Evo Campus is situated in the village of Iso-Evo in the Lammi area. Lammi is a rural district and part of the city of Hämeenlinna. It takes about 40 minutes by car from Hämeenlinna to Evo.
Evo campus is specialised in forestry. It was founded in 1862 and it was the first forest school in Finland. We have around 200 students and the number of staff is 40.
Bus connection from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport to Hämeenlinna
The most practical way to get to Evo is to come via Hämeenlinna. It takes about 40 minutes by car from Hämeenlinna to Evo. There are also some daily buses from Hämeenlinna to Evo. You can find the public transport timetables here .
The bus connection from Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport to Hämeenlinna is the easiest way to get to Hämeenlinna. From the Helsinki-Vantaa airport there are several bus connections daily to Hämeenlinna. The cost is around €18. Express buses to Hämeenlinna depart right outside Terminals 1 and 2. The ticket can be purchased from the bus driver. Please note that you may have to change buses at the Keimolanportti Service Station, about 10 minutes drive from the airport. It is best to consult the driver about the possible change. For more information about the bus schedules and other information, please visit www.matkahuolto.fi/en.
Trains from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport to Hämeenlinna
The most practical way to get to Evo is to come via Hämeenlinna. From Hämeenlinna there are several bus connections to Lammi (duration 30 – 40 minutes). There is also a direct bus connection from the Helsinki central bus station to Lammi, but it takes over three hours, so it is usually more practical to come via Hämeenlinna. You can find the public transport timetables here: https://reittiopas.hameenlinna.fi/en
There is a train connection from Helsinki-Vantaa airport to Hämeenlinna, with a change in Tikkurila train station. The train station entrance is located at the airport, in between terminals 1 and 2. The journey takes about 1,5 hours (depending of the changing time in Tikkurila), and costs from €8 to €30, depending on the type of train. The seat ticket is included in the train ticket. Please check the timetables from the web site of Valtionrautatiet (VR, Finnish railways, VR). You need to buy train tickets beforehand, as those at not sold in the trains.