Everyone knows Santa – the one and only – comes from Finland. What some people don’t know, however, is that it is possible to meet him in person all year round. Santa’s official office, situated on the mysterious Arctic Circle, is open to each and everyone. Santa may only visit your home once a year, but he welcomes everybody to visit him during the rest of the year. Don’t pass up the invitation. Christmas is time of good deeds. Finns often put out oats or seeds for little birds to help them survive the cold winter.
The magic of Christmas is undeniable. It’s a time of goodwill and spending time with your family and friends. Santa also enjoys the simple Yuletide pleasures, such as eating tasty ginger bread biscuits freshly baked by Mrs. Claus. Santa and Rudolph are an inseparable team, keeping one another company as they travel over rugged fells and through freshly fallen snow.
It’s essential for Santa’s reindeer to stock up on energy before Christmas Eve, and lichen works wonders. A visit to Santa’s office could end with you stroking the fur of a real reindeer – just be sure to keep an eye open for the one with a red nose. Santa Claus’s post office has received letters from 199 countries and he receives hundreds of thousands every year.