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Ferries Tallinn

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Tallinn, located on Estonia's northern coast, is the country's capital, major economic and commercial centre and the Baltic republic's main port.

Due to its strategic location on the Baltic Sea, the port of Tallinn accomodates around 6 million passengers each year. The port area is vast and within it there are terminals dedicated to travellers both on foot and by vehicle. From Terminal A you can reach Finland at any time of the year.

The port of Tallinn is a modern terminal and has all the necessary facilities for passengers in transit such as a waiting room, toilets, shop, bar, restaurant and service station as well as a car park. If you need hotels, supermarkets, ATMs and other services, you can walk to the city centre in a few minutes or use public transport with the city bus line 2.

Ferry departures to and from Tallinn are operated by the two ferry companies Eckero and Viking Line allowing you to land in Helsinki at any time, thanks to frequent connections throughout the day. Due to the short distance between the two countries, the connection is very fast, in less than 3 hours you can arrive in Finland.

Tallinn ferries About Tallinn

The charming capital Tallinn, with its fairytale and medieval atmosphere, is definitely a city worth discovering! With ferries to Tallinn you can get there comfortably, even in your own vehicle.

Let the pastel-coloured buildings and cobbled streets enchant you, lose yourself in the ancient palaces and discover the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town. Take a romantic stroll along the ancient city walls with its medieval towers and many restaurants and museums.

Start in the old town, located on a hill. Here you will find Toompea Castle, built in the 14th century. Today it houses the Estonian Parliament and can be visited from the inside, thanks to careful restoration. Also in the Old Town you can see the Aleksandr Nevsky Cathedral, an Orthodox building whose onion domes dominate the panorama of the entire city.

For a bite to eat and some shopping, head to the main square, Raekoja plats, the heart of the city. Here you will find the town hall, built in the Middle Ages and still used for the same purpose. The square hosts all the main city events, including the Christmas markets. Also, according to legend, it was here that the first public Christmas tree was displayed, back in 1441.

Head to Kadriorg Park, where you will find the elegant Kadriorg Palace, restored by Tsar Peter the Great in the Baroque style. Inside the palace, in addition to the opulent stucco and gold decorations, is the Art Museum of Estonia, which also has important installations in the surrounding park.

Immerse yourself in the green! On the outskirts of Tallinn, you will find the enchanting Kõrvemaa nature reserve, where you can spot several rare species: brown bear, grey wolf, lynx and black stork. After a beautiful and challenging hike, you can stop for a rest on the banks of one of the many lakes that characterise this reserve, and maybe even organise a picnic.

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How to reach the boardings

Address: Sadama 25, 10111 Tallinn

GPS coordinates: 59° 27'N 24° 46'E

Tallinn Port (Terminal A) is only 1.5 km from the Old Town and can be reached on foot in about 20 minutes or by public tram or bus connection. It is about 5 km from the airport and easily accessible by car along the E67 or by taxi.

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