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Kemi Tornio Airport

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Mo-Sa 0800-0200
Su 1000-2400
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Lentokentantie 75, 94500

Telephone: +358 20 555 2840

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Hertz at Kemi Tornio Airport

Kemi is a town and municipality of Finland which is situated close to the city of Tornio. The town is very well known as being the location of the world's biggest snow castle which is built every year in a different design. The snow castle can usually be found at the inner harbour. Hiring a car from Kemi Tornio Airport lets you freely explore the town of Kemi which is just less than three miles south of the airport.

Rent a car from Kemi Tornio Airport and spend a day at the Kemi Gemstone Gallery. The gallery houses an impressive collection of 3000 gemstones which have come from all over the globe; it is considered to be one of the greatest collections in the world. Why not visit the Sampo Icebreaker which is stationed at Kemi? Take a cruise on this huge vessel which is responsible for ploughing through frozen seas. There is nothing like the sound of 3,500 tonnes of steel crushing through the ice. Take a guided tour of the ship or with the help of an expert guide, swim in the frozen sea wearing a waterproof suit.