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Flying to Tampere

Starting from May 2022 there will be all-year-round direct flights to Tampere by airBalticopens in a new tab from FrankfurtCopenhagenMunich and Oslo three times a week and to Málaga and Rhodes twice a week. There are also direct flight connections by Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)opens in a new tab from Stockholm and by Finnairopens in a new tab from Helsinki and several flights a week from Riga bu airBaltic. Additionally, there are all-year-round flights from London by Ryanairopens in a new tab.

Tampere-Pirkkala Airport is located 17 kilometres from the city centre.

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Flying to Helsinki

Helsinki Airport is Finland’s international air travel hub; over 150 direct flights from all over the world land daily in Helsinki. The airport is served especially well from Asian and European cities. Trains and buses between Helsinki Airport and Tampere run frequently. Helsinki Airport is a two-hour drive away from Tampere.

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Travelling to Tampere by land and sea

International travel options to Helsinki, Finland include ferries from Tallinn, Estonia (2 – 3 hours), Stockholm, Sweden (overnight) and Travemünde/Lübeck, Germany (27 hours). There are also daily ferries between Turku and Stockholm (10 – 12 hours). Buses and trains from Helsinki to Tampere take under two hours.

The easiest way to get to Finland without flying is by taking a train from central Europe to Stockholm via Copenhagen. From Stockholm the journey continues to Turku, Finland by ferry. Direct trains from Port of Turku to Tampere take around two hours. The overnight ferry from Stockholm to Turku operated by Viking Line’s Viking Grace runs on completely sulphur-free liquefied natural gas (LNG). The ship’s rotor sail saves fuel and reduces Emissions.