Travel Finland

Moving around

...by train.


In Finland trains are popular.  And they are nearly always on time. You can buy ticket from the station or from the train. When you buy the ticket before, remember to stamp it
in the train. Tickets in trains are only sold in few carriage, so watch the signs in the windows, if there is a picture with tickets without red line crossing, it’s the place to buy. If there is a picture with tickets and its crossed by a red line you should find another carriage.
Train
People under 17 years can have a discount, because they still go as a child, so they will have a children ticket. Also students with a student card will have a discount. Ticket price will be determined by the length of the journey.
Traveling without ticket will cost you a 80 euro’s plus the ticket prize.
 
Stations names are both in Finnish and in Swedish.

Indietro: Moving by tram

Avanti: Moving by car and taxi


Facts about Finland
Finland
Facts about Finland
The biggest cities in Finland

Languages of Finland
Official languages of Finland

History
History of Finland

Culture
Finnish culture
Music from Finland

Accommodation
Hotels in Finland

How to move and travel
Moving by foot
Moving by buss
Moving by tube/underground
Moving by tram
Moving by train
Moving by car and taxi
Moving by plane

Food & Drink
Finnish food
What to drink



What to do in Finland?
What to do in summer?
What to do in winter?

Images
Eduskuntatalo - Finnish Parliament

PhotoGallery

To and from Finland
To Finland
From Finland

Tips and Links
Tips and useful sayings
Links

vacanze nel mondo
finlandonline.org una guida del circuito InfoVacanze.net