Traveling between the hotel and Open Innovation House

EIT ICT Labs premises are located in Otaniemi, Espoo. The building where the EIT Node locates is called the Open Innovation House. Street address is Otaniementie 19. The closest bus stop is called Innopoli.

Easiest way of traveling from the hotel to the Open Innovation House is by walking to Lapinrinne bus stop and taking the bus number 103. Please note that in Finland, busses are stopped by waving hand to them when they approach the bus stop. It takes about 10 minutes to walk from the hotel to the bus stop. Whole trip, walking time included, should take around 30 minutes.

Easiest way to check for routes using public transportation is the Journey Planner (www.reittiopas.fi/en). You can either insert addresses for your starting point and destination or mark them on a map.

 

103 timetables for reaching Open Innovation House by 9 am

Screenshot of 103 timetable. One of these options can be used to reach Open Innovation House by 9 AM. Taken from the Journey Planner (www.reittiopas.fi/en)

 

Here is the route to the bus stop from which you can get into the bus 103. Yellow square is the location of the hotel. Yellow dot is the bus stop.

Here is the route to the bus stop from which you can get into the bus 103. Yellow square is the location of the hotel. Yellow dot is the bus stop.

Google Maps screenshot of Lapinrinne street, on which the bus 103 stops

Google Maps screenshot of Lapinrinne street, on which the bus 103 stops. Do note that there has been construction works on the street, so it may not look completely identical. The building on the left however can be used as a landmark: if you see it, you are on the right street.

The yellow dot shows where you should get off the bus in Otaniemi, The yellow square is where Open Innovation house is located.

The yellow dot shows where you should get off the bus in Otaniemi. The yellow square is where Open Innovation house is located.

You should hop of the buss here. The building on the left, Innopoli, is quite recognizable landmark. When you see it, press the stop-button in the bus.

 

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