More than once, I was in Sweden on the mid-summer night. Once in Luleo which I believe touches the Arctic Circle. It was fun to watch folks playing soccer in shorts at 12 midnight, in sunlight, of course.
But then I also ice-fished regularly on the Minnesota/Canada border, north of International Falls, the city with the claim of recording the lowest temperature in the continental U.S., that is excluding Alaska. Besides the Walleyes, the best fish that I have ever tasted was the large sign on the bank of the frozen lake "DANGER: Please take your seatbelts off" (!!). There is zero chance of colliding with another vehicle when driving on the lake, but nonzero chance of your car falling into the lake through sometimes thinned ice because of the water flow of a river beneath the icy surface. If you do go down, you do not want your seat belt get into the way of the rescue workers trying to pull you out before you are frozen