The Tourist Information Office of the City of Jämsä is located on the main street, in the very centre of the city. You are most welcome to drop by in our office for tourist information all year round. You can also contact us by email or by phone. In summer, our mobile ASK ME! tourist information assistant is available at Himos few days a week and on Saturdays, in events and various tourism companies. In our tourist information office, you can find the tourist guides and maps of Jämsä and surrounding region, including brochures of the biggest cities of Finland. Himos-Jämsä brochures can be found at the tourist information-office, local tourism companies, largest grocery stores, and in the library. You can also read our brochures in the internet, or order a paper version at home.
The nearest airports are in Tampere and Jyväskylä (Tikkakoski). There is a train connection to Jämsä from the international airport of Helsinki-Vantaa. Find Airports in Finland and specific address and other more detailed arrival and departure instructions by train, bus, car and taxi.
The lively and vibrant Himos-Jämsä region is located in central Finland, in the heart of the country.
The drive from Helsinki takes only 2,5 hours, and the area boasts a wealth of different tourist activities.
Read the brochure here.
Travelling in the Heart of Finland
Whatever it is you fancy, the Heart of Finland offers hundreds of experiences to suit all tastes! Sights, events, new experiences and various accommodation options ranging from the urban to the wild frontier. Our cosy cities and villages as well as the nature that will active your senses create the perfect setting for your holiday. Read the brochure here.
Health care services
The Jämsän Terveys Oy health centres are the primary places to receive treatment when you feel that you need help with health related matters. At the health care centre, your care needs will be assessed, and if needed a time will be booked with a nurse or doctor. When the health centres are closed, urgent medical problems are treated by the first aid services.