How to go to Finland

There are several ways to travel to Finland, depending on your point of origin and your preferred mode of transportation. Here are some options:

By Air:

    Finland has several international airports, with Helsinki Airport being the main gateway to the country.
    Many airlines, including Finnair and SAS, offer direct flights to Helsinki from major cities in Europe, Asia, and North America.
    Other airports in Finland include Rovaniemi, Tampere, and Oulu.

By Train:

    You can travel to Finland by train from neighboring countries, such as Russia and Sweden.
    The Allegro high-speed train connects Helsinki and St. Petersburg, with several departures per day.
    There are also train connections between Helsinki and other cities in Finland, such as Turku and Tampere.

By Ferry:

    Ferries connect Finland to neighboring countries, including Sweden and Estonia.
    Ferry companies such as Viking Line and Tallink Silja operate regular routes between Helsinki and Stockholm, as well as other cities along the Baltic Sea.

By Car:

    If you are coming from neighboring countries, such as Sweden or Norway, you can drive to Finland.
    Finland is also connected to Russia by several road crossings.

Visitors should check the latest travel requirements, including visa and COVID-19 related restrictions, before traveling to Finland.
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