Arriving to Helsinki


By plane

Around 120 international flights a day arrive at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, which is situated 19 kilometres from the centre of Helsinki and can be reached by car in approximately 25 minutes. You can also take taxi, the Finnair airport bus or Bus 615 to the Central Railway Station.


By bus

The Central Bus Station is situated in Kamppi Centre (Urho Kekkosen katu 1) with hourly services to Finland's main cities and towns.


By train

There are excellent train connections from Helsinki to all major towns in Finland as well as to Lapland. There is also a daily train service to St. Petersburg and Moscow. The Central Railway Station is a landmark unto itself in Helsinki.


By ferry

There are daily ferry services to Helsinki from Estonia, Sweden and Germany.




Within Helsinki


Getting around town is easy as the conference venue is situated close to the city centre. Most sights and attractions are within walking distance of the city centre. Helsinki also offers an excellent network of public transportation.


The conference will be held at the Wanha Satama conference centre which is located in the Katajanokka district in southern Helsinki. The address of the venue is Pikku Satamakatu 3-5.


The conference venue is best served by trams nro 4 and 4T (see map), running from the Munkkiniemi district through the center of Helsinki (via Mannerheimintie and Aleksanterinkatu) to the venue in 5-8 minutes' intervals.