Cheap flights to Helsinki
Information about Helsinki flights
Helsinki is also known as the "beautiful girl of the Baltic Sea". Founded in 1550, the city was declared the country's capital in 1812. In this regard, Helsinki has a separate regulation as one of the oldest capitals. The city, influenced by the Russians from the 19th century, was attempted by the Russians to resemble St. Petersburg.
The most beautiful time in the city is the summer season. So we recommend that you book your Helsinki flight ticket for this time. The cafes in the city centre are under the influx of tourists during the summer months. With a population of over 600,000 people, the city is one of the most beautiful cities in the Baltic and Scandinavian regions. The city centre is called Mannerheimintie or Mansku with the short name. In the city where Finnish and Swedish are spoken, the speaking rate in English is also quite high.
Public transport in the city is quite extensive. At the same time, the whole city is surrounded by cycle paths and cycle traffic is very high.
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From Helsinki Airport to the city centre
Helsinki travellers land at Vantaa Airport. The airport is located in Vantaa, a neighbouring city to Helsinki. There are several alternatives to reach the city from this airport, which is also called Helsinki - Vantaa Airport.
The new private public transport to get from the airport to the city centre is called Kutsuplus. These on-demand services travel by bringing together passengers travelling in the same direction. The service accepts passengers through the internet booking system. The Kutsuplusions take all passengers from the designated stops and leave them exactly where they want to go. The prices are much cheaper than the prices for the shuttle service, which vary depending on the route.
Bus 615, which offers an intercity service, runs every half an hour from the airport to Helsinki Railway Station. Cross-border tickets must be purchased to use this line, because the airport is within the boundaries of the city of Vantaa. After reaching the main train station, you can take the underground, tram and bus to travel to the desired area of the city. In addition, the Finair city bus is another alternative to get from the airport to the city centre. This bus leaves every 15 minutes. The arrival time to the main train station is about half an hour. This difference to bus 615 is that the price is a bit more expensive and there is no possibility to transfer tickets.
Taxis are more expensive than public transport. However, they provide a very convenient means of transportation in terms of comfort. You can get a car from the taxi ranks at the airport or you can reserve your taxi by making a reservation on the internet. If you are planning a more luxurious trip, a VIP taxi service is also available at the airport. The taxi minibuses, also known as yellow lines, have a capacity of around 8 passengers. There is no special regular service for these taxi minibuses. The passengers are on the routes they want to visit. The price of the service depends on the number of passengers. So if you have a low budget for your Helsinki flight, a taxi is not advisable.
There are car rental companies in the airport's passenger lounge. You can rent a car here. However, travelling in private vehicles in Helsinki is not a very useful method. Parking fees are too high and the difficulty of finding a parking space can become a burden. However, if your Helsinki trip coincides with the weekend, parking is free and car rental is a good option.
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