There’s something about tram networks that suggests (and usually, affirms) that a city will be easy for tourists to navigate – and Helsinki is no exception! With an extensive tram network throughout the city center and adjacent suburbs, the city also offers convenient bus and metro lines. Tickets are transferable between all public transport options, making them your best bet for getting around. Taxis are costly and not recommended. And, though there are bike lanes, they’re better-suited to locals than tourists, given the complicated routes, challenging seasonal conditions, and the fact that pedestrians and cyclists share the same paths. The Helsinki Card not only covers admission to some of the city’s best attractions, but also provides free access to public transport.