A typical traveller to Finland would fly in through Helsinki, Tampere or Turku airports or take the ferry (Viking Line or Silja Line) from Stockholm in Sweden, another ferry from Rostock in Germany or Tallinn in Estonia. Travel by car is also possible combining several ferries. You could cross the Finnish border from Russia in the east or through Lapland from northern Norway or Sweden.

 

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You could rent a car or take a taxi from Helsinki-Vantaa airport, or you could take the bus to Helsinki Kamppi main bus station and switch to a bus towards Ekenäs, or take the train from the Helsinki Railway station to Ekenäs. By train you would change to a local commuter train or bus in Karis (Karjaa) going in the direction of Hangö (Hanko). There is public transportation every hour during daytime.  From Turku/Åbo your best bet at writing time is the train to Karjaa/Karis and continue by local commuter to Ekenäs.

The distance from Ekenäs by road to Paddlingsfabriken is 16 kilometers. Please note that a visit should be agreed in advance, and you might optionally want to start your tour from the shores of the city center or some other places. An article with the local details will be provided soonest. If you are missing it, please ask for directions from us directly.

Websites with transportation companies that could be helpful:

http://www.matkahuolto.fi

http://www.vr.fi

http://www.wikstromsbusstrafik.fi/en/

http://www.hangonliikenne.com  (in case you travel from/to Hanko)