The Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport caters to the air traffic for the city. Located in Vantaa, around 18 kilometres towards the north of mainland Helsinki, this is the airport where all international and domestic flights to Helsinki land. If you are traveling from Tallinn, you can also use the 18 minute helicopter service to land here.
If you’re traveling by car, you will have to enter Turku from the expressway and then head to Helsinki. You can either use your own vehicle or find a bus that goes to the Central Railway Station. There are a number of long-distance national and international buses terminating at the Central Bus Station.
Mostly all long-distance trains from other Finnish cities as well as major Russian cities like Saint Petersburg and Moscow terminate at the Rautatieasema (Central Railway Station), which further provides convenient interchange to the trams and metro lines.
Helsinki is extremely well connected with ferry services to Stockholm (Sweden) and Tallinn (Estonia).
Trams- Trams are arguably the best and most convenient way to get around Helsinki, owing to the extensive tram network within the city.
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