The passenger railway network of Finland is run by VR. Finnish trains are modern and have a range of facilities. You can use the Interrail timetable to check times for trains in Finland.
Regional, intercity and high-speed trains in Finland
Interregional trains that cover long distances in southern Finland.
All trains include power outlets, a restaurant car and services for disabled passengers.
No reservations required.
Trains between cities and popular regions.
All trains include power outlets, food trolleys or a restaurant car, services for disabled passengers, space for skiing equipment or prams, family compartments and seats for passengers with allergies.
Reservations are required on nearly all routes. Make sure to check the Interrail timetable.
High speed trains between major cities.
All trains include power outlets, WLAN, a restaurant car, services for disabled passengers and seats for passengers with allergies.
Reservations are optional.
Night trains in Finland
There are several overnight options that can take you throughout the whole of Finland. Night trains have sleeping carriages and a restaurant car. Reservations are required.
Bringing bicycles on trains in Finland
Bikes are allowed on most trains. Some trains have special bike compartments. You need to buy a ticket in advance and, in the commuter traffic in the Helsinki metropolitan area, travel outside peak hours (7:00-9:00 and 15:00-18.00). Advance booking for bicycles is required on InterCity trains.