Book your ferry from HELSINKI to TALLINN with NetFerry!
Are you organizing a vacation to Estonia? Search for the best ferry from Helsinki to Tallinn with Estonia ferry booking service by NetFerry. On these pages you can find out the arrival and departing times, prices and ferry operators that serve thecrossings to Tallinn departing from Helsinki.
The crossing between Helsinki and Tallinn is served by 2 different ship operators - Tallink Silja Line and Viking Line - which together provide 70 weekly sailings with travel times ranging between 2 hours and 13 hr 30 min. frequent, all day departure times for these crossings. Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles. For journeys over 6 hours, ships will provide a wide range of services on board, such as bars, shops and self-service restaurants.
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Port of HELSINKI
The port of Helsinki is the largest port in Europe for freight and passenger traffic. It is a vast port and offers services of all kinds and generates lots of wealth and jobs for the country. There are many piers and areas of the port, including the South Harbor, Katajanokka Harbor, West Harbor, Hernesaari Cruise Pier, Vuosaari Harbor, Port of Loviisa, Kantvik Harbor, Helsinki's coal quays. The passenger terminals are well connected to each other by tram and shuttle service. The Katajanokka terminal offers in-house catering services, luggage storage, currency exchange and ticket offices. The t... [More information]
Address: Lootsi 13, 10151 Tallinn, Estonia
Directions: Google Map @ Helsinki, port
Guide of TALLINN
Tallinn is a charming city on the Baltic Sea and the capital of Estonia. Here is an interesting fact about Tallinn; chimney sweeps in the city still wear 19th-century uniforms and if you come across one, be sure to touch his brass buttons, legend has it that this brings good luck! The city is a great place to explore architecture, history and art, but surprisingly also has some pleasant beaches nearby. A brief history of Tallinn Established in the 10th century, on a site known as Lindanise, by the 13th century, the Danish had created a fortified city called Reval, which was Tallinn's nam... [More information]