Levi  is one of the largest winter sport resorts in Finland. It is in Kittilä in Finnish Lapland. Levi is very popular place among young people, especially those living in rural areas in Lapland, and has significant nightlife.
Kittilä airport (IATA: KTT, ICAO: EFKT)  is some ten south from Levi. Airport has direct connections to Helsinki by Finnair and (during season) Blue1 and to Riga by Air Baltic. Busses coming from south travel via airport to Levi. You may also use taxi.
Overnight trains operate from Helsinki and Turku to Rovaniemi and Kolari (getting from Turku to Kolari require change in Tampere). From these you have to take bus. Trip takes 2:30 hours from Rovaniemi and 1:15 hours from Kolari.
Busses operate from Helsinki to Levi requiring change in Rovaniemi. Trip takes over 16 hours!
Levi has internal bus traffic. In the Levi center you may easily walk or ski around. For longer trips to the forests, hire a . a driving licence is not required it's illegal to drive snowmobile if you're under 15 years old or drunk.
A lot to see and to do like snowmobile safaries, husky safaries, reindeer rides.
Winter sports. There are 230 kilometers of skiing tracks and 886 kilometers of snowmobile routes. For downhill skiing Levi has 45 pistes longest piste being 2500 meters long and maximum vertical drop is over 300 meters. Piste information is available at Levi.fi . Most of the tour operators have summer activities available too. Fintravel Levi' (Tour operator), Leviraitti 2, ☎ +358 403 447 755 ([email protected], fax: +358 403 447 771), .
Hotel Levitunturi  has a spa.
Local restaurants offer good variety of local delicacies. Especially worth of trying are reindeer (poro) in all its forms, willow grouse (riekko) and several fishes such as salmon (lohi) arctic char (nieriä) and common whitefish (siika). These are usually fried or smoked and eaten with mashed potatoes.
In addition to local specialities also , pizzas and kebabs are available.
Being one of the largest resorts in Finland one could think there will be no problem to get bed in Levi. However, during the holiday season it may appear surprisingly difficult to find one! Most popular times are around christmas and New Year, Easter and Finnish winter holiday held during three weeks period in March. Right after the New Year, when local people get back to work, skiing resorts get crowded with Russian tourists. There are (incredible) 20,000 beds available making Levi actually one of the largest human concentrations in Lapland. Accommodation alternatives vary from camping to luxurious cottages and spa hotel.
Hotelli Hullu Poro  tel. +358 (16) 6510 100
Hotelli K5 Levi  Kätkänrannantie 2 99130 Sirkka tel. +358 (16) 639 1100