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1. Helsinki Transport | Go Helsinki pass

The ferry trip takes about 15 minutes and is free of charge, included with the travelcard (CITY) part of your Helsinki Card. Simply board the ferry and present your card to the reader until the green light has validated your journey. Ferries run daily: from Market Square 06.20-02.20. from Suomenlinna 06.00-02.00.


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2. Helsinki City Transport - Wikipedia


Helsinki City Transport or HKL (Finnish: Helsingin kaupungin liikennelaitos, Swedish: Helsingfors stads trafikverk, abbreviated to HST) is the official city-owned public transport company in Helsinki, Finland. It operates the Helsinki Metro, the Helsinki tram systemand the ferry system. HKLs bus operations were merged with another city-owned company, Suomen Turistiauto, to form a new bus company called Helsingin B…


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3. Helsinki City Transport | City of Helsinki


By ferry By bike Decision-making Feedback and contact information Helsinki City Transport. Hämeentie 86 00550 Helsinki P.O. Box 55250, 00099 City of Helsinki +358 9 310 1071 Show on map. Helsinki City Transport. Helsinki City Transport HKL is responsible for running the trams and the metro as well as construction and maintenance of track, ...


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4. HSL ferry - Suomenlinna Official Website



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5. HSL Ferry (Helsinki) - 2021 All You Need to Know BEFORE ...


This ferry service from Helsinki city center to Suomenlinna Fortress is operated by the Helsinki Region Transport Authority (HSL). The journey time is approximately 15 minutes. Depending on the season and the time of day, ferries run 1 to 4 times per hour from the morning until the night throughout the year.


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6. Ferries from Helsinki 2021 - Find timetables, prices and ...


Find all Timetables and Prices for Ferries from Helsinki with NetFerry! Find and Buy your ferry Ticket Online or call +39 0831 564 257.


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7. Tickets and fares | HSL.fi


Tickets for zones ABCD can be used on buses, commuter trains, trams, the metro and Suomenlinna ferry in the HSL area. Buy tickets on the HSL app or with HSL card.


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8. Journey Planner, tickets and fares, customer service | HSL.fi


Tickets and fares. Customer service. HSL


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9. Ferries | City of Helsinki


About one dozen islands in Helsinki can be reached by commuter ferries during the summer season. The Suomenlinna ferry operates throughout the year and is the only ferry operated by Helsinki Region Transport (HSL) as part of the overall Helsinki Metropolitan Area public transport system.

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10. Water transport | City of Helsinki


The Suomenlinna ferry traffic is part of the public transport arranged by the Helsinki Region Transport (HSL). For HSL’s guidance, tel. +358 9 4766 4000 Mon - Fri 7.00 - 19.00, Sat, Sun and holidays 9.00 - 17.00. The island of Särkkä is located off Kaivopuisto. The island is …


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11. How to Get from Helsinki Airport to City Centre in 30 Minutes

Helsinki city centre is 20 km from the airport. Taking public transport to reach downtown takes about 30 minutes by Airport Train, Finnair Bus, Airport Bus 615 or taxi. The only challenge is the Finnish language written on the board with no English translation when buying a train ticket.

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12. Public transport in Helsinki - welcome.helsinki


Helsinki Region Transport (HSL) Helsinki Region Transport (HSL) is the capital city area’s public transport operator. It is in charge of buses, trams, an underground metro service, commuter trains and even city bikes and ferries. Route information can be found with HSL’s Journey Planner.


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13. Public transport - Whim Helsinki


Purchasing HSL’s public transport ticket with Whim. With Whim you can buy tickets for travelling with public transport buses, trains, metro, trams and the Suomenlinna ferry. You can purchase individual tickets, tickets for the entire day or select from some of the available season passes or series tickets that come with various Whim benefits.


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Helsinki’s ferry port is the largest in Finland and the busiest in Europe for passenger transportation; approximately 12.3 million people and over 14 million tonnes of goods travelled or were transported through the port in 2017. Ferries from Helsinki sail to numerous countries in the Baltic region of Europe including Sweden, Germany and Russia.


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15. Public transport in Helsinki - Wikipedia


Public transport in Helsinki consists of bus, tram, metro, local railway and ferry services. The system is managed by Helsinki Region Transport (Finnish: Helsingin seudun liikenne, or HSL) and covers Helsinki, Espoo, Kauniainen, Vantaa and the outlying Kerava, Kirkkonummi, Sipoo and Tuusula.


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16. Public Transport Archives - Discover Helsinki


The ferry service to Suomenlinna is operated by the Helsinki Region Transport Authority (HSL). Depending on the season and the time of day, ferries run 1 to 4 times per hour, from the morning until the night throughout the year Departure of Suomenlinna ferries from the Market Square and Suomenlinna usually once an hour.


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17. Getting around Helsinki - Discover Helsinki


7.3.2019 · Getting around Helsinki is easy because of its efficient public transportation system. The entire Helsinki region is covered by an integrated network that is operated by HSL, the Helsinki Regional Transport Authority. HSL tickets are valid on the bus, metro, tram, commuter trains and the Suomenlinna ferry. There are also private transportation ...


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18. Helsinki Aims to Be Car-Free by 2025 | Smart Cities Dive


The Guardians excellent environmental coverage has been supplemented by a new section on cities, supported by the Rockefeller Foundation.Here, we learn about an ambitious plan in Helsinki, Finland, to create a revolutionary mobility on demand system by 2025.The system would enable all shared and public transport to be paid for with a single payment network available via smartphones.


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19. Helsinki To Suomenlinna Ferry - A Complete Guide


21.1.2020 · Another option if you’re going to be exploring a lot of Helsinki is to purchase a Helsinki City Card, which allows unlimited use of Helsinki public transport for 24, 48 or 72 hours. The Helsinki Card also includes a free ferry to Suomenlinna, and gives free entry to the main sights and museums, a free sightseeing tour and discounts on dining, shopping, and tours, so it’s certainly worth ...


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20. Travemünde–Helsinki ferry timetable | Finnlines


14.11.2021 · Travemünde–Helsinki ferry timetable. We sail on the route Travemünde–Helsinki all year round with the comfortable and steady Star class vessels. We take you to Finland safely with our three identical ships: Finnstar, Finnmaid and Finnlady. You will arrive comfortably in the country of thousand lakes in only 29 hours.


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