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Would you like to find the best way to get to Turku? Search for a ferry from Stockholm to Turku through our online booking platform. Our pages give you all the info for your trip to Turku from Stockholm including the prices, timetables and duration of the crossings.
The route connecting Stockholm and Turku is operated by 2 ferry operators (Tallink Silja Line and Viking Line) who have more than 28 sailings per week with exclusively morning and evening departures and crossing times shorter than 11 hr 05 min. Ships that operate this crossing allow both vehicles and foot passengers. In addition to deck space, all ferries offer more comfortable solutions ranging from reserved seating to various cabins, suitable for singles, couples and families. There are toilets, bars, shops and self service restaurants on board.
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STOCKHOLM TURKU 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 STOCKHOLM
Stockholm has several ports but Baltic Sea passenger ferries use two terminals: Värtahamnen and Stadsgården. The Tallink Silja Line ferries depart from Värtahamnen terminal to the northeast of the centre and Viking Line ferries sail from Stadsgården, located on Södermalm island near Slussen. Both terminals have refreshments, toilets, baby change, luggage lockers, ATMs and parking available. Getting to and from the ferry terminal Stockholm ferry terminals are easily reached on public transport: buses and the metro are the cheapest while the boat bus and hop-on-h... [More information]
Address: Värtahamnen: Hamnpirsvägen 10, 11574 Stockholm Stadsgården: Tegelvikshamn, SE-11630 Stockholm
Directions: Google Map @ Stockholm, port
Guide of TURKU
Turku is on the southwest coast of Finland at the mouth of the Aura River. It is Finland’s sixth biggest, but oldest city. At one time it was the most important city in Finland, a status it retained for hundreds of years. After Finland became part of the Russian Empire in 1809, the capital was moved to Helsinki in 1812. A brief history of Turku The city was founded at the end of the 13th century, making it the oldest city in Finland and the cathedral has origins dating back to 1300. In the middle ages, the town was the unofficial capital with many members of royalty with resi... [More information]