Easy Travelling to Helsinki

Helsinki is easy to reach. It welcomes visitors arriving by airplane, train, boat, ferry, bus or car. Getting around in Helsinki is also handy thanks to the comprehensive public transportation.

Tips to get to and from the Hartwall Arena:

All commuter- and long distance trains stops at Pasila Station. VR will operate extra trains on the game nights. After all Finland games there is a train connection to Tampere, Hämeenlinna, Turku and also to Lahti via Riihimäki. The quarter- and semifinals as well as the bronze game will be played earlier during the day and therefore to the normal timetables apply.

There are also extra frequencies added to the commuter trains between Pasila and Helsinki which leaves from platform 5b. Other commuter trains have extra wagons added.
A tunnel at the north end of Pasila station platform 5b leads to the Hartwall Arena trail. The walk takes about 5 minutes. The trail is temporary.

The buses 23 and 69 operate from Helsinki city center to the Hartwall Arena. The stops are in front of YLE and it takes about 10 minutes to walk to the Arena. Also buses 22 and 30 stops at the same stop.
Buses 50, 57 and 59 stops at Hakamäentie stop, next to the Arena.

Buses 22B and 30 will add extra frequencies after Finland games and quarter-, semi- and final games.

Trams 7A, 7B and 9 have stop at Pasila station.

Taxi stand is located on Veturitie. The handicap transportation can are allowed to leave and fetch passengers in front of the Arena.

Private cars
Private cars are advised to be left at home. If you decide to arrive with your own car please note that there is only limited parking space available against fee which must be paid in cash when entering the parking lot.

Charter transportation
Charter cars and buses are not allowed to stop at Hartwall Arena. Parking and passenger drop and fetching takes place at Käpylä Sportpark (Mäkelänkatu 70) parking area located approx 650 meter from the Arena.

Timetables and contact info
Buses and trams
Travel services (long distance buses)
Taxi-Helsinki tel 0100 0700 (1,15€/ call + 0,08€ / 10s + pvm)


Getting around in Helsinki

Public transportation in Helsinki is comprehensive. Trams, busses, metro, local trains and ferries transport local people and tourists within the city and to the suburbs.

The same ticket can be used for all means public transportation. Tickets can be bought from the driver, at ticket machines or by using your mobile phone. Also some small stalls, like R-kioski, sell tickets for public transportation.

Public transport works by single tickets. Day passes and long-term tickets are also available.


Taxis are usually ordered but can also be picked up from taxi stations marked with a taxi sign. If a taxi is not reserved, it can sometimes be waived from the street.

Numbers for taxi services in Helsinki

Taxi Helsinki
tel. 0100 0700 (1,15€/call+0,08€/10s+service fee)

Airport Taxi Yellow Line
tel. 0600 555 555 (1,25 €/call+service fee)
Special price from Helsinki-Vantaa airport to down town Helsinki

Seaport Express
tel 09 2316 5070 (service fee)
Special priced shuttle service from harbours to down town

Local taxi
tel 0100 7300 (0,984€/call+0,082€ /10s +service fee)

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