In Rovaniemi , there is are a few buildings which are emblematic of Aalto: the Town Hall, the theater, and library, all of which are located in the same area. The perspective, the fan-shaped library and the the tower for its height and shape that comprises vertical accent.
This is a must see site. The three buildings were designed by Alvar Aalto. There is the auditorium, a library in the shape of fan-shaped plant and the town hall of Rovaniemi. This is a place that you cannot miss.
Spending a week in this wonderful part of the world is great because very few people have done it. So in my opinion I didn't know I was there until I was actually there. They say it's in the middle of nowhere because if you enjoy this great adventure in the woods you'll enjoy its wildlife and beautiful landscapes. As you can see, it's the opposite of a city or town. There's no pollution, no noise whatsoever. There are only animals enjoying their natural environment. An unforgettable experience which I would love to repeat a million times.
After being in Santa Claus' house (Joulupukin Pajakylän osuuskunta) with the line that marks the Arctic Circle (66 ° 33 '45'' North), we began to descend toward Ranua Zoo, known for a family of polar bears. We stopped at a service area, which invites you to walk over a large bridge spanning the Raudanjoki river. It's worth getting lost along this little trek, enjoying the scenery, and climbing to a viewpoint halfway to marvel at the beauty of Finland. If you go, don't forget to sign the books along the road.
An interesting and must-see visit if you're going to go be passing through Rovaniemi. You can learn a lot about Arctic culture and see and understand the amount of natural phenomena that occur in this region, such as kaamos, which is a phenomenon when the sun does not come out all day. You can also see the Aurora Borealis, typical costumes, animals, customs, etc. In short, it's well worth a visit, but don't expect it to be the best of museums. It's nice on the outside, too. Admission is € 8