Arriving by plane
The Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (HEL) is well connected to the Helsinki City Centre and the University: bus 615 takes you directly to the Helsinki central railway station in the City Centre. It is a five-minute walk from the bus terminal to the University’s City Centre Campus.
The one way fare on bus 615 is 4.50 euro*. For bus schedules, please see the Helsinki Region Transport website.
The Finnair Airport Bus also offers connection from the airport to the central railway station. The one way fare is 6.20 euro*.
If you decide to take a taxi the cost is around 45-50 euro* from the airport to the City Centre.
Arriving by train, ferry or coach
The central railway station, long-distance coach station in Kamppi and most of the harbours are all close to the City Centre and within walking distance from the City Centre Campus of the University.
Journey Planner website
A great help when you need to figure out how to get from point A to point B in the Helsinki Metropolitan area, e.g. how to get from the railway station where the airport bus stops to your hotel, is the Journey Planner website.
You just type in the address of your starting point (e.g. Railway Station, Helsinki) and the address of your destination and the website will give you the itinerary, including public transportation schedules and walking directions.
Visit the Journey Planner website.
The hotels, conference venue and the Helsinki Central Railway Station are marked on the attached map.
1 – 7 day tickets for public transportation
A day ticket available on a single-charge card is handy if you need to make several journeys during one day or several days. You can choose the number of days for your ticket from 1 to 7 days.
More information is available on the Helsinki Region Transport website.
A short information booklet containing some travel facts and facts about Helsinki is available as a pdf in the EFYE_2013 attachment.
*Price information might change without prior notice.
Page updated 8.3.2013