Ferries Stoccolma - Helsinki

Stoccolma

GPS coordinates:
Lat: 59.3455 Lng:18.1167
Information about Stockholm 0 information about Stockholm 2 Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and extends over 14 islands in southeastern Sweden at the mouth of Lake Malaren, in the Baltic Sea Besides being the capital of Sweden, Stockholm is home to many national cultural institutions The Stockholm region is home to three of Sweden's UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Palace of Drottningholm, Skogskyrkogården (The Woodland Cemetery) and Birka In 1998, Stockholm has been named European capital of culture It is also the city with more museums in the world, with about 100 museums The most famous is perhaps the National Museum, which contains the largest collection of art in Sweden: 16square and 30 000000 objects of art crafts The collection dates back to the days of Gustav Vasa in the 16th century, and has since been expanded with works by artists such as Rembrandt, and Antoine Watteau, as well as forming a principal part of the artistic heritage of Sweden The port of Stockholm is one of the main ports in Scandinavia This is an important point of access in Sweden, important for transporting goods and passengers from Sweden to Finland, the Baltic States and Russia Stockholm City Centre is easily reached on foot and has many restaurants, shops and amenities for travelers The Ferries depart from the Harbour to Helsinki (16 hours crossing time), Langnas, Mariehamn and Turku in Finland There is also a service to Tallinn in Estonia with a sailing time of approximately 6 hours

Helsinki

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Lat: 60.1658 Lng:24.9618
How to reach the port of Helsinki There are 3 terminals to the ferry port of Helsinki. Helsinki Olympia terminal (South) Is used for ferries in the direction of Stockholm: Olympia terminal is about 1.8 km from the Centre of Helsinki, 179 Km from Tampere and 166 from Turku. From Tampere to Helsinki and Turku take E12 E18. Helsinki West Terminal Used for the ferry to Tallinn, the West terminal is located approximately 2.4 Km from the Centre of Helsinki, 179 km from Tampere and 166 Km from Turku. From Tampere prenid the E12 towards Helsinki and from Turku E18. Helsinki Vuosaari, Hansa Terminal (East) Used for ferries to Rostock, the Hansa Terminal is located 16kms from Helsinki Centre. Take road # 170/Itäväylä, turn left to Meripellontie and then follow the signs to the ferry terminal. Information about Helsinki The port of Helsinki was founded in 1550 as a port cities competed for maritime transport in the Baltic Sea, and today is one of the region's key ferry ports. Helsinki's ferry port is the busiest in Finland with numerous links to a variety of countries such as Sweden, Estonia, Russia and Germany. Not surprisingly, a port of this size has several ferry terminal as the West terminal, which goes to Estonia and Russia, Olympia going to Sweden, Estonia and Hansa Makasiini Terminal and Katajanokka to the crossings for Germany and Poland.

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