Access to the area
Rauma Lace week takes place in the city center of Rauma, more specifically in Old Rauma and the waterfront of the canal. The festival area is closed from the traffic during the week. The easiest way to move around at the festival area is by walking or by bike.
You can check the public transportation to Rauma from Matkahuolto.fi and Onnibus.com.
Please check traffic bans during the festival from the map attached (to be released in July 2017). Traffic bans concern all festival guests. If you use a wheel chair please carefully plan in advance your program for easier travel at the festival area. Old Rauma is filled with rough roads and might be uncomfortable for wheel chairs. International market however is placed on stable roads and enables easier travel.
On The Night of Back Lace (Friday 28.7.), the streets might be crowded. Please find the locations of disabled toilets from the map attached (to be released in July 2017).
More accessibility to restaurants and shops: https://www.visitrauma.fi/en/services/accessible-services/
It is not permitted to bring alcohol to the festival area. Smoking is also forbidden in front of the stage at Savilanpuisto. Please find the map of the festival attached (to be released in July 2017).
Lost & found
In case you have lost something, please contact the Lost and found at the Rauma Police Station. Open Mon – Thu 8.00 – 16.15, closed on Fridays. Tel. +358 295 417 780
Payments and ATMs
Be prepared to have cash in hand especially for the international market and craft market. You can find ATMs (money withdrawal points) from the festival area (Kauppakatu 1, and Nortamonkatu 10) and from the biggest department stores Citymarket (Karjalankatu 5), Prisma (Porintie 4) and Pick n Pay (Sahankatu 2).
The program and all the shows at Rauma Lace Week’s are mostly free of charge. Check in advance from the program sheet the prices of the exhibitions and other programs. Tickets and more information can be found from: Service Point Pyyrman, Valtakatu 2 A.
Rauma Lace Week is a green event. We started to use Bio Energy in 2016 and the program sheet is printed in recycled paper.
We have put a lot of effort to recycling containers. There are containers for every litter; energy-, bio-, metal-, glass-, and cardboard wastes. These containers are in the festival area from Wednesday 26th to Saturday 29th of July. Please find the location of recycling spots from the map attached (to be released in July 2017).