This year, we've partnered with HSL, Helsinki public transport service, to offer you free transport in and around the city. What? Free travel? Yes you read correctly! 😊

How to Get your Free Transport Ticket?


👉 Check out your mail box, you will receive a newsletter on Monday with your code



  1. 1. Download the HSL App
  2. 2. Choose 'Redeem your Ticket' and add your code
  3. 3. Fill in your name, phone number and email
  4. 4. Note: Password field is not necessary
  5. 5. That's it! 🙌



Tuesday 3rd December to Thursday 5th December

⚠️ Code cannot be activated before validity date

Still not sure how to get your ticket, watch the video here 👇

Getting Around

Helsinki has a well working public transport system (HSL) consisting of bus, tram, metro, local railway and ferry services. With a single ticket you can hop aboard trams, busses, the metro and even the ferry to Suomenlinna. The HSL area is divided into four zones and ticket prices are based on the distance traveled, i.e. on the distance from the center of Helsinki. Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen form zones A, B and C.

👉The Journey Planner is HSL’s route and timetable service for the users of public transport in Helsinki Metropolitan area.  

How to get from the airport to the city centre

Local trains I and P operate between Helsinki Airport and the city center on the Ring Rail Line. The journey time between the airport and the city center (Central Railway Station) is approximately half an hour. Train from the airpot is FREE for #DTTTGlobal, saving you 5 euros each way.

How to get to Dipoli

We suggest you to use the public transport when arriving to Dipoli. You can get there easily from Helsinki city center by metro. Take the metro M1 or M2 to direction Matinkylä or Tapiola. The nearest stop to Dipoli is called Aalto-Yliopisto. There is a short walk from the metro station to Dipoli. 

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