Home to the Sami Siida museum, this small village is the centre of Sami culture.
Inari is a small village in the high north of Finland. Its major sources of income are lumber industry, nature maintenance and tourism. With the museum Sami Siida in the village of Inari, it is also the centre of Sami culture in this region.
Close to Ivalo, this area attracts travellers looking for Europe's well-preserved and uncrowded outdoor areas. The closest airport is in Ivalo and the country's key north-south European Route E75 (Finland's National Road 4) cuts through the centre of town.
24 hours Midnight Sun during summer and Northern Lights during winter, Inari is a terrific place to visit.