More of Finland by train
If you are looking to discover the magic of Lapland, Rovaniemi is a great place to start. It is, after all, Santa Claus’ hometown.
The historic former capital of Finland is the perfect place for those looking for some variety. Turku is just around the corner, as the Turku Express train takes you directly in just over an hour and a half.
Helsinki, the capital city of Finland, has much to offer. The beautiful metropolis is surrounded by water, and a boat trip along the coast is the best way to experience the city’s unique architecture. Helsinki also works as a perfect pit stop for some serious shopping on your way to the tranquility of Lapland.
Night train to Lapland
The easiest way to reach northern activities is to use a night train. Travel first to Oulu, Kemi, Kolari, Rovaniemi or Kemijärvi and hop on a TrainBus
If you want to see more, the train is the way to go: modern trains enable you to travel quickly and comfortably to almost any destination in Finland.
To and from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport
You can travel easily to and from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport via the Ring Rail Line and commuter train traffic. You can also transfer to and from long-distance trains when traveling to the airport.
Trains in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area
You can travel easily to and from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport via the Ring Rail Line and commuter train traffic. You can also transfer to and from long-distance trains when travelling to the airport.
Travelling together has never been easier
Our trains are perfect for groups. You can book your own compartment or even your own car to make best use of your time, whether you wish to work or just spend time with your friends or family.
To Russia by train
You can travel easily to St. Petersburg and Moscow by train from Helsinki. Travel to St. Petersburg in under 3.5 hours.
The Finnish Railway Network
Trains are a very green form of transport. Train travel produces less emissions and uses less energy than other forms of transport.