Logging in to our services will change at the beginning of 2021. After the change, you can no longer log in with your Veturi customer number.
The new COVID-19 restrictions have reduced train travel. As a result, we are cutting back on our services due to low demand, starting from 11 January 2021. Once demand picks up, we will resume all suspended services promptly, even on one weekday’s notice. The cancellations do not apply to night train services, railbus services or the regional transport of Southern Finland.
On Thursday 17 Dec we will publish tickets both for the domestic long distance day trains and VR´s commuter trains for the period 11 Jan - 27 March 2021. Tickets for the night trains are available until 30 October 2021.
Our customer service is open also in the holiday season.
We will take you safely to your destination also during Christmas, New Year and Epiphany, but the timetables are a little different than usual.
There are some changes for stops for commuter trains I, P and K at Helsinki Central Station.
On Tuesday 10 Nov we will publish tickets for trains for the period 13 Dec 2020 - 10 Jan 2021.
Finland transitions to winter time on Sunday 25 October with clocks moving at 04:00 a.m. from summer time to standard time, 03:00 a.m. The turning of the clocks will affect a couple of train services in the night between Saturday and Sunday.
We are responding to your wishes about more spacious and even safer train travelling. In the future an Ekstra Class ticket entitles you to a face mask and an empty seat next to you.
You can plan night train journeys until October next year.
The high season for Lapland’s magical fall is right around the corner.
Some U, L and X trains don't stop at Jorvas station at the moment.
10–25 minutes of delays for long-distance trains, high-speed morning and afternoon train services temporarily unavailable.
VR recommends passengers wear face masks in line with the official recommendation.
We are introducing the long-awaited opportunity to book an empty seat next to you!
Väyläviraston ratatyöt vaikuttavat junaliikenteen aikatauluihin kesän ja syksyn aikana.
Tickets for the autumn available on 14 July.
In the future, VR commuter train and long-distance traffic tickets can be bought in the same sales channels.
Trains will operate between Helsinki and Karjaa at longer intervals, but there will also be a direct bus connection from Helsinki to Turku.
Due to the Kehä I bridge construction in Pukinmäki, the R and Z trains operate a reduced service outside rush hours.
The next scheduled departure of the direct night train from Turku to Rovaniemi is in December 2020.
Trains will be replaced with buses between Lappeenranta–Joensuu and between Parikkala–Savonlinna from approx. 7 p.m. on Midsummer Eve, Friday 19 June, until 11 a.m. on Sunday 21 June.
All train services will be replaced with buses from 12 noon on Midsummer Eve, Friday 19 June, and 12 midnight on Sunday 21 June.
All train services will be replaced with buses on Midsummer Day 20 June.
Some train services between Turku–Tampere will be replaced with buses on Midsummer Day 20 June and Sunday 21 June.
Plenty of railroad work will be carried out again during Midsummer in order to ensure the smooth flow of traffic on the tracks.
On the Midsummer weekend 19–21 June, you will find help with matters related to train trips on Facebook, Twitter and by calling our customer service.
On Midsummer Day 20 June, the long-distance trains between Kirkkonummi–Helsinki will be replaced with buses.
Restaurant cars will be back in service as of Monday 15 June.
From now on, Pännäinen railway station will be known as Pietarsaari-Pedersöre.
Train tickets are not sold on the trains from 15 June. This is due we want to ensure that there are enough seats for every customer.