From mid-September to late March, visitors can see the auroras all over Rovaniemi (photo), Lapland, Finland. Rovaniemi serves as the gateway town to nearby national parks, where rows of icy snow can be seen in winter. Photo: Civitatis.
Meanwhile, the town of Kiruna in Sweden’s northernmost is the gateway to areas such as the Ice Hotel, the mountain Abisko National Park. All are places to admire the aurora, from mid September to the end of March.
Greenland Island is the right place to enjoy the auroras beauty from mid-August to late April. It has the Qaleraliq Glacier (photo) and small icebergs in the middle of summer. Photo: Visit Greenland.
The Southern Hemisphere has fewer aurora viewing spots than the Northern Hemisphere, in which Tasmania (pictured) in Australia and New Zealand are two places where auroras can be seen on the southern horizon due to its proximity to Antarctica. Photo: Yuichi Takasaka.
According to National Geographic