You can easily get to and from the station with several means of transport. Approximately 850 commuter trains and over 100 long-distance trains depart from the station every weekday, including trains to Russia, St. Petersburg and Moscow.

The city’s busiest metro station is located right under the Helsinki Central Railway Station. The adjacent Railway Square is an important hub for the bus traffic, and there are several tram lines passing next to the square.

All commuter trains in the Helsinki metropolitan area depart from the Helsinki Central Railway Station. The station is also the main departure point for long-distance trains in Finland.

See timetables for commuter trains at the Helsinki Region Transport area:

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From the Helsinki Central Railway Station, you can easily travel the metro line east or west. There are departures frequently every day from morning to night.

Buses leave constantly from both sides of the Helsinki Central Railway Station: the Railway Square and the Elielinaukio Square.

The nearest tram stops are located right in front of the station and by the Lasipalatsi building, on Mannerheimintie.

There are several city bike stations located in the vicinity of the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

There are several companies renting electric scooters in Helsinki. In the station area, there are usually several scooters available.

You can get a taxi in the square next to the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

In addition to street parking, there are several car parks in the centre of Helsinki. The nearest car park of the Helsinki Central Railway Station is P-Eliel.