Ferry to Tallin - Stockholm, Baltik

Ferries Tallin - Stockholm

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Address of the port of Tallinn
Tallink Silja, Tallinn 10120, Uus-Sadam, Terminal D, Estonia
Reaching the port of Tallinn
by car: from the ferry port of Tallinn is about 0.8 Km from the city centre. The ferry terminal is signposted coming from all directions. In Estonia any vehicle must keep the lights on all day.
By train: from Tallinn trains arrive in Moscow and St Petersburg. From the train station take Metro number 1 and 2 to the ferry terminal, or alternatively walk is 10 minutes from the station.
Park at the port of Tallinn
Long and short term parking spaces are available close to the terminal with the following prices:
-50 EEK/24 hours
-15 EEK/1-1 .5 hours
-25 EEK/ -2.5 1.5 hours
-40 EEK/3-12 hours
Information about Tallinn
Tallinn is the capital of Estonia as well as its main port, is located on the north coast of the country, overlooking the Baltic Sea, as the crow flies is divided by 80 kilometers of Baltic Sea from Helsinki, the latter located further north, moreover Tallinn is also the most populous city and largest economic and commercial center of the Estonian country.

Its medieval Old Town, an ancient Hanseatic port, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

Tallinn was the European Capital of Culture for the year 2011 along with the Finnish city of Turku.
Several dozen daily ferry services, with travel time of 1.5 to 4 hours (depending on the type of boat) connect Tallinn to Helsinki in Finland. There are also ferry lines from Tallinn to Stockholm, Sweden; Åland (Ahvenanmaa) in Finland; St. Petersburg in Russia and Rostock in Germany.


Information about Stockholm
Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, stands on a large archipelago in the Baltic Sea and includes 14 islands and more than 50 bridges. Gamla Stan, the historic center with its cobblestone streets and ocher-colored buildings, is home to Storkyrkan Cathedral, Kungliga Slottet royal palace and Nobel Museum, which focuses on the Nobel Prize. Between one island and another, you can take boat trips or take a ferry.
Stockholm is regularly connected with Helsinki and Turku (in Finland), with Tallinn (Estonia) and Riga (Latvia) thanks to numerous ferry lines. Until 1998 there was also a direct connection with St. Petersburg, Russia.