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SEINÄJOKI

Useful Information about Seinäjoki

Good to Know

Getting There

Local Busroutes

Read more: www.komialiikenne.fi

By Train

Helsinki 2 h 40 min
Tampere 1 h 5 min
Oulu 2 h 44 min
Vaasa 47 min

By Air

Vaasa airport
Tampere airport

By Ferry from Sweden

Wasaline operates a daily service to Vaasa from Umeå. Seinäjoki is an hour’s drive from Vaasa.

Distances

Helsinki 357 km
Tampere 178 km
Jyväskylä 197 km
Oulu 325 km
Pori 166 km
Turku 295 km
Vaasa 80 km
Map of Finland
Map of Seinäjoki and Southern Ostrobothnia
Seinäjoki Centre

Seinäjoki Facts

Seinäjoki in Numbers

Founded in

1868

Became a City in

1960

Population on 31.12.2016

62 053
(+517)

Number of Jobs on 31.12.2014

30 054

Self-sufficiency in Employment 2014

112,1%

Employment Rate

70,6 %

Spending Power: Finland’s

sixth largest

Commercial Centre

An Events City: Over

500 000

Events Visitors in 2016

Nice to Know About Seinäjoki

Seinäjoki has never shied away from major construction projects, no matter how mad they seem, and we always get things done.

1960

Alvar Aalto Centre – an Architectural Complex of International Renown

1980

We Didn’t Have a Lake, So We Made One.

1980

We Didn’t Have a Mountain, So We Made One. 118 m – the Highest Point in the City

2000

Frami – the Heart of the Business and Science Park: 46 500 m2, 3 000 students, 80 Businesses, 1 000 Experts

2012

Apila – Finland’s Most Impressive Library

2016

OmaSP Stadion – the Most Stylish Football Stadium in the Country

2017

Expansion of Seinäjoki Areena + 7 000 m2

2017-2021

Private Sector Investments Worth €1 billion to Support the Region’s Vitality

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