The capital of Finland, Helsinki, will enchant you with its beautiful watery landscape and rich historical heritage. In the recent years, Helsinki has become known as a city with an electrifying design scene.
Those who want to spend their vacations in Europe, this wonderful city has superb attractions to see, such as: The Suomenlinna Fortress, Senate Square (Senaatintori), Parliament House (Eduskuntatalo), Esplanadi Park, Hakaniemi Market Square, Helsinki Cathedral (Helsingin Tuoiokirkko), The Rock Church and many, many more.
Helsinki city and its surrounding area have an integrated public transport system. Public transport services are available in Helsinki, Kauniainen, Espoo, Kerava, Vantaa, and Kirkkonummi, and you can use the same ticket in this areas. The Helsinki transportation system includes the metro, buses, commuter trains, trams, and ferry to the island Suomenlinna.
The Helsinki metro is a fast way to get around the city and it is widely used. The trams are a unique Helsinki experience and are especially useful to get to the Helsinki city centre. Buses are the most inexpensive way to explore the city or visit the neighboring towns of Vantaa and Espoo. Local trains leave from the Central Railway Station and you can check the map for the routes, as well as, the timetable.
The Helsinki taxi service is a reliable and fast way to get to your destination. The service is charged by the meter and it’s best to take a taxi at the designated taxi ranks located in different locations in the city. Another option is to call a local Helsinki taxi.
Helsinki airport is located in the city of Vantaa, around 17 km north of Helsinki city centre. It’s the fourth busiest airport in the Nordic countries and the main gateway for arriving in Finland.
Helsinki airport transfer options
The train service from Helsinki airport to city centre is available since 2015. The entrance to the train station is located in the corridor between the two terminals. The trains I and P are a fast way to get from the airport to the Central Railway Station, from where you can take the metro. Bus service from Helsinki airport is available 24 hrs with day and night lines. The bus stops are located in front of the terminals.
Helsinki airport taxi stands are located outside the arrivals hall. During peak times there might be longer waiting lines.
To avoid waiting at the airport, you can book a private Helsinki airport taxi prior your arrival. We provide reliable transfers from Helsinki airport to any destination. Our service includes airport transfer in a comfortable vehicle of your choice, Meet & Greet service at the airport and flight monitoring.
The cost for the Helsinki airport transfer is charged per vehicle, not per passenger and can be paid online or in cash to the driver. The luggage is included in the price, as well. Depending on the number of passengers and amount of luggage, you can choose from our extensive fleet including sedan cars, minivan, minibus or bus.
The cost for a private taxi from Helsinki airport
to city centre starts from 40 Euros. Car rentals from Helsinki airport
start at €20 per day