one day but definitely worth visiting only because of the sceneries. They were splendid.
Equipment: see my downhil-skiing tip !