You can now go to Lapland for € 10! But there is one caveat

The Finnish virtual reality studio Zoan launches virtual flights to Lapland. The funds received will be transferred to support the UN Children’s Fund – UNICEF.

From December 25, 2020, Finnair (the official airline of Santa Claus) will operate 8 “flights” to visit Joulupukki, as the Finns call Santa. Thus, now you can visit the capital of Lapland, the city of Rovaniemi, without getting up from the couch.

The duration of such a “flight” – 30 minutes, cost – € 10

The airline will transfer the funds received to support the UN Children’s Fund – UNICEF to fight COVID-19 and minimize the impact of the pandemic on children around the world.

You can go on such a “flight” from mobile phones, laptops and computers. It is recommended to use a VR headset for a more complete experience in a comfortable business class.

The CFTS writes about this with reference to UkSATSE.

Let us also remind that the Embassy of Ukraine in Japan announced the start of sales of Ukrainian dishes in supermarkets and restaurants.

You can find out where you can fly now and what travel restrictions are in effect in our new section “Restrictions”. There you can also subscribe to notifications about changes in the regime of entry to the country of interest or in all directions.

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