How to get to ITFT 2024?

Conference Venue: Hotel Klaus K
Address: Bulevardi 2-4, Kamppi, 00120 Helsinki, Finland


About Helsinki

Helsinki is a charming seaside city with a unique twist. Located on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, Helsinki is a place where urban culture meets coastal nature. The easy-going Nordic lifestyle and friendly locals make it easy to fall in love with this northern city – the capital of the happiest country in the world.

Helsinki has theatres, an opera and ballet company, and several symphony orchestras. An annual Helsinki festival features world-famous orchestras and artists and a program of rich variety. In addition to museums and galleries, cultural landmarks include a modern city theatre by Timo Penttilä and a concert building by Alvar Aalto. Other architectural features of the city are the Helsinki Olympic Stadium, built for the 1952 Olympic Games, and the railway station (1914), designed by Eliel Saarinen.

The modern and timely public transportation system of Helsinki is an excellent way to get around. With a single ticket, you can hop aboard trams, buses, commuter trains, the metro, and even the municipal ferry to Suomenlinna as long as your ticket is valid. Single and day tickets for all zones can be purchased using the HSL mobile app or from HSL ticket machines, R-kiosks, and other HSL sales points.