Helsinki Region Transport (HSL) runs reliable bus, tram, metro, ferry and commuter train services in the whole metropolitan area. You can plan your trips with the Journey Planner – and check if walking or cycling would be a better option.
The Conference venue is near to metro station Hakaniemi, as well as tram and bus stops called Hakaniemi.
A single trip comes with one hour right of transfer . It is always cheaper to obtain tickets beforehand than to buy them from the driver. You may consider buying a day ticket (1 to 7 days). Check HSL web pages for infromation on tickets and points of sale.
Taxis have a yellow TAKSI/TAXI sign on the roof, lit when unoccupied. A taxi may be called to a specific address by calling +358 100 0700. One can also go to the nearest taxi station; hailing a passing taxi is discouraged. Usually, taxi drivers in Helsinki are professional and the cars clean and spacious. All taxis are metered and cost the same – which means that all taxis are equally expensive.
For airport connections, see section Travel to Helsinki.