Arriving and getting around
Uusikaupunki is located about an hour’s drive from Turku. You can get to Uusikaupunki from Turku and Pori along the E8, connecting to road 43 in Laitila. From Turku, you can also take road 192 and then connect to road 194. If you are coming from Tampere, the easiest route is to start off on road 12 and then connect to road 43 in Eura.
Parking is free in Uusikaupunki. However, please pay attention to possible time limits.
Bus or coach
There are daily coaches from Turku, on weekdays up to once an hour. With a connecting coach, you can also get to Uusikaupunki from Helsinki about 10 times a day.
There are also buses from Rauma travelling through Laitila or Pyhäranta. Onnibus coaches stop in Laitila (18 km from Uusikaupunki) where you can get a connecting bus to Uusikaupunki. The bus station is located on Rauhankatu, next to the market square. Tickets can be bought from the driver or online at www.matkahuolto.fi.
Railway station in Turku
You can travel to Turku by train from anywhere in Finland. Distance between the railway station and the bus station in Turku is less than 1 km.
Local bus number 1 operates between the Turku Airport and the city centre (about 7 km) from where you can get a coach to Uusikaupunki.
There are more than 20 coaches from the Helsinki Airport to Turku every day and even 4 direct coaches to Uusikaupunki.
Ferry port in Turku
You can travel to the Port of Turku from Stockholm and Marienhamn, Åland on Viking Line and Tallink Silja ferries. Local bus number 1 operates between the ferry terminals and the Turku bus station from where you can get a coach to Uusikaupunki.
Distances are short in Uusikaupunki and there are good cycleways. The Velhovesi ring route is a seaside cycling route through the northern parts of the Uusikaupunki archipelago. The route is about 50 km long. Visit Uusikaupunki provides bike hire during the summer season.
Lounais-Suomen Taxidata, Rauhankatu 10, tel. +358 210041.
Tori Taksi, bus station, tel. +358 2 841 2100.
The Uusikaupunki town centre is easy to get around on foot, as the distances are short.