Finland

Train in Finland

    Come on, let’s go. Enter that info. It’s time to really Finnish.

    All the daydreaming and it now comes down to this. It’s time to watch the options for your dream itinerary really appear. Country passes? Or city-to-city tickets? We’ll help you decide what’s better for you, including instant pricing to know what makes the most financial sense, too. So book now.

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    Number of Travelers
    Adults
    (26+)
    Youth
    (12-25)
    Children
    (4-11)
    Seniors
    (60 +)

    And what if you’re not finished at Finnish?

    Consider the almighty rail pass. The affordable way to venture in and around bordering countries, and travel spontaneously with ease. Why not start by checking out our most popular passes below. Because even if you’ll never be Finnish, at least then you’ll feel like you’re done.

    Some trains require reservations. Does yours?

    Feel free to hop on and off Finland’s trains without reservations using your pass. But reservations are recommended when traveling on domestic IC and Pendolino trains. And they are required when traveling to and from Russia. Reservations are at an additional cost and can be requested within 60 days of your travel date.

    IN THE SPOTLIGHT
    Girls on the train view their cell phone

    International cell phones. Smooth operating.

    Why wouldn’t you get an international cell phone that you know will work in 140 countries, or buy a global phone card from a company you know? …A company you trust?...A company that won’t leave you hanging?

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