The venue

Finlandia Hall offers a unique environment, and is located in a park on Töölönlahti Bay in the centre of Helsinki, not far from main bus and railway stations and easily accessed from Helsinki Airport. Tram and bus stops can be found right in front of the building, and the venue is only a short walk from the city centre.

Finlandia Hall’s taxi stand can be found on Karamzininranta, in front of the K1 entrance. Taxis can also be asked to pick up guests on the Mannerheimintie side of the building.

“Finlandia Hall is a masterpiece by the renowned Finnish architect, Alvar Aalto. Its combination of an all-embracing aesthetic vision, distinctive atmosphere, and functionality is unique”.

Finlandia Hall

Address: Mannerheimintie 13e,
00100 Helsinki, Finland

Entrance: M4 or K4 doors. Door M4 faces Mannerheimintie and door K4 faces Karamzininranta.

Phone: +358 (0)9 40 241

Visit site

Venue Wi-Fi

Within the Congress venue, there is a free Wi-Fi network accessible through:
Name: nbcc2019
Password: nbcc2019

Venue restaurants

On the ground floor of the Finlandia Hall, Cafe Veranda and the park patio are open from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 7 pm. Weekdays at 11-14 pm the cafeteria offers vegetarian soup of the day and a selection of salads. Prices range from 7,40 to 14 €. Congress delegate lunch is not included to the participation fee. Delegates have a chance to participate to the lunch satellite symposia or buy lunch from Cafe Veranda.

Venue parking

Q-Park Finlandia car park next to Finlandia Hall offers 650 parking spaces. Direct undergroung passage to Finlandia Hall is available (during Finlandia Hall’s opening hours). The entrance to the car park is on Karamzininranta. Parking charges apply. For more information, please contact Q-Park on +358 (0)20 781 2400.

Organized in co-operation with the Nordic-Baltic Cardiology Alliance and the Nordic Baltic Group on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions
Nordic-Baltic Cardiology Alliance Nordic Baltic Group on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions