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How to Get from Helsinki City Center to Helsinki Airport and Other Destinations
Helsinki is the capital and largest city in Finland. It is recognized one of the most interesting and safest places in the world, so lots of tourists come here annually. Besides traveling around the city, they also take excursions to some nearby locations. For their trips, they usually use public transport, a cab, or a transfer.
Taxi from Helsinki
One can book a taxi in Helsinki by phone, via SMS (in Finnish only), or find one at a rank. These vehicles have ‘TAKSI’ signs on their roofs. If such a sign is illuminated, this means a car is available for hire. It is not practiced here to hail a passing taxi and tip a driver.
On holidays, weekends, and at night, it increases considerably. The average cost of the trip to Vantaa Airport is €40-50. If you need a minivan, it is better to order a taxi beforehand, but you will have to pay €7 extra for an advance booking.
Transfer from Helsinki
If you don’t want to deal with the local language and want to know the exact cost of your journey in advance, a Kiwitaxi transfer will be the best option for you.
A taxi transfer from Helsinki to Vantaa Airport will cost €42 for 4 passengers, and this price will remain fixed once an order is made. You can also add a child seat to your booking. If you are a group of several people, you can choose a minibus transfer. Our service is available in several most popular languages.
Public Transport from Helsinki
In order to reach the airport, you can choose trains or buses. High-speed trains Ring Rail Line is the fastest way to get there. A one-way ticket costs €5, and it can be bought from the conductor or a special machine. But, there are a few hours at night when this mode of transport is not available.
Another way is to use Finnair shuttle departing from the central train station or bus №615. A ‘regional’ bus ticket can be bought from the driver (€5.5) or special machines (€5). At night, tariffs increase. If you are heading to other Finnish cities (i.e. Lahti, Tampere, Turku, or Salo), it is better to buy bus tickets online to get a discount.
Helsinki attracts tourists with its fresh air, magnificent landscapes, and interesting northern architecture. Despite being a capital, it is a quiet and calm place. Most sights can be found in the center, not far from the train station and port. The most popular tourist attractions are the Senate Square, Helsinki Cathedral, the Esplanadi park, the Havis Amanda statue, and Old Market Hall.