The Village of Suvanto is perhaps the most famous village in Lapland. Its architecture and atmosphere with an amazing landscape are great experiences year round.
Suvanto survived the World War II untouched, which is unusual for Lapland. The village has been preserved as close to the original state of the 1800 and 1900's as possible and used to be a UNESCO World Heritage site. In 1991 Suvanto earned the Europa Nostra award for the efforts in preserving the culture and architecture of the area.
During the excursion one also gets to visit an old flour mill and learn why the Lappish year has eight seasons instead of the usual four, and hear about the history of the latest ice age and what life along the riverside villages has been like.
3 hours, including travel times
Groups minimum of 30 persons 10€ / person
For smaller groups, please contact us for an offer