If you're looking for information about Helsinki and what to do while you're here, you can find help throughout the city from both stationary visitor kiosks and mobile helpers. The Helsinki information booth at the railway station offers tips, advice and informational brochures about many attractions in the city. During the high season in the summer, look for Helsinki Helpers dressed in green who can be found patrolling the city. It's their job to help out visitors with information and advice.

    Public transport is easily available via metro, bus and tram all over the city, with ferries offering access to the mainland. Helsinki is a city that's dedicated to accessibility and that features a compact and easy-to-navigate centre. The city planning is focused on smooth, obstruction-free crossings, roads and pavements. The entire city is laid out to help ensure a safe and enjoyable visit. 

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