The most common long-distance train
InterCity trains have the most diverse facilities. We make sure that commuters can use their time efficiently and that travelling with children and pets as easy as possible.
Tasty restaurant services: a restaurant car or sales trolley
Free wi-fi (VR-junaverkko)
Charge your battery – at least one power socket for every two seats
Toilets (incl. accessible toilet and child care facilities on most trains)
Comfortable seats with tray tables, reading lights and adjustable backrests
Air conditioning on most coaches
Ekstra Class for more comfortable travel
Compartments for two or four persons
Facilities for meetings and group travel
Family compartments, children's playroom, space for prams
Seats for passengers travelling with pets
Special facilities are not available on all trains. When searching for trips, select the facilities you need.
Unlocked luggage racks and overhead racks
Coin return racks for skis and snowboards
Space for bikes; please make a booking when buying a ticket (EUR 5/bike)
Space for prams on nearly all trains
InterCity train coach map
The InterCity train compositions vary. For example, the location of restaurant services or other facilities can vary depending on the train. You can view the train composition and facilities when purchasing tickets.
Eko Class, pets
Six coin return lockers for baggage
Two coin return lockers for baggage
Two bicycle spaces
16 seats for passengers travelling with pets
Two seats for passengers travelling with a large pet
Two-person and four-person compartments on the mezzanine
The width of the coach’s outer doors 85 cm
The width of the inner doors 72 cm
Aisle width 59 cm
Overhead rack height 36 cm
The IC train 27 travelling from Helsinki to Rovaniemi on Christmas Eve 2016 was nicknamed the Super Train, because it carried an exceptionally large number of passengers. The Super Train was 416 metres long and carried 1,500 passengers up north for Christmas.
Did you know?
The InterCity is a fast train. The maximum speed of InterCity trains is 200 km/h. The InterCity is our most common long-distance train. Its predecessors, the traditional express trains, have mostly been taken out of use.