Transport networks by air, rail, road and water are comprehensive and reliable. You can get around by plane, bus, car, train, steamship, cruise ship, bicycle, skis or sleigh. We recommend you take your time and choose the most environmentally friendly options. Slow travel is the best way to travel.
What is the main transportation in Finland?
Bus is the main form of long-distance transport in Finland, with a far more comprehensive network than the train system. Buses run on time and are rarely full. Intercity buses fall into two main categories: vakiovuoro (regular), stopping frequently at towns and villages; and slightly pricier pikavuoro (express).
Is it expensive to travel in Finland?
You should plan to spend around €125 ($148) per day on your vacation in Finland, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, €28 ($33) on meals for one day and €30 ($35) on local transportation.
How can I go to Finland?
The only way one can enter Finland through the road, whether by train or by bus, is if you are on the Russian border. You can also take a bus from Sweden and Norway to Finland, if you are in one of these countries. Another option is to drive down to the ports of these countries and take a ferry to enter Finland.
Is public transport free in Finland?
Public transport in Tallinn, Estonia has been free since 2013 but that’s not likely to happen in Finland any time soon. In a bid to reduce congestion and cut traffic emissions, some cities around the world have made their public transportation systems free-of-charge.
How much is a meal in Finland?
According to Numbeo, an inexpensive meal in Finland costs about 10 euros, whereas a meal for two in a mid-range restaurant costs 60 euros.
How many days are enough for Finland?
If you plan a trip to Finland, 7 days would be my minimum recommendation for you to experience everything that it has to offer.
What food is popular in Finland?
7 classic Finnish dishes you need to try!
- Bread cheese or Finnish squeaky cheese.
- Classic Finnish rye bread.
- Creamy salmon soup.
- Karelian pasties/pies.
- Sautéed reindeer.
- Blood dumpling soup.
- Salty liquorice.