Port of Tallinn

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Tallinn, Harjumaa, Estonia)

The Port of Tallinn provides passenger routes to Helsinki and Stockholm, while during the summer there is an extra route to Rostock in Germany.

Tallinn to Helsinki

Eckerö Line offers a daily sailing with a crossing time of 3 hours, 30 minutes.

Silja Line offers five crossings a day with a journey time of 1 hour, 45 minutes. Tallink operates a crossing nine times every day, also taking 1 hour, 45 minutes. Nordic Jet Lines provides up to six sailings every day taking 1 hour, 40 minutes and Viking Line offers two sailings a day that each take three hours.

Helsinki is Finland's capital city and is situated on the shore of Finland in the southern part of the country. Connections by rail and road with other major cities and towns throughout the country are excellent.

Tallinn to Stockholm

Tallink runs a crossing to Stockholm once a day with a journey time of approximately six hours.

Stockholm is the principal turnaround port in Scandinavia and is easily accessed. The city centre is located very close to the port and you will be able to find excellent shops, restaurant and bars here.

Tallinn to Rostock

Silja Line offers a sailing twice a week to Rostock in Germany. Total journey time is approximately 25 hours.

Rostock is situated in northern Germany on the Warnow River on the coast of the Baltic Sea. Large parts of the city were destroyed during World War II by Allied bombings. After the war, the city became a major industrial centre.

Tallinn to St Petersburg

Silja Line ferries has a sailing to St Petersburg twice a week. Sailing time is approximately 13 hours.

St Petersburg was formally known as Leningrad and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Tallinn Port

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