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Ferries Kapellskär Paldiski

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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
- Rental vehicles which have not been rented in Formentera
- Quads
- Caravans and campers
Remember that it is mandatory to access to the formentera.eco page.

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Are you in Sweden and want to set off to Estonia? Take a ferry Kapellskär Paldiski and start your journey through the Baltic countries!

Paldiski is a small coast town on the Gulf of Finland. Today, it has an important commercial harbour, which represents the main source of business in the area. Despite the town’s long history, during the last century it has suffered from a long period of abandonment: in 1939 Paldiski was completely evacuated after the Soviet Union invasion, and turned into a military base until the year 1994. Some military structures are still visible today, and open to visitors. History enthusiast shouldn’t miss Padise Abbey, only a 20 minutes drive from the port: it was built in 1310 and in its museum you can trace the history of Paldiski and the surrounding areas.

The port area is close to all the essential services: parking, gas stations, restaurants, bars, and hotels are within walking distance. The ferry terminal offers short term parking spots and restrooms. Check-in closes 1 hour before departure.

Paldiski is located 1 hour from Tallinn by car; along the way, you can stop at the Türisalu Cliff, a wonderful limestone formation where you can climb, bike along the trails, or just stroll on the beach.

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. Its long history is layered in the different architectural styles that merge together in harmony. Exploring the city centre, you can admire the gothic Town Hall, built in 1400, and Raekoja Square: it is here that, according to the legend, the first Christmas tree in the world was displayed. Discover the Byzantine architecture of Nevskij Cathedral: it has an astounding facade with golden mosaics and the typical onion domes. Don’t forget the medieval core of the city, walk under the stone arches of St. Catherine’s passage and monastery. Once your tour is concluded, head to one of the many public saunas of the capital, a fundamental part of the Estonian lifestyle, and just chill in the steam!

With the Kapellskär Paldiski ferries, you can embark your vehicle from Sweden and disembark less than an hour's drive from the historic capital of Estonia. Paldiski is an excellent starting point for visiting the Baltic coast, and easy access to Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland. The Kapellskär Paldiski connection is operated exclusively by the ferry company DFDS. With modern and comfortable ships, DFDS carries out the route daily throughout the year, allowing you to star your trip whenever you want. The navigation takes about 12 hours, but with the numerous services made available by the DFDS company, you can start your holiday already on board.

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Ferries Kapellskär Paldiski On board services

On this route, the DFDS company carries exclusively passengers with vehicles, so you can travel with your car, motorcycle, camping van, or bicycle.

During the crossing, you can treat yourself with a drink at the bar, dine in the buffet restaurants, shop duty-free, have fun with your kids in the dedicated playgrounds, purchase the Wi-Fi service, or relax in the lounges.

All Kapellskär Paldiski ferries have a wide selection of cabins (a cabin is mandatory for the crossing) to suit all passengers' needs, accommodating up to 4 guests, all for your exclusive use with private toilet facilities. For a cheaper solution, you can choose a standard internal or sea view cabin, if you prefer a more luxurious journey, select the deluxe Commodore cabin, where you will also have breakfast included in the cost of the ticket.

Passengers with reduced mobility will navigate comfortably on board the ferries from Kapellskär to Paldiski, thanks to the specially structured cabins and the services available, but given the limited number of accommodations, advance booking is always recommended.

🐾 If you want to travel with your pet, don't worry, because the DFDS company has pet access cabins. Remember to bring a leash and the health documentation necessary for travelling abroad.

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