Ferries Mariehamn (Åland Islands) Tallin

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Next departures to Mariehamn (Åland Islands) - Tallin

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Mon, 07/15/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Gabriella
Mar, 07/16/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Wed, 07/17/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Gabriella
Thu, 07/18/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Fri, 07/19/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Gabriella
Sat, 07/20/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Sun, 07/21/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Gabriella
Mon, 07/22/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Mar, 07/23/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Gabriella
Wed, 07/24/2024
22:55
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella

Next departures to Tallin - Mariehamn (Åland Islands)

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Mon, 07/15/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Mar, 07/16/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Gabriella
Wed, 07/17/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Thu, 07/18/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Gabriella
Fri, 07/19/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Sat, 07/20/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Gabriella
Sun, 07/21/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Mon, 07/22/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Gabriella
Mar, 07/23/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Viking Cinderella
Wed, 07/24/2024
14:00
Viking Line
Gabriella

Mariehamn (Åland Islands)

Mariehamn (Åland Islands)
Information about Mariehamn
Mariehamn is the capital of the autonomous province of the Åland Islands with 11.286 inhabitants (2012 data), and is located on the island of Fasta Åland.

Mariehamn is home to the government and parliament of Åland and 40% of the population lives in the capital. As for the rest of Åland Mariehamn is Swedish speaking; Finnish is taught in schools, but it is not an official language.

The city is named after Marija Aleksandrovna, empress consort of Alexander II of Russia. Mariehamn was founded in 1861, around the village of Övernäs, which at the time belonged to the municipality of Jomala. Mariehamn expanding has incorporated other territories of the neighboring municipality. The capital is located on a peninsula, and has two major ports, located on the east and west coast.
The western port is a marina, while the eastern port is very important for its international airports which connect Åland daily to Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Latvia. Ships sailing the Baltic, stopping at Åland, enjoy tax relief due to the fact that the latter is not part of the European customs union, thus making it possible to tax-free sales on board the vessels. Mariehamn International Airport (MHQ) is located in the neighboring municipality of Jomala, 3 kilometers northwest of the city center.

Åland and Mariehamn have a respectable heritage at sea. The Flying P-Liner Pommern ship, now a museum ship, is anchored in the western port. In the western port one can visit one of the largest marinas in Scandinavia. The popular Dutch steamer Jan Nieveen (now called F.P. von Knorring, pub-restaurant) is located in the western port.

Tallin

Tallin
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


Customer service 5 days a week

Customer service 5 days a week from Monday to Friday 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM / 4:0 PM - 19:00 PM, Saturday and sunday cloesd.