Relation between Indian Embassy in Helsinki, Finland and Finland Embassy in India is warm and friendly, characterized by regular, high-level political and official visits. It was during Jawaharlal Nehru that the diplomatic relations with India and Finland had been established and Finland appointed its first Resident Ambassador in India in 1949 and India opened its Diplomatic Mission in Helsinki in 1968. Embassy of India in Finland is also promoting the Indian culture and tourism and maintaining the bilateral relations. There are number of top tourist attractions in Finland like Old Rauma, the Island Fortress of Suomenlinna, St. Olaf's Castle, Olavinlinna, The King's Road, Turku, Arktikum Science Museum, Retretti Art Centre in Punkaharju, The Aland Islands, Lapland and Ainola.
INDIAN EMBASSY IN HELSINKI, FINLAND
2A 8, Satamakatu,
00160 Helsinki, Finland
Office Hours: 08.30 to 17.00 (Monday to Friday)
Visa and Passport
Service hours: 0900 to 1200 hours (Receipt of applications/documents) 1400 to 1630 hours (Delivery of documents)
Telephone No. 0600-9-3232 (from 0930 to 1230 hours)
No Service between 1200 and 1400 hours.
Applicants are advised to check whether the Embassy is working on a particualr day. An appropriate notice is put up in the Embassy premise about the forthcoming holidays.