About the venue

"The ruggedly beautiful granite fortress in Siltasaari, now the Paasitorni conference and congress centre, was designed by architect Karl Lindahl, and opened as the Helsinki Workers’ House, providing leisure activities, entertainment and education for the workers of Helsinki, in 1908. The building has been tastefully restored to its former glory, respecting its historic past yet meeting all the demands made of a modern conference centre."

Paasitorni (web page)

Paasitorni is located in Siltasaari in Helsinki, next to Hakaniemi square, with excellent transport links. Hakaniemi is served by several bus routes, trams and the metro. Paasitorni is approximately a kilometre away from Helsinki’s central railway station, about a 15-minute walk.

See Paasitorni on the map

Arriving by metro, tram or bus
Trams 3B, 6 and 9 run from Helsinki’s main railway station to Hakaniemi square. Trams 1 and 7A also run from the centre of Helsinki to Hakaniemi.Many buses running from Rautatientori (the square next to the main railway station, the national theatre (Kansallisteatteri) side) stop at Hakaniemi. e.g. 62, 68, 71, 75. If taking the metro from the city centre, you want to get off at Hakaniemi station.

Arriving by air
Paasitorni is 20 km from Helsinki-Vantaa airport towards the city centre. Buses between Rautatientori in the city centre and the airport (615, 615T, 615N, 615TK, 615V) stop in Hakaniemi and the total journey time is about half an hour. The journey from the airport by taxi takes 20-30 minutes.