Sipoonkorpi Hop-on Hop-off bus service

This summer, Sipoonkorpi National Park will once again be easily and ecologically accessible with the Sipoonkorpi Hop-On Hop-Off bus. The bus will run on Saturdays and Sundays during the summer season, just like last summer.

The Sipoonkorpi Hop-On Hop-Off bus will run again at summer weekends between 18 May and 13 October 2024. The route of the bus will otherwise be the same as in 2023, but instead of the Mellunmäki metro station, the last stop in Helsinki will be the Itäkeskus metro station. In addition, the bus stops in Helsinki will include the Puotila metro station and Fallbacka.

Picture: Vantaan kaupunki, Hele Teutari

Schedule and route 2024

The Hop-On Hop-Off bus route will run from Tikkurila through the Koivukylä station and Kuusijärvi to Nikkilä, Sipoo. From there, the bus will travel through Sipoo Old Church, Sipoonjoki smoke sauna and Korvenportti to the Itäkeskus metro station. The final stops of the route are Tikkurila, Nikkilä and Mellunmäki. This summer, the route will have 17 stops whereas last year there were only 15.

Jump aboard and come to enjoy the nature of Sipoonkorpi, Finlands most forested forest!

The bus operates between 18 May and 13 October 2024 every Saturday and Sunday as follows:


Timetable between 18 May and 13 October 2024, every Saturday and Sunday:

09:00 Tikkurila Travel Centre
09:04 Lummetie
09:07 Malmimäki
09:13 Koivukylä station
09:15 Kytötie
09:21 Kuusijärvi
09:31 Byabäcken
09:36 Prästbackantie
09:41 Old Church of Sipoo
09:45 Nikkilä library
09:47 Old Church of Sipoo
09:52 Prästbackantie
09:59 Korvenportti
10:02 Bakunkärr
10:04 Knuters parking area
10:11 Östersundom K-Market
10:20 Fallpakka
10:23 Puotila metrostation
10:25 Itäkeskus metrostation

10:30 Itäkeskus metrostation
10:32 Puotila metrostation
10:35 Fallpakka
10:44 Östersundom K-market
10:51 Knuters parking area
10:54 Bakunkärr
10:56 Korvenportti
11:03 Prästbackantie
11:08 Old Church of Sipoo
11:15 Nikkilä library
11:17 Old Church of Sipoo
11:22 Prästbackantie
11:27 Byabäcken
11:37 Kuusijärvi
11:43 Kytötie
11:45 Koivukylä station
11:51 Malmimäki
11:55 Minttutie
12:00 Tikkurila Travel Centre

13:00 Tikkurila Travel Centre
13:04 Lummetie
13:07 Malmimäki
13:13 Koivukylä station
13:15 Kytötie
13:21 Kuusijärvi
13:31 Byabäcken
13:36 Prästbackantie
13:41 Old Church of Sipoo
13:45 Nikkilä library
13:47 Old Church of Sipoo
13:52 Prästbackantie
13:59 Korvenportti
14:02 Bakunkärr
14:04 Knuters parking area
14:11 Östersundom K-Market
14:20 Fallpakka
14:23 Puotila metrostation
14:25 Itäkeskus metrostation

14:30 Itäkeskus metrostation
14:32 Puotila metrostation
14:35 Fallpakka
14:44 Östersundom K-market
14:51 Knuters parking area
14:54 Bakunkärr
14:56 Korvenportti
15:03 Prästbackantie
15:08 Old Church of Sipoo
15:15 Nikkilä library
15:17 Old Church of Sipoo
15:22 Prästbackantie
15:27 Byabäcken
15:37 Kuusijärvi
15:43 Kytötie
15:45 Koivukylä station
15:51 Malmimäki
15:55 Minttutie
16:00 Tikkurila Travel Centre

16:15 Tikkurila Travel Centre
16:19 Lummetie
16:22 Malmimäki
16:28 Koivukylä station
16:30 Kytötie
16:36 Kuusijärvi
16:46 Byabäcken
16:51 Prästbackantie
16:56 Old Church of Sipoo
17:00 Nikkilä library
17:02 Old Church of Sipoo
17:07 Prästbackantie
17:14 Korvenportti
17:17 Bakunkärr
17:19 Knuters parking area
17:26 Östersundom K-Market
17:35 Fallpakka
17:38 Puotila metrostation
17:40 Itäkeskus metrostation

The bus service ends in Itäkeskus.

The times are estimates. We reserve the right to make changes to the timetable.


Prices 2024

The price of a day ticket is EUR 5, and a one-way single ticket costs EUR 3. Children under the age of 7 travel for free.

Tickets are bought from the driver and paid with either cash or card. Having the exact change is preferred so that people can get on the bus as smoothly as possible.


Tips for hiking in Sipoonkorpi

With the Sipoonkorpi Hop-on Hop-off bus, you can also do one-way hikes in Sipoonkorpi. How about breakfast at Lake Kuusijärvi and lunch at Restaurant Tila in Knuters in Sipoo after a relaxing forest hike? Read more about Sipoonkorpi on the pages of the Finnish Forest and Park Service.

You can find information about the services at Lake Kuusijärvi  on Vantaa’s website under this link:

From the link below, you can enjoy the adventures of Kesä-Kride in Sipoonkorpi:
Delicacies and splashing in the Sipoonkorpi National Park – without a car!


Picture: Suvi Suovaara