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Helsinki Central Railway Station

Kaivokatu 1, Helsinki 00100, Finland
+358 9 47664000
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“clock tower” (20 reviews)
“art deco” (19 reviews)
“ticket hall” (11 reviews)
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Kaivokatu 1, Helsinki 00100, Finland
+358 9 47664000
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Reviewed yesterday

The trains are extensive, clean, efficient, and reasonably priced. A great way to get to and from the airport of visit areas outside the city. The train station is an architectural beauty.

Thank Deeni_09
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The train station is an excellent example of Art Deco. There is a wonderful mural above the order counter in the Burger King. Be sure to step in to take a look. If taking the train, there's a good supermarket right next door that has...More

Thank lfabian47
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a very attractive Art Deco building. The interior is spectacular too. Take a walk through even if you are not taking a train

Thank Tracey C
Reviewed 5 days ago

Walked through to catch our train, clean easy to get around and helpful staff. A lovely old building.

Thank loy12321
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We arrived here from the airport and quickly found our way around. We exited by a side door which caused us some confusion as we thought it was the main exit. On our return to the airport it was very easy to understand the departures...More

Thank operama2015
Reviewed 1 week ago

it's similar to penn station in NYC. busy, tons of trains, buses, metro all connected together. stores, shops, food stations. right outside are plenty of food/mall options.

Thank chopstick1
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

As far as railway stations are concerned, this one is a masterpiece! Built in the early 1900s this is one of the best. Don't miss the Eliel Saarinen fresco in what now is a Burger King. Sadly it's now in a Burger King, but thankfully...More

Thank James S
Reviewed 1 week ago

The central railway station is right in the center of Helsinki. Most trams stop in front of it and there is a bus station beside it. The building is very striking from the outside with large statues holding spherical lamps which light up at night....More

Thank 6TeamB4
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were very happy with the Helsinki train system. Clean, timely, much less expensive than Stockholm. My rating is an average over 3 factors: The architecture is great, the utility of finding your way around (purchasing tickets, finding the correct train) is good, but it...More

Thank Kosmo63
Reviewed 1 week ago

When we could not yet check-in into our bed and breakfast place, this is where we left our luggage at the cost of 6 euros per locker (can be 4 up to 8 euros depending on size). There is an information counter that is very...More

Thank vic10101
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Response from Andreas S | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is, down at the basement. Just remember coins.
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Response from Laura H | Reviewed this property |
The level of English in Helsinki is very high. If you can speak English then you can get along very easily in all tourist areas as well on transport.