Also known as the “Athens of Finland”, Jyväskylä is the best place to experience the work of one of Finland’s most loved architects, Alvar Aalto. Being a university city, Jyväskylä is also home to a healthy population of students, which means there’s plenty going on throughout the year – from high quality theatre and musical events to side-splitting stand-up comedy nights.
When flying to Jyväskylä, be sure to admire the view from above: seeing Finland from the window of an airplane will help you understand where the nickname “The Land of a Thousands Lakes“ comes from.
Finnair flies to Jyväskylä several times a week. All flights are operated via transfer-friendly Helsinki Airport. Book your flights today!
The airport is located 20 km north of Jyväskylä.
Flights operated by Flybe