Conference Venue

The European Navigation Conference will be held at the Finlandia Hall. Finlandia Hall in Helsinki is the leading congress, event and entertainment venue in Finland. Centrally located, in park-like surroundings, it is a masterpiece by the great Finnish architect Alvar Aalto and worth a visit in its own right.

Finlandia Hall
Mannerheimintie 13
00100 Helsinki, Finland


How to get to Finlandia Hall?

It is centrally located, tram and bus stops can be found right in front of the building and it is a short walk from the city centre.

Getting around Helsinki using public transport is easy. A journey planner, timetables and maps can be found at:

From Helsinki Airport to Finlandia Hall

Distance: 20 km
Time: 30-45 min by car/taxi

From Helsinki Vantaa Airport, take buses 415, 451, 615 or the Finnair bus to downtown Helsinki. You can also take the local P or I train from the Airport to the city centre. Arrive at Helsinki central railway station.

From the Helsinki Central Station to Finlandia Hall

Distance: 800 m
Time: 5-10 min walk, 5 min by tram

From Helsinki Central Station it is a short walk to Finlandia Hall. You can also take a tram, walk along Kaivokatu to Mannerheimintie to the front of Sokos department store and take tram no 4, 7A or 10. Alight at the next stop at Mannerheimintie in front of Finlandia Hall (The National Museum stop).


The Final Technical Program for ENC 2016 is now available!


Indoor Positioning Summit colocated with ENC 2016

InLocation Alliance will be hosting an Indoor Positioning Summit on 30 May 2016 in Finlandia Hall, Helsinki, Finland with the Open Geospatial Consortium and the European Commission i-Locate Project.

The Social Program at ENC 2016


Mr. Matthias Petschke, Director for European Satellite Navigation Programmes in the EC as the Opening Keynote Speaker!


On-line registration to ENC 2016 has opened