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Our trains carry you to over 200 railway stations in Finland and five in Russia.

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Long-distance traffic

We operate hundreds of long-distance train services every day, which means that you can take a train to nearly anywhere in Finland. Unlike regional trains and buses, you can always reserve a seat on long-distance trains.

VR commuter traffic

VR's commuter traffic encompasses traffic operated with commuter trains with line IDs in areas from Helsinki to Lahti and Nokia. VR’s commuter traffic tickets are not valid on long-distance trains.

Travel to Russia by train

Reach St. Petersburg in less than three and a half hours!

Travel to St. Petersburg in style on the Allegro train, which will take you directly to the centre of the city. If you want to go to Moscow, you can take the overnight Tolstoi train. Both trains also stop in Vyborg.

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To Helsinki Airport

To Helsinki Airport

Travel to Helsinki Airport from anywhere in Finland with just one train ticket!

Replacement buses

Replacement buses

Some train services or parts of the train's route are occasionally replaced by buses due to track work. Find more information on the replacement bus page.

Connecting buses

Connecting buses

These connecting buses are cancelled foe the time being. On the routes Kirkkonummi–Karjaa and Seinäjoki–Vaasa, train services are complemented with connecting buses.