The Funicular is the first outdoor inclined elevator in a Finnish city. The funicular offers unimpeded access to Kakolanmäki hill where there is no other public transport. The funicular will run between Linnankatu and Graniittilinnankatu at Linnankatu 55b.
Travelling on the funicular is free of charge and it serves passengers on weekdays from 4:30 am to 01:00 am and on weekends from 05:00 am to midnight.
The funicular has a lower station and a top station at both of which you can get on or off.
Because Vappu celebration, SparkUp will close the doors 30.4. at 14:30. See you once again 2.5. at 8:30!
The Pigduck designed by the artist Alvar Gullichsen swam along the River Aura to Turku in 1999.
Tue 30 Apr.: Main Library closes at 6:00 PM.
Wed 1 May: All libraries (except self-service libraries*) are closed.
A new event in Turku will be the Finfringe festival on 9-12 May.
The campaign invites highly educated international professionals to get to know job and career opportunities as well as family life in Turku Region
Thu 18 April
Elisa and the City of Turku have started together a three-year 5G partnership project, the first concrete results of which can be expected already
All the pupils of the 1st grade in Turku will start learning an A1 Language at the very beginning of the school year 2019–20.
The traffic and transport sector is undergoing a major change as the supply and demand of services is influenced by the platform economy, digitalis
Two of the awards came to Turku, as the former UBC board member, UBC Sustainable Cities Commission Chair and Environmental Manager of the City of T
The funicular running to Kakolanmäki hill is the latest landmark and tourist attraction in Turku.