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Ferries Helsinki

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
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Capital of Finland, Helsinki overlooks the Gulf of Finland, which separates it from Estonia and the Baltic Sea. The city was built in 1550 by the Swedish king to compete with Tallinn (the capital of Estonia), which was then called Reval.

The port of Helsinki is considered one of the largest ports in Europe for passenger and vehicle traffic. The port area consists of several ferry terminals: Hansa, West, Olympia, Katajonokka and Masiin. All of them are well connected to each other.

Sweden, Estonia and the Åland Islands are easily reachable through Helsinki's port connections. Ferry crossing between Helsinki to the port of Tallinn in Estonia are guaranteed all year round by the shipping companies Eckero and Viking Line.

Departures are performed every day and connect the two capitals in about 2 hours. If you’re planning to travel to the Åland Islands, Viking Line operates the Helsinki Mariehamn ferry service with four weekly departures. Viking Line's Helsinki ships also connect Finland with Sweden arriving in Stockholm three times a week.

Passengers departing from Helsinki's West and Katajonokka ferry terminals will find a variety of facilities to meet their needs: short- and long-term parking, a waiting room, luggage storage, bars and restaurants, a store, restrooms, a game room and wifi. There are also facilities for people with reduced mobility.

The center of Helsinki offers all kinds of additional services such as accommodation, bars, restaurants, stores, banks and ATMs. It is well served by public transport and is a 10-minute drive away.

Helsinki ferries About Helsinki

Whether you are looking for nature, history, architecture, entertainment or gastronomy, Helsinki is the perfect destination that meets all the expectations of its travelers.

The city of Helsinki, in the far south of the country, is an easily accessible destination from the Baltic countries is famous for its public transport network and the many attractions surrounded by a breathtaking natural landscapes, Helsinki is one of the most green and eco-friendly capitals of Europe which offers more than 300 islands and six national parks in the surroundings.

→ Start your visit at the Senate Square, the heart of the city, where you can admire neoclassical buildings, the famous Lutheran Tuomiokirkko Cathedral and the Uzpenski Cathedral with its terrace offering a beautiful view of the Helsinki Bay. Of great architectural importance are the modern cities of Espoo and Vantaa and the characteristic Porvoo. Numerous activities are offered by this city, including various museums, concerts and festivals, and not to be missed are the famous public saunas of Allas Sea Pool and Löyly.

Ferries to Helsinki will help passengers living an amazing experience and enjoy the calm and beauty of the Baltic sea.

How to reach the boardings

Viking Line Terminal:

Address: Katajanokanlaituri 8 / Mastokatu 1, 00160 Helsink

GPS coordinates: 60°09'50.8"N 24°58'07.4"E

The Katajanokka ferry terminal is located about 2km from the city center. It is well connected to the streetcar line and a cab service.

Eckerö Line Terminal:

Address: Helsinki West Terminal T2 Tyynenmerenkatu 14, 00220 Helsinki

GPS coordinates: 60°09'02.6"N 24°54'55.4"E

Terminal West 2 is close to the city center and is well connected to Helsinki Central Station by bus, streetcar and metro. The port of Helsinki is 25 km from the airport.

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