TUI introduces biggest Lapland programme yet

Flights depart from Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, London Gatwick and Newcastle throughout the Christmas period.

TUI introduces biggest Lapland programme yet

Flights depart from Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, London Gatwick and Newcastle throughout the Christmas period.

Agents can now book TUI’s Lapland winter 2022/23 programme from six regional airports.

Flights depart from Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, London Gatwick and Newcastle throughout the Christmas period.

The festive itinerary starts with a visit to Kittilas Snow Village, home to an ice hotel, sculptures and an ice bar, followed by a sleigh ride, snowmobile ride and an education in Lappish culture. All guests will meet Santa himself in his grotto before enjoying some free time to play in the snow.

Guests overnight in hotels including Hotel Snow Princess and Winter Wonderland Hotel and Log Cabins, which are two of TUI’s nine snow clubs hosting day and evening entertainment and Christmas panto provided by TUI staff.

A Search for Santa Day Trip to Lapland is priced from £674pp and includes return flights departing from Birmingham Airport on December 2 2022 to Kittila, Arctic storytelling, snowmobiling, a trip to the snow village and a reindeer sleigh ride.

TUI also offers three-night holidays in Rovaniemi, Lapland, staying at the 3T Santasport Hotel. Prices start from £865pp based on two adults sharing a twin room, with flights departing from  Bristol airport on December 10 2022.

TUI UK’s Commercial and Business Development Director Richard Sofer, said: “To be sending more people away than ever on an unforgettable trip this winter brings us such joy. Lapland has always been an important destination for us, and even more so because we know the memories made on a trip like this last a lifetime.

“Families plan all year for their magical trips to Lapland with dreams of meeting Santa, husky sleighing and feeding the reindeer. We make sure their dreams are a reality and our Christmas elves, as ever, are on hand to help make sure they experience the magical wonders of Lapland.”

tui.co.uk

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