Siberius Hall is a famous concert hall in Lahti, Finland. It is a concert hall named after the composer Sibelius. It was created with acoustics in mind, and the number of seats is small compared to the volume of the hall, which is an element with an even better acoustic effect. It is currently home to the Lahti Symphony Orchestra and has 1250 seats in the hall. The main is used in classical music concerts.
|Ankkurikatu 7, 15140 Lahti, Finland
|Sibeliustalo, Lahti – Tapahtumien, kokousten ja konserttien uniikki talo
The nearest airport is Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport.
|Helsinki Vantaa International Airport
|01531 Vantaa, Finland
|Helsinki-Vantaan lentoasema | Finavia
Although Lahti is a major city, it is a little inconvenient compared to Helsinki. However, Finland as a whole has well-developed means of transportation such as railroads, planes, cars and ships, so you can travel efficiently.
In Finland, the railway network operated by Finnish Railway VR covers Helsinki and even Lapland, which is the Arctic Circle.
Ferries are used to travel to the islands. It is also possible to move boats using inland waterways.
Many medium- and long-distance buses arrive and depart mainly in Helsinki. There aren’t many buses in local cities.
Vehicles drive on the right side. There are plenty of gas stations. Snow tires and head rides should always be on as the ground freezes and becomes slippery in winter.