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Luggage on trains

You can take luggage on trains free of charge

Small carry-on luggage, such as a handbag, laptop bag or a backpack, and two large pieces of luggage (maximum size 80 x 60 x 40 cm) are allowed on trains with no separate luggage charge.

Wondering where to put your luggage? Don’t hesitate to ask for help from our train staff. Conductors are always happy to help you on the platform and on board the train.

Luggage on long-distance trains

  • Small hand baggage and two large pieces of baggage (maximum size 80x60x40 cm) are allowed on trains with no separate charge.
  • Baggage can be stowed in the baggage lockers and on shelves in the trains’ vestibules, on the overhead shelves and under the seats.
  • IC trains also have baggage lockers that can be locked by using a 50 cent coin as a deposit.
  • For more details on stowing baggage on trains, please refer to the IC coach map and Pendolino coach map.

  • Small hand baggage and two large pieces of baggage (maximum size 80 x 60 x 40 cm) are allowed on trains with no separate charge.
  • You can stow baggage in your sleeping compartment, in the baggage lockers and on shelves in the train’s vestibules and on the overhead shelves.
  • You can stow skis in a ski bag in your sleeper cabin free of charge.

Paid baggage storage space in night trains

  • Night trains have separate paid baggage storage spaces for stowing larger items
  • The transport fee is €5/baggage/direction
  • The maximum size of baggage is 60 x 54 x 195 cm
  • Items to be stored in the baggage storage space are, for example:

    • Skis (the maximum size of the ski bag is 30 x 30 x 220 cm) and snowboards
    • Golf bags and other large sports equipment, such as ice hockey bags
    • Sledges
    • Camping equipment (e.g. a tent)
    • Large suitcases, backpacks
    • Large musical instruments (e.g. a cello)

Prams and pushchairs are transported free of charge even in the baggage storage space.

It is not permitted to use the paid baggage storage space for certain large baggage items

  • Canoes, kayaks
  • Ski boxes
  • Other similar large baggage items that exceed the allowed limit for baggage 60 x 54 x 195 cm

  • Prams can be transported for free on all trains in the designated space marked with a picture of a pram. Please fold up the pram for the duration of the journey if the train is full.
  • Bikes can be transported on IC trains, regional trains and night trains (bicycle fee €5). Space is limited, so don’t forget to reserve your bicycle space in advance. More information on transporting a bike on a train.
  • Skis and snowboards can be transported free of charge on all trains. IC trains also have baggage lockers that can be locked by using a 50 cent coin as a deposit.
  • On night trains, you can stow skis and snowboards in your sleeper cabin free of charge or in the paid baggage storage space €5/item.
  • Some prams may be too large for the family cabins on IC trains. Prams can be stored in the designated space marked with a picture of a pram. Travel strollers and pram bassinets, however, are usually small enough for family cabins. There are a couple of steps on the way to the family cabin, the doorway is 66 cm wide. Read more about travelling with children

Luggage on commuter trains

The following can be taken on commuter trains free of charge

  • Prams and pushchairs in vestibules
  • Bikes and folding bikes in designated spaces
  • Skis and snowboards

Please note that commuter trains have no separate space for storing luggage during travel.

Read more on commuter trains

Luggage on trains to Russia

  • Trains between Finland and Russia do not have a separate baggage car.
  • The free baggage allowance includes small hand baggage, such as a handbag and camera, and two large pieces of baggage (maximum size 100 x 60 x 40 cm). If there is space on the train, a maximum of two additional pieces of baggage can be carried for an additional fee.
  • The fee for additional baggage must be paid in advance at a station ticket office. The fee is equal to the price of an adult ticket for the train.
  • Please note the customs regulations and other regulations issued by the authorities concerning permitted baggage.
  • Items and substances that are foul-smelling, flammable, liable to spontaneous combustion, explosive, toxic, corrosive or radioactive cannot be transported in passenger cars. Loaded firearms, live animals (except dogs and cats) and birds are also prohibited.

  • Prams, ski bags and snowboard bags are to be stowed in the large baggage lockers in the train’s vestibules.
  • Bikes can be transported free of charge, but they must be taken apart and placed in a package that satisfies the size limit for hand baggage (60 x 100 x 40 cm). Folding bikes also need to be packed for transport.
  • A separate seat must be purchased for very large items, e.g. ice hockey equipment, large musical instruments and large suitcases (> 100 x 60 x 40 cm). Make sure that your seat is in the same car as your baggage.
  • If necessary, ask the conductor for a cover to keep the seat from getting dirty.

  • You can conveniently stow your baggage in your sleeping compartment. You can also transport skis and snowboards free of charge in your compartment.
  • Prams must be left in the aisle, as they do not fit inside sleeping compartments.
  • Bikes can be transported free of charge, but they must be taken apart and placed in a package that satisfies the size limit for hand baggage (60 x 100 x 40 cm). You can transport a folding bike in your sleeping compartment.

Bikes on trains

Bikes can be taken on nearly all domestic long-distance and commuter trains.

Please note that a separate space must be reserved for bikes on the InterCity trains. On commuter trains, bikes can be transported free of charge in the designated spaces.

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