Getting to the city from the Airport The Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is located about 25 km out of the city centre. Getting to the city is easy enough: you can catch the Finnair City (=Airport Express) bus that
runs every 20 minutes and goes directly to the city centre with only one scheduled stop along the way. The last run of this bus to the centre is at 1.10am. The bus will pick up passengers in front of both terminals. Travel to the final stop (Central Railway Station)
and walk to the hotel from there. The fare is 6,20€ and you can also pay with major credit cards. See this timetable for schedule and maps. If you arrive late at night, you can catch a taxi in the front of the terminal. This will cost about 30€ to your hotel. Getting to the Airport from the city centre The Finnair City bus runs every 20 minutes and takes about 35 minutes (6,20 eur). It leaves from Elielinaukio square next to the Central Railway Station and has only 1
scheduled stop along the way. It will drop passengers off at both terminals. Getting to your hotel from the Central Railway Station The Hotel Arthur is about
400m walk from the Central Railway Station. Walk through the Central Railway Station hall. Walk straight across the Rautatientori square (few bus platforms and empty space). You reach Mikonkatu. Follow Mikonkatu towards your left. Turn right on
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Vilhonkatu. Turn left on Vuorikatu. Walk this street until you reach the hotel. Getting around Helsinki Helsinki is a relatively small city and all the locations are within easy reach. When you arrive to the hotel, there is an envelope waiting for you (the envelopes will be delivered on Saturday, so if you arrive earlier, you may have to ask for it later). This envelope will contain a travel card, that allows you to use trams, trains, metro and buses within Helsinki area. So do carry this canadian pharmacy victoza card with you all the time as you will need to validate your trips with the machines in the vehicles. There will be also a map that has the most important locations marked for you. On Monday morning we will arrange a person to come and pick you up from the hotel at 8:30, so you fill easily find the workshop venue. In case you arrive earlier, you can buy a daily transportation ticket or one-time tickets in R-kioski, Central Railway Station and vending machines at some stations or the vehicle itself except for the metro. It is cheaper to buy the ticket before (2€) than in the bus or tram (2,5€). But as said, Helsinki is fairly small city and main attractions are mostly within walking distance. Spring weather in Helsinki Finland is quite a bit more North than most of your homes and the temperature will be much lower than at home. So be prepared with some warmer clothing. The temperature can be anything between +10 and +20 celcius. It can be sunny and relatively warm, or windy, rainy and quite cold. As we will spend some time outdoors, do bring a coat or jacket that keeps the rain and shoes that are comfortable to wear when walking in woods or biking in town. Health problems and medical emergencies Naturally, we hope that your stay in Helsinki will run smoothly with no health-related problems. However, if someone’s life, health, property or the environment is in danger, the most important thing is to dial the emergency number 112 soon as possible. You should also dial the emergency number to inform the police if you are witnessing a crime being committed. In less urgent health problems, the public health care system is also available to foreign visitors. If you are an canadian pharmacy EU citizen, you should bring along your European health insurance card as it will make things easier if you need to seek public health care. Do take a personal travel insurance to cover possible costs of visits to a doctor and buying medicine. Money matters Helsinki can be quite a bit more expensive than home so reserve a little bit more for your shopping or coffee. Major credit cards are widely accepted even for a small purchases. Euro is the currency in Finland. Tourist information You can familiarize yourself with Helsinki beforehand in http://www.visithelsinki.fi/In_English/Visitor.iw3 The City of Helsinki Tourist Information Office provides information on sights, excursions, events and services in Helsinki free of charge. The main Tourist Information Office is located by Market Square; there is also an information point at the Railway Station Hotel Booking. Here, you can also collect maps and information leaflets, book sight-seeing tours and get suggestions on things to do. The staff canadianpharmacy-rxedtop.com in very helpful and speaks several major European languages.