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The ferry crossing from Tallinn to Helsinki is covered by our partners Tallink Silja Line and Viking Line who offer a total of 73 weekly connections with traveling times ranging between 2 hours and 10 hr 20 min (all day departures). Ferry companies working on this crossing have ships available that are suitable for cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks.
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Port of TALLINN
Tallinn port is on the north coast of Estonia and provides ferry connections to Sweden, Finland and the Aland islands. It is a vast port, with various passenger terminals for foot passengers or those with a vehicle in tow. Departures and arrivals for passengers are from Terminal A, but Tallink ferries leave from terminal D. The terminal is equipped with all facilities for travellers in transit. How to reach Tallinn port By car from the city centre, follow the visible road signs for Terminal A; at the roundabout in the port area, take the first exit on the right and follow the directions for Ch... [More information]
Address: Sadama 25/2 10111, Tallinn, Estonia Sadama 25/2 10111, Tallinn, Estonia
Directions: Google Map @ Tallinn, port
Guide of HELSINKI
Helsinki is the capital of Finland and has a population of over 1.2 million people; it is by far the most populous area of the country, as well as the hub for politics, education, research, finance, and culture. The city can proudly boast having one of the highest urban standards of living in the world and is also the northernmost capital of all of the EU member states. A brief history of Helsinki The Tavastians inhabited the present day area of Helsinki as early as the Iron Age. They used the area for fishing and hunting, but due to a lack of archaeological evidence, it is difficult to know h... [More information]