Location
Arrivals hall 2A (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon-Sat 10-18 and Sun 12-18. Brochures and customer computer 24/7.
Contact information
Helsinki region tourist information

Helsinki region tourist information

When you’re looking for travel tips, the friendly staff at the tourist information is happy to help you! Just a 30 minute train ride away from the airport, you can discover Helsinki and its historical attractions, archipelago and urban nature.

At our service point in arrival hall 2A you can pick up brochures and maps to get you started with your trip. We speak several different languages and gladly give advice on what to do and see in the Helsinki region, so feel free to pop in for a chat!

A customer computer and travel brochures are at your disposal 24/7.

Visit our website visithelsinki.fi  for more fun ideas for your stay!

We offer:

  • tips on sights, events, restaurants, shopping venues or other travel services
  • tips on what to do in Helsinki in one day
  • tips on what to do close to the airport
  • instructions on how to get to your hotel or other destination

We sell:

  • Helsinki Cards
  • Finnair bus tickets
  • HSL day tickets for public transportation
  • Helsinki bags, post cards, hats and gloves
  • maps such as the Finland road map
Location
Arrivals hall 2A (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon-Sat 10-18 and Sun 12-18. Brochures and customer computer 24/7.
Contact information
Helsinki region tourist information

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