Book your ferry from LÅNGNÄS to STOCKHOLM with NetFerry!
Want to book a holiday to Sweden? Find your ferry from Långnäs to Stockholm by accessing our online booking system. This web portal gives you all the information you need on the sea crossings to Stockholm from Långnäsprices, durations and timings.
The Långnäs Stockholm line is covered by 2 sailing companies that partner with NetFerry online services (Tallink Silja Line and Viking Line) which jointly provide 14 weekly sailings with travel times that range between 6 hr 20 min and 6 hr 25 min and mostly evening departures. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. These ferries provide cafes and bars along with different types of accommodation to suit all of your needs. Early booking will ensure your choice of either regular seating or cabin accomodation.
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LÅNGNÄS STOCKHOLM offers
Discounts for passengers under 17 years old
Tallink Silja Lines has special discounts for infants (0-5) children (6-11) and teenagers (12-17). The discount is applied automatically on our online booking system.
Port of LÅNGNÄS
The port of Långnäs is located on the Swedish island of Åland. The terminal was built in the 1960s and was used until 1975, then during the 1990s the port was rennovated and the construction of a large terminal was built to welcome ferries and cruise ships. This is now used as an alternative to the other port in Mariehamn. The port is about 30 kilometers from Mariehamn but the two ports are connected by shuttles and taxis, which can be booked in advance. The bus terminal is located at the exit of the port, connections coincide with the arrival of passenger ships, except at nig... [More information]
Address: Långnäsvägen, 22630, Åland Islands
Directions: Google Map @ Långnäs, port
Guide of STOCKHOLM
Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the most populous city. Located on the east coast of Sweden, where Lake Mälaren, Sweden's third-largest lake, flows out into the Baltic Sea, Stockholm has a population of about 950,000. A brief history of Stockholm Even in around 8,000 BC, there were already many people living in the area that is now known as Stockholm. This period was an ice age, and so as the temperatures dropped, the population migrated southwards. After the ice age, the temperatures increased, the land became fertile, and the community returned, the Old Town of Stockholm was buil... [More information]