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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
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Turku, formerly Aboen, is the sixth city of Finland and is located in the southwest of the country at the mouth of the river Aura. During the period of the Swedish kingdom, Turku was the capital of Finland until 1812 but after the Russian-Swedish war, the capital was transferred to Helsinki. The city remained however bilingual: Finnish and Swedish are the official languages.

The port of Turku was mentioned for the first time in the book of the writer al-Idrisi's in the 12th century. It extends on a broad zone of the southern littoral of the city of Turku, from the mouth of the river Aura to the district of Pansio. Because of its strategic location in the southwest corner of Finland, the port of Turku offers the most efficient route to the Baltic Sea.

The ferry departures from the port of Turku reach the ports of Stockholm (Sweden) and Mariehamn (Åland archipelago) by the connections assured by the shipping company Viking Line.

The travelers from the port of Turku will find in the ferry terminal various services like luggage storage, bars/cafes, toilets, paying parking, access and assistance for the persons with reduced mobility, money machines. The city center is only 3 km away from the ferry terminal.

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Turku is the historical Finnish city par excellence. The banks of the river Aura invite you to a walk along the medieval cobbled streets which in summer are transformed into the real beating heart of the city. By crossing the bridge or taking the free Föri ferry, you'll arrive on the west bank, where the main sights of the city are located, such as the castle, the maritime center Forum Marinum and its fleet, including the Suomen Joutsen.

A few steps away from the market place, you will find the recently renovated Art Museum, the covered market and the central library. Turku Cathedral is the most important religious building in Finland and the witness of many events in Finnish history. 

Turku abounds in small restaurants and cafés in the city center or along the quays of the river Aura. The archipelago of Turku is very vast. Why not take advantage of it and go for a walk or a bicycle ride and admire its wild and protected nature.

How to reach the boardings

Address: 1. Linja, 20100 Turku

Gps coordinates: N/lat 60°26.0298', E/lon: 22°13.3030' / check-in vehicles N/lat 60°43.3965', E/lon: 22°22.8520'

A bus stop is located 150 m from the terminal. The train station is located near the main ferry docks to Stockholm. Schedules are scheduled to correspond with ferry arrivals and/or departures. Helsinki is about 170 km from Turku via the E18 highway.