LAHTI - HOLLOLA - LAHTI
FINLANDIA-HIIHTO
February 24-25th 2018

Travel to Lahti

Best ways to arrive Lahti from Helsinki
 

Lahti is located only 100 kilometers north from the Capital of Finland, Helsinki.


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Helsinki-Vantaa Airport

Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is located 16 kilometers north from Helsinki downtown - and approximately 90 kilometers south from Lahti.


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Lahti Passenger Center

Lahti Passenger Center includes both the Railway and Buss Station. It is located circa 200 meters from Lahti downtown and 1,5 from the Lahti Sport and Fair Center.

 

Railway

Train schedules:

  • VR - National Railway
  • Train from Tikkurila to Lahti takes circa 50 minutes.
  • Train from Helsinki to Lahti takes circa 1 hour.
  • Trains normally departure every 30 minutes during the work hours and every 1 hour in the evenings.
  • The most affordable cart is marked with a letter "Z". Z-train always departs/arrives to Helsinki and will always stop at Lahti.
 

Lahti railway station is located a few hundred meters from Lahti downtown and 1,5 km from Lahti Sports Center

Address:
Lahden Rautatieasema
Mannerheiminkatu 15
Lahti

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Tikkurila railway station is only 8 kilometers east from the airport. Easily accessed by a bus or a taxi.

Address:
Tikkurilan Rautatieasema
Ratatie 11
Vantaa

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Helsinki railway station is located in the middle of Helsinki downtown.

Address:
Helsingin Rautatieasema
Kaivokatu 1
Helsinki

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Bus

Bus schedules:

  • Matkahuolto
  • Bus from Helsinki Airport to Lahti takes circa 1,5 hours.
  • Bus from Helsinki to Lahti takes circa 1,5 hours.
  • Busses normally departure between 30 minutes to 1,5 hours depending of the time of the day.
 

NEW! Lahti bus station is located at same location as Lahti Railway station.

Address:
Lahden Rautatieasema
Mannerheiminkatu 15
Lahti

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Helsinki bus station is located in the middle of Helsinki downtown.

Address:
Helsingin Linja-autoasema, Kamppi
Narinkka 1
Helsinki

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Finlandia-hiihto (Finlandia Ski Marathon) is an non-profit organization. The income (after expenses) will be divided between the two organizing local sports clubs - Lahden Hiihtoseura (Lahti Ski Club) and Hollolan Urheilijat -46 (Hollola Athletics '49). By participating you are supporting local youth athletics.