How to Arrive

                                          

































    

Arriving by air
Most of our international students arrive in Finland by air, either in Helsinki at Helsinki-Vantaa airport or in Tampere at Tampere-Pirkkala airport.
A direct coach service runs from Helsinki-Vantaa airport to Tampere city centre. The coach stops in front of the international flights terminal and a single ticket to Tampere costs approximately EUR 25. The trip takes about two and a half hours.
The bus no 61 runs from Tampere-Pirkkala airport to the city centre. The trip to Tampere city centre takes about 40 minutes and a single ticket costs approximately EUR 4. Please check the timetable on the Väinö Paunu Oy website.
There is a bus leaving for Ryanair flights from the airport to the city. The trip to Tampere city centre takes about 25 minutes and a single ticket costs approximately EUR 6. Please check the timetable on the Tampere-Pirkkala airport website.
A taxi from the airport to Tampere city centre or to TUT (located at the Hervanta suburb) costs about EUR 35.                                           
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Arriving by train or ferry
There are ferry connections to Helsinki from Sweden, Estonia and Germany, and from Helsinki harbour there is a direct train connection to Tampere. Trains run nearly every hour during daytime and a single ticket from Helsinki to Tampere costs EUR 25-35, depending on the train. You can also take a train from both St. Petersburg and Moscow to Tampere. In the latter option, you need to change trains in Riihimäki. For further information on ferry and train connections, please visit the websites below.                                           
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