E14 FCJ Maps & Places

Places

Forum – 20-21/10/2017

Finlandia Hall
Mannerheimintie 13 e, 00100 Helsinki

Reception – 20/10/2017, 20:00

Valkoinen Sali
Aleksanterinkatu 16 / Katariinankatu 3, 00170 Helsinki

How to Get To Helsinki

Many companies fly to Helsinki-Vantaa's international airport. The airport is located a few kilomters North of the city centre. The easiest way to reach the centre remains the train connection.

> By Train
The train station is located on the arrivals floor, between terminals 1 and 2. Travel time from HEL airport railway station to Helsinki Central Station is about 30 minutes. There are 2 lines of train stopping at the airport, both running to Helsinki Central Station. Ticket machines are located right before getting down to the train station as well as directly on the platforms. One ticket costs approx. €5.50.
More information on the HSL website.

> By Taxi
The journey costs about €50 and lasts about 30 minutes. The taxi ranks are outside Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 and accept to pay with cash and common credit cards.

 

How to Get Around Helsinki

Helsinki is not a very large city and many journeys can be done on foot. The public transportation network –managed by HSL– is nevertheless very developed and quite useful. Although there are metro lines, the bus and trams remain the most convenient ways to travel.
With a single ticket you can hop aboard trams, busses, the metro and even the ferry to Suomenlinna. Their validity starts from the purchase and lasts 1h. They can be purchased from the driver or from ticket machines.
Daytickets are available for unlimited use on public transportation for 1-7 days. They can be purchased from ticket machines, from the Tourist Information or from the Helsinki City Transport service point in the Central Railway Station.
More information on the HSL website.

Organized by Europan Europe and Europan Suomi-Finland and with the participation of the other national secretariats
In partnership with the City of Helsinki

      

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