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Daytime, there are two very good options: HSL bus 615 is easy and affordable. The trip to central railway station costs 5€ and takes some 35 mins. The bus runs every 10-20 minutes between 06:30 and 00:30 on weekdays (Sat 07:00-1:00, Sun 06:05-00:30). (From city to airport, first departure is 05:10 and last 22:45.) At the airport it leaves from T1 ...


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Yes, you can. Finland is part of the Schengen Area, which means US passport holders may enter without requiring a visa for up to 90 days within any 180 day period.


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From the airport to the city center you can go by: taxi (quite expensive) bus (takes 35 minutes) In both cases, having to wait 5 hours you'll have plenty of time for a quick visit of the city center. From the train station (nice building) the senate square (with the Luteran cathedral and the university), the Esplanade and the market square are all within ...


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Yes, there's a 'rest area' of sorts if you can get airside, according to sleepinginairports, and the airport is open 24 hours. Nothing great though, unless you pay - there are hotels available. Rest Zone - The Kainuu Lounge is a space that is open to all passengers who are looking to a quiet place to rest and relax between flights. They don't offer ...


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According to the Matkahuolto.fi central bus schedule search, the last connection from Helsinki-Vantaa airport T2 to Turku leaves the airport at 22:50, arriving in Turku at 01:30. (There's also an earlier bus at 21:50 which you'll likely make if your flight is on time.) Both also serve T1 (leaving 10 minutes earlier) and involve a change of bus at Espoo's ...



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