How to get to Finland and Helsinki 

You can easily reach Helsinki by air or by ferry from Germany, Estonia, Sweden or Russia.

You need a valid national passport or other equivalent official document that satisfactorily establishes your identity and nationality. If you aren’t a citizen of Finland or another European Economic Area (EEA) country, you may also need a visa. Please check with your local Finnish Embassy.

Please check the current travelling restrictions from here and here

HOTELS available May 25 – 29, 2022

We have negotiated affordable rates for your accommodation from hotels nearby our venue

Please use the following codes when booking:

Holiday Inn Helsinki West Ruoholahti

Address: Sulhasenkuja 3, 00180 HELSINKI
Tel. +358 9 41521 000

Make your reservation from the hotel by phone or by e-mail, and use code Helsinki Letterheads 2022
Or use THIS LINK and select the date and required room type
Standard single and double room 89€/night during the event.

Clarion Hotel

Address: Tyynenmerenkatu 2 00220 HELSINKI

Tel: 010 8503820 

Make your reservation from the hotel web-site and use the code EVENTS. You will get 15% discount on the daily price.

Transportation in Helsinki 

From the Helsinki-Vantaa airport take a train to Helsinki railway station.
Metro from the Helsinki Railwaystation or Kamppi bus terminal:
stop Ruoholahti (600 m).
Takes about 2 min + walking to the venue (600 m)

Required ticket can be purchased from ticket machines or sales points: 2,80€, valid for 80 min.

Cable Factory 

A famous old factory building in Salmisaari, Helsinki, near the bridge to Lauttasaari. It was redeveloped from its industrial use into a cultural centre which hosts artists studios, newly opened House of Dance,  three museums, activities and events.

Address: Tallberginkatu 1 C 15, 00180 Helsinki