Location
Gate 27 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Sun-Mon 5-23, Sat 5-20.30
Contact information
Bookstore Suomalainen Kirjakauppa
helsinki.lentoasemaT2@suomalainen.com
+358 50 3115 561

Bookstore Suomalainen Kirjakauppa
3 ratings

Hardcover, paperback, travel guide or magazine to read during your trip?

A good trip involves carrying something to read. When you want to buy a book, paperback, travel guide or magazine to accompany you on your trip, head to Suomalainen Kirjakauppa. We sell books in Finnish, Swedish and English.

Business travellers can find business-oriented magazines and paperbacks from our product range. We also offer lighter reading, newest word art and even a few select classics. 

If you need adapters, headphones or batteries, you can also get them from us.

Our product range also includes books on Finland and souvenirs.

Location
Gate 27 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Sun-Mon 5-23, Sat 5-20.30
Contact information
Bookstore Suomalainen Kirjakauppa
helsinki.lentoasemaT2@suomalainen.com
+358 50 3115 561
19.9.2017
This the second time I pop into the shop before a flight to get a nice travel reading and get excellent service and advice and most of all - some good reading to match my taste :) Staff is friendly and know their selection.
Kaisa • 9.3.2017
Hyvä valikoima todella pienessä tilassa.
Maissuliini • 25.4.2016

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