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The house of Santa Claus was put up for free for tourists on Airbnb

The legendary house of Santa Claus in Lapland has opened on the short-term rental platform Airbnb. Tourists can book it free of charge. The Mirror reported this New Year’s news.

Santa’s official post office in Rovaniemi Finland receives more than 30,000 letters daily from children and adults who want to share their holiday wishes. In 2023, everyone can become a part of this festive atmosphere by staying in Santa Claus’s house free of charge.

“The elves worked around the clock to create a winter wonderland in Santa’s house. We invite families on a unique journey to the very heart of Christmas,” said an Airbnb employee.

For three nights, from December 18 to 21, 2023, guests will not only be able to spend the night in the lodge but also take part in elf activities – sorting letters, stamping mail, seeing the northern lights, and even a traditional Finnish sauna. So the company wants to attract “beginner elves” – those who want to roll up their sleeves and work, plunge into the routine of sorting letters, and immediately feel the joy of a holiday beyond the Arctic Circle.

Reservations open December 11th at noon ET at airbnb.com/santa. Accommodation is suitable for two adults and two children and includes breakfast and dinner.

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