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Helsinki ▷ Travemuende


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Next departures to Helsinki - Travemuende

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Wed, 12/12/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnlady
Thu, 12/13/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnmaid
Fri, 12/14/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnstar
Sat, 12/15/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnlady
Sun, 12/16/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnmaid
Mon, 12/17/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnstar
Tue, 12/18/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnlady
Thu, 12/20/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnstar
Sat, 12/22/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnlady
Thu, 12/27/2018
17:00
Finnlines
Finnlady

Next departures to Travemuende - Helsinki

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Thu, 12/13/2018
03:00
Finnlines
Finnstar
Fri, 12/14/2018
03:00
Finnlines
Finnlady
Sat, 12/15/2018
03:30
Finnlines
Finnmaid
Sun, 12/16/2018
03:00
Finnlines
Finnstar
Mon, 12/17/2018
03:00
Finnlines
Finnlady
Tue, 12/18/2018
03:00
Finnlines
Finnmaid
Wed, 12/19/2018
03:00
Finnlines
Finnstar
Thu, 12/20/2018
03:00
Finnlines
Finnlady
Sat, 12/22/2018
03:30
Finnlines
Finnstar
Mon, 12/24/2018
18:00
Finnlines
Finnlady

Helsinki

Helsinki
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.

Travemuende

Travemuende
Information about Travemuende
Travemünde is a district of Lübeck, Germany, at the mouth of the Trave river in the Bay of Lübeck. Travemünde was founded as a stronghold built by Henry the Lion, Duke of Saxony, in the twelfth century to monitor the mouth of the river, and the Danes later fortified it. It became a city in 1317 and in 1329 it came under the control of the free city of Lübeck. Its fortifications were demolished in 1807.

Travemünde is an old seaside resort (as early as 1802) and the largest German ferry port on the Baltic Sea, with destinations for Sweden, Finland and Estonia. The lighthouse dates back to 1539 and is the oldest on the German Baltic coast. Another attraction of Travemünde is the ship Passat, a Flying P-Liner and ship-museum anchored at the mouth of the river Trave.