HOTELS NEAR HELSINKI AIRPORT
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There are 1 hotel inside the Helsinki airport, 2 hotels within 100-200m from the airport entrance, and 5 hotels nearby within 5 km with free airport shuttle.
|HOTEL:||HOW FAR FROM AIRPORT:||PRICE FROM:|
|Airport||Glo Hotel Airport||inside airport||144€|
|Scandic Helsinki Airport||200m from Terminal 2||145€|
|Hilton Helsinki Airport||350m from Terminal 2||159€|
|Free shuttle||Airport Hotel Pilotti||4,5km from the Airport||99€|
|Scandic Aviapolis||2,7km from the Airport||101€|
|Scandic Aviacongress||2,8km from the Airport||111€|
|Airport Hotel Bonus Inn||4,1km from the Airport||118€|
|Holiday Inn Helsinki-Vantaa Airport||3km from the Airport||125€|
|Other||Forenom Hostel Vantaa Airport||1,3km from Airport||57€|
|Forenom Hostel Vantaa Aviapolis||1,6km from Airport||82€|
|Clarion Hotel Helsinki Airport||2km from Airport||119€|
Those hotels have soundproof rooms to provide relaxed overnight with maximum comfort.
There is a free shuttle bus service between the airport and some hotels nearby. Free hotel buses depart from platform 21 in front of the Terminal 2 and from platform 10 in front of the Terminal 1.
There are 2 hostels 1,5km from Helsinki airport - Forenom Hostel Vantaa Airport (from €57) and Forenom Hostel Vantaa Aviapolis (from €82).
Those are modern hostels, only private rooms (no shared rooms with a stranger).
Self-catering rooms with shared bathroom facilities. Keyless entry system. Green area nearby.
Hostels can be reached in 15 min walking from the airport or by free parking bus (bus stop by P4B parking 250m from hostel).
Helsinki Airport (IATA: HEL, ICAO: EFHK; Finnish: Helsinki-Vantaan lentoasema) is the main international airport of the city of Helsinki, its surrounding metropolitan area, and the Uusimaa region. The airport is located in the city of Vantaa, about 5 kilometres west of Tikkurila, the administrative center of Vantaa and 17.0 km north of Helsinki city center.
There is a train connection between Helsinki airport and city centre. Entrance to the train station is located between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 at the airport. Train ride takes about 30 minutes from airport to downtown. It is the easiest, cheapest (starting from €5) and fastest way to get to the city.
Finnair City Bus operate between the airport and Helsinki Central Railway Station. Transfer takes about 30 minutes. The bus has a free WiFi. One way ticket from €6,80. Departure from Helsinki Airport T2, platform 10. Bus runs from 5.45 till 1.05 (airport - city center direction), and from 5.00 till 0.00 (city center - airport direction).
Public bus 617 operates between airport and the Hakaniemi market square on rush hours from Monday to Friday.
Flamingo Spa Helsinki is a water park for the whole family and peaceful adults spa and indoor playpark Naurusaari in Vantaa, close to Shopping Center Jumbo and Helsinki-Vantaa airport.
Spa offers warm pool, the therapeutic mineral water pool, the 6 saunas, over 20 luxurious treatment rooms. Sauna Yoga or Sauna Pilates class available.
Water Park Flamingo offers different kind of pools and slides, a Finnish sauna. Attraction Pool with currents and bubble baths with the temperature 32 degrees Celsius. Sports Pool 25 m long for water gymnastics and ball games. 2 Jacuzzis. The Childrens Pool for the small ones. The water park has the Upstream Pool, where you can swim against the current. In the middle of the pool, there is a water massage point for the neck and shoulders. There are slides for experienced riders and also family safe slides for smaller kids.
Flamingo Spa is open every day of the year.
The Finnish Science Centre Heureka - interactive science and technology center in Helsinki. It offers theme exhibitions, planetarium films and events. Plan to spend there 3-4 hours min for visit with children.
Interactive exhibitions, laboratory experiments, basketball rats show, workshops, documentary showings, Heureka planetarium and fun for whole family.
Museum is located in the Tikkurila area of Vantaa. 7 km from Helsinki-Vantaa airport.
Open year-round. Children under 6 years free of charge. Adults ticket in 2019: 22€. Children (6-15 years): 15€.
This spring festival is a popular carnival that has traditionally been celebrated by workers and students. On the eve of May Day, students gather at the Market Square to wash the statue of Havis Amanda and place a student cap on her head.
The celebrations continue throughout the city. The following morning everyone gathers in Kaivopuisto Park and Ullanlinnanmäki for a picnic and more sparkling wine.
Parades and other events are also held around town.
The Helsinki Samba Carnival will fill the streets on Saturday, June 8, 2019. You can watch the Senate Square all day and the program starts at 14.00.
Route : Senate Square - Unioninkatu - Pohjoisesplanadi - Mannerheimintie - Aleksanterinkatu (up to Mikonkatu).
On Helsinki Day, Tuesday 12 June, the Pohjoisesplanadi boulevard that runs along the north side of Esplanade Park will be closed to traffic to make room for a 450-metre-long dinner table seating 1000 guests. A seat at the table can be booked free of charge, but guests have to provide their own buffets.
Helsinki will once again celebrate and entertain residents and visitors on its birthday, 12 June. Helsinki Day has become a city festival that offers lots to see and do for people of all ages.
The city centre will be filled with people, music and events, but Helsinki Day will also be celebrated outside the centre in the city's districts.
Craft Beer Helsinki is a craft beer festival that will be held in Helsinki Railway Square for the fourth time from 4th to 6th July 2019.
Dinner under the Finnish Sky – Everywhere, will be held in August, when everyone will be invited to set their own dinner tables outdoors and eat together by the sea and in the city’s streets, parks, courtyards and gardens.
The Helsinki Baltic Herring Market is one of the oldest ongoing event traditions in Finland, it has been held since 1743. Throughout the years, the Market has changed from a marketplace to a wider public event bringing together archipelago traditions and modern food culture.
The aim of the City of Helsinki is to hold on to the tradition, and to support the livelihood of fishers. A new focus will be placed on widening the scope of the event into a celebration for all citizens.