University of Helsinki main building, City centre campus
Fabianinkatu 33, 00140 Helsinki
How to get there
NNFF9 takes place in the heart of the Helsinki city centre. The main conference venue, University of Helsinki main building, is located by the Senate Square within walking distance (600 meters) from the Central Railway Station. Tramlines 2, 4, 5 and 7 stop next to the main building.
Registration, lunch and coffee breaks, paper sessions, as well as keynote lectures will be held in the University main building. The registration desk is located in the entrance lobby of the main building.
University of Helsinki City Centre Campus
HSL Route planner – A route planner for the Helsinki metropolitan area
A limited number of rooms with special conference rates have been reserved for the period of October 24 to October 27, 2023. These can be booked in connection with the registration for the conference.
Solo Sokos Hotel Helsinki is located just around the corner of the conference venue in the city centre, between the Ateneum Art Museum and the Senate Square.
- standard room for one person, 199 euros per night
- standard room for two persons, 219 euros night
Hotel contact information:
00100, Helsinki, Finland
+358 20 1234 601
Hotel Arthur is located within walking distance (600 meters) from the conference venue, near to the Kaisaniemi Park.
- standard twin room for one person, 100 euros per night
- standard twin room for two persons, 110 euros per night
Hotel contact information:
00100 Helsinki, Finland
+358 9 173 44200
Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (Finavia) is situated 19 kilometres from the centre of Helsinki and can be reached by car in approximately 25 minutes. If you fly to Helsinki-Vantaa you can travel by train (I and P trains) or take the bus number 600 from the airport to Helsinki Central Railway Station. The Central Railway Station is located in the heart of the city centre, by walking distance from the conference hotels and the conference venue. Tickets can be purchased from ticket machines at the airport or using the HSL mobile app, which can be downloaded free of charge. When purchasing a ticket, please select the “ABC” -zone single ticket for journeys between the airport and Helsinki. A one-way ticket costs 4,10 euros. The Central Railway Station is the final stop of bus number 600 and both trains. For more information on the train and bus connections, including the timetables, please visit the HSL Journey Planner website. A taxi to city centre costs approximately 50 euros.
Is located at the South Harbour and with a regular ferry connection to Stockholm, Sweden. The terminal has an ATM, luggage lockers, a café and a kiosk. Tramlines 2 and 3 stop next to the Olympia Terminal.
West Terminal 2
Is located at the West Harbour and it concentrates on traffic to Tallinn, Estonia. The terminal has luggage lockers, a restaurant, café, kiosk, an ATM, and the Eckerö Line and Tallink Silja Line service points. Tramlines 7 and 9 stop next to the West Terminal 2.
Is located at Katajanokka, with a regular ferry connection to Stockholm and Tallinn. The terminal has a restaurant, kiosk, a money exchange, an ATM, luggage lockers, and the Viking Line service point. Tramlines 4 and 5 stop next to the Katajanokka Terminal.