Location and traveling 

The EURO Hope mini-conference 2021 will be held at Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki, Finland. Entrance from Runeberginkatu 10.

Helsinki is a vibrant and lively city on the Southern coast of Finland. If the weather is unpredictable, there are plenty of cultural and culinary attractions that can be enjoyed indoors. Helsinki has about 650 000 inhabitants and is the capital and largest city of Finland. The metropolitan area is home to 1,5 million people. 

See more at: myhelsinki.fi

COVID-19 Instructions

Please follow the instructions given by Hanken School of Economics regarding safety measurements under the ongoing pandemic. You will find the latest information here. Do not come to Hanken with cold symptoms or if you may have been exposed to infection! The organizing committee will follow given instructions and ensure a safe visit to all conference participants.

How to get here?

Helsinki is most easily reached by air. Helsinki airport has been chosen as the best airport in the world a few times and is well connected to major airports globally. More info: Helsinki Airport

There are some alternatives to flying. Ferries operate from Tallinn and Stockholm daily and from St. Petersburg you can take the train. Because of its location, Finland is tough to reach by land or sea but not impossible! 

Ferry companies: Eckerö Line (Tallinn-Helsinki) TallinkSilja (Stockholm-Åland-Helsinki, Tallinn-Helsinki) Viking Line (Stockholm-Åland-Helsinki, Tallinn-Helsinki)

Info on trains: VR Group

Please check here the latest guidelines for border traffic during Pandemic in Finland.

We welcome you to Helsinki, Finland!