If you love winters and enjoy snowfall, if low temp can’t let you down and you want to see the magic of ice sculpture, then Kiruna Snow Festival will be the right place for you. There is a couple of engagement for everyone.
Have you seen the magic of frozen in reality? May be not, but you can experience the same ice magic in the Kiruna during festival time. Hundreds of ice sculptor artiest turns entire place into a frozen city, they make amazing ice sculpture looks so abstract, realistic and beautiful based on some of the themes like wild life, sea creatures, building structure etc.
Creative ice artists there try to make amazing sculpture with crystal clear ice. Even you can find there complete hotels and bars made up of ice and there you will be served drinks in the glasses made up of ice. Being in snow festival is just like as dreams come true even some time more than the imaginations. As per the past spectator Jon Martin: I feel lucky I got chance to see entire palace made with ice seems prettier than any other palace ever I have seen in my whole life.
In the upcoming year of 2015 Kiruna Snow Festival is will be held from January 21st to 25th. There is a great chance for you to enjoy dog sledding, ski competitions, snowmobile concourses, reindeers sled and many more activities.
Kiruna Travel Attraction:
Jukkasjarvi ICEHOTEL Sweden
Jukkasjarvi ICEHOTEL Sweden counted as one of the largest ice hotel. It is about 10.5 miles from Kiruna, Sweden. This hotel is built each year and opens for visitors between December to April since 1990. There are up to 80 rooms and suites available for visitors during season. Hotel mesmerize visitors with its unique theme. This hotel is built completely with ice blocks, including the chairs and beds, ice block taken from nearby Torne River.
Kiirunavaara worlds largest underground mine
Kiirunavaara Mine in Kiruna, Sweden found as one of the richest source of Iron entire world and popular as world’s largest underground mine. There you can travel with guide and experience 540 meters down from surface of earth. The mining museum tells wide history of the mine.