Reliable Service - Always Low Prices
We compare prices from hundreds of reputable transportation service providers in Helsinki to offer you the best value for money service.
Book your Helsinki airport transfer with us today and avoid long taxi queues at the airport.
Meet and greet service comes as standard and cancellation is free of charge up to 24 hours before pick up.
Our prices are fixed and all inclusive, so no nasty surprises like surge pricing, or extra charges due to traffic congestion.
Prefer driving to the airport? Book your Airport Parking Today and save up to 60%.
The public transportation in Helsinki is integrated and tickets are valid on all forms of transportation in the city, including the Suomenlinna ferry. Passengers with regional tickets can travel freely from Helsinki to the nearby towns Espoo, Vantaa and Kerava.
Helsinki is the only city in Finland that is served by a tram and rapid-transit metro system. The tram transportation system in Helsinki is one of the oldest and slowest in Europe. The metro has 17 stations, while the Rautatientori metro station is the busiest one.
Local bus network operates from 5:30 to 23:30 and buses run every 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the route. The daytime bus routes marked with N operate from 23:30 until 1:30. Buses connect Helsinki to its suburbs and the nearby cities.
Helsinki bus station, situated in the Kampii Centre, is one of the busiest in the world with daily arrivals and departures of 1400 long distance and intercity buses. Frequent bus connections are available from Helsinki to Turku, Mikkeli, Tampere, Pori, Lahti, Porvoo and other cities in the country.
Long-distance trains and intercity trains depart from Helsinki Central railway station. There are train connections available to cities in Finland, as well as, the major cities in Russia.
During the summer, over 300 international cruisers dock at the Port of Helsinki, allowing 400,000 passengers to explore the city. You can book a private transfer from Helsinki Cruise Port to Helsinki at the cost of 53 EUR for three passengers.
Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (HEL) is operated by Finavia. The distance between Helsinki Airport and the city centre is around 17 km. The Summer Olympics were the reason why Helsinki Airport was built in 1952.
Airport shuttle buses operated by Finnair depart from the airport every 20 minutes during the day. Local buses 617 and 615 run from Helsinki Airport to Helsinki. The underground train station is within a short walking distance from the terminals and serves the train lines I and P. The service is limited during the night hours.
The taxi service in Helsinki is metered and regulated by the Government. Different starting fees apply for weekdays and weekends. For large luggage and each additional passenger after the second, an extra cost applies. If you hire an airport taxi in advance, a certain pre-order fee applies. It will be added to the taxi fare once you board the taxi.
Skip the extra costs and book a private transfer from Helsinki Airport to Helsinki at all-inclusive rates. We provide the lowest prices for airport transfers not only to your accommodation in Helsinki but also to Helsinki Cruise Port, Helsinki Train station and every other destination in the country. For your convenience, we have a diverse fleet of cars, minibuses and buses which are available for single or group transfers.
The cost for a private taxi transfer from Helsinki Airport to the city centre is 41 EUR for a sedan car.
Helsinki private tailor made tours, excursions and guided tours of Helsinki are available from Airports Taxi Transfers.
AirportsTaxiTransfers.com offers reliable transportation services from Helsinki airport at fixed and fully inclusive prices. Book your Helsinki airport taxi with us and save time and money. We specialise in private Helsinki airport transfers and Helsinki tours with professional drivers and luxury vehicles.