Kaivokatu 1, 00100, Helsinki, Finland

Designed in 1919, the Helsinki train station is one of the most striking landmarks of the Finnish capital as well as one of the busiest railway hubs in the country. The station boasts a spectacular exterior and was named one of the most beautiful train stations in the world in 2013. The calling card of the Helsinki railway station is its grand clock tower and two pairs of beautiful statues, guarding the main entrance. The station is featured with modern amenities and a presidential waiting lounge, exclusively at the service of the President of Finland as well as his/her official guests.

Navigating at the Helsinki Central Station

Take a chance to explore the beautiful station complex beforehand and get to know where to look for the main Helsinki station's facilities by checking out the video below.



What You Need to Know About the Helsinki Central Station


Is there any Helsinki Central Station luggage storage at the station?

The main train station of Helsinki offers a wide choice of facilities to make your stay as comfortable as possible, including the Helsinki Central train station luggage storage, opened daily from 5.20 a.m. till 11.00 p.m. (if you need help finding it, you can check with one of the Helsinki Central Station maps available inside or ask for help at the tourist information point).

How can I get from the Helsinki Central Station to the airport?

One of the most popular ways to travel from the Helsinki Central train station to the airport is onboard a direct bullet train that can take you all the way to Helsinki Airport in just half an hour.


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