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Finlandia Hall

Finlandia Hall is an award-winning conference venue in the heart of Helsinki and one of the most iconic buildings designed by Finnish architect Alvar Aalto. It combines a tranquil, yet central location with an excellent range of facilities. Throughout its history, it has served as a venue for numerous international high-level meetings and conferences. Known as Alvar Aalto’s masterpiece, it is also one of the main tourist attractions in Helsinki and worth a visit in its own right.


Mannerheimintie 13 e, 00100 Helsinki

Entrance M4.

Finlandia Hall is located in a beautiful park on Töölönlahti Bay only a few minutes’ walk from the city centre. Main bus and railways stations are within walking distance and Finlandia Hall is easily accessed from Helsinki Airport.

Finlandia Hall’s taxi stand can be found on Karamzininranta, in front of the K1 entrance. Taxis can also be asked to pick up guests on the Mannerheimintie side of the building.


Q-Park Finlandia is located nearby and connected to Finlandia Hall by an underground walkway during Finlandia Hall’s opening hours.

The entrance to the car park is on Karamzininranta. Parking charges apply and the 650-space facility is operated by Q-Park. For more information, please contact Q-Park on +358 20 781 2400. Two hours of free parking are provided to veterans and the disabled and mobility-impaired. Tickets for these spaces are available at the Finlandia Hall Service Point on Level 1.

How to get there http://www.finlandiatalo.fi/en/planning-an-event/how-to-get-here-0

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