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Finland is located eastern part of Scandinavia, in the most northern part of Europe with a population of more than five and a half million. Finland has arguably the most well-preserved natural parks in the world as well as many top-tier winter resorts that are intertwined with green all around. Buy your cheap flight ticket to Finland now and be prepared to enjoy plain yet overwhelmingly beautiful sceneries of Finland.

A direct flight to Helsinki-Vantaa Airport from İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) will start your journey in Finland from Turkey. The extensive public transportation network in Finland makes it easy to discover even the remotest areas in the country. Most people in Finland prefer public transport for a comfortable and fast journey.

Transportation to/from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport

Local I and P trains are the fastest option to travel from Helsinki city centre to Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. The passengers who want to reach the city centre must buy ABC tickets which can be found here. Another option to travel from the airport to Helsinki city centre is to take the buses that operate on this route. In addition to Helsinki city centre, it is possible to reach Turku, Tampere, and other regions by using the buses that depart from the airport. Travellers can take the bus line 615 to reach the Helsinki city centre. Also, it is possible to find taxis at the exit of the arrival terminal, which is a comfortable way to travel to different districts in Helsinki.

Public Transport in Finland

The railways in Finland cover almost the entire country to provide high accessibility to passengers in different areas. The inner-city trains connect the suburban parts of the Finnish cities with city centres. The public transportation system in Helsinki is called HSL, divided into four zones called A, B, C, and D. Each zone has a different price range, and passengers must have an adequate ticket to travel to these zones.

Tram is another mode of transport in Helsinki that provides access to main tourist attractions as well as urban areas. The Helsinki metro connects Espoo (M1 Matinkylä/M2 Tapiola) and East Helsinki (M1 Vuosaari/M2 Mellunmäki) to the city centre. The tickets for these modes of transportation in Helsinki can be bought from ticket machines and R kiosks in the city.

In addition to these options, there are water taxis specific to Helsinki, which provide fast transportation.

Is there a special travel card for tourists in Finland?

There is a special travel card for tourists in Finland called the Helsinki Card. This travel card is valid in Helsinki, and tourists who want to visit the city for a short time can benefit from this card. More information about where to buy the Helsinki Card and the prices of the card can be found here.

Transportation Between Cities in Finland

The cities in Finland are connected with railways, making transportation faster and more comfortable. With railroads, Helsinki is connected to other major cities in Finland, such as Turku, Lahti, Oulu, and Espoo. In addition to trains, passengers can use intercity buses to travel to Finnish cities as well as smaller towns and villages.

Finland attracts a growing number of international tourists every year and offers a wide range of accommodation options to its visitors ranging from luxury hotels to affordable backpacker hostels, especially in its capital and most influential city Helsinki.

If you are in Helsinki for the first time and planning to explore its must-visit attractions thoroughly, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels located around the “Kamppi” neighborhood. In the neighborhood, you will be staying a walking distance away from some Helsinki’s popular attractions such as Kamppi Chapel or Ateneum and engage with the everyday life of colorful Helsinki.

If you are visiting Finland to enjoy its beautiful archipelagos and Baltic Sea sceneries you can stay in hotels located in the Naantali district, 14 kilometers west of Turku. The district has many great hotels that offer spectacular natural sceneries as well as top-notch Fin saunas.

We would love to help you organize your trip to Finland and you can book a hotel easily through our website.

Things to Do in Finland

There are few countries in the world like Finland. The country is home to countless natural parks, striking historical landmarks, and colorful cultural atmosphere that are ready to amaze every traveler. We listed some of these things you can do in Finland below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Finland Travel Guide.

  • Explore Senate Square: Senate Square is probably the best place to start your Helsinki trip since the square is closely located to Helsinki’s most popular attractions such as Helsinki Cathedral or the Government Palace and is an amazing sight to explore on its own. The square and its surrounding buildings exhibit fascinating examples of neoclassical architecture with many local restaurants, cafés, and shops you can enjoy.
  • Visit Iconic Helsinki Cathedral: Helsinki Cathedral is the iconic symbol of the city and was built to honor Russian Tsar Nicholas I in the mid-19th The cathedral has a distinctive architectural style that attracts millions of visitors every year.
  • Marvel at Temppeliaukio Church: There are many unconventional landmarks in Helsinki and Temppeliaukio Church is surely one of them. The church is one of the most beautifully designed places to visit in Helsinki with superior architecture.
  • Discover Market Square: Market Square is the most famous market in Helsinki that should be on your must-visit list. There are many local vendors in Market Square that sell various handicrafts, household items, sweet treats, fresh goods, and authentic Finland souvenirs.
  • Enjoy Suomenlinna’s Sceneries: Suomenlinna is a UNESCO World Heritage listed sea fortress that is situated on one of the many islands in Helsinki. The fortress was built in 1748 by Sweden as a maritime base, and then captured by Russia in 1808, and ultimately by independent Finland in 1917. Today, Suomenlinna is one of the most interesting places in Helsinki to visit and is easily accessible by ferries leave from the Market Square all year long.
  • Walk at Kaisaniemi Botanic Garden: Kaisaniemi Botanic Garden is a spectacular attraction to visit in Helsinki that offers a unique experience in every season of the year. The garden is home to the world’s biggest seed as well as an amazing orchid collection.

You can visit our detailed Helsinki Travel Guide to learn more about Helsinki and its impressive attractions.

We use Helsinki Airport for our flights in Finland. 

Helsinki Airport

Helsinki Airport (HEL) is located 20 kilometers away from the city center. You can get to the city center from Helsinki Airport with public bus, train, taxi, and rental car. There are many public bus lines available in Helsinki Airport both day and night with varying routes. Public bus line 415 has the fastest route to Helsinki city center and the trip approximately takes 40 minutes.

We listed some useful side notes about Finland for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Finland

  • Finnish and Swedish are the official languages in Finland. Swedish is widely spoken in some coastal areas in Finland down to south around Helsinki, Turku, and Vaasa to the west.
  • Most locals in Finland can speak and understand English well.
  • Finland is a part of the European Union and uses the euro as currency.
  • It is possible to pay with your credit or debit card in almost any shop in Finland.
  • Finland is an expensive country to visit with higher accommodation, food, and sightseeing expenses in comparison to other popular European destinations.
  • Most stores in Finland charge their customers for plastic bags to encourage recycling and reduce waste.
  • While packing for your Finland trip, keep in mind that Finland is one of the coldest countries to be in during winters.
  • Finland is one of the safest countries in the world with very low petty and violent crime rates.
  • Finland has a well-connected and convenient public transport system and it is recommended for you to obtain a travelers’ card to enjoy its attractions thoroughly with reduced transportation costs.
  • Finland is the most coffee consuming country in the world so expect to have many coffee parties with the locals in various amazing cafés.
  • Tap water is drinkable in Finland since it is clean and fresh.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +358

Helsinki Airport Number: +358 200 14636

Official Tourism Information Number for Helsinki: +358 9 3101 3300

Emergency Number: 112


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