Ferry to Estonia
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Ferries to Estonia
There are several ferry routes to Estonia. The shortest route to Estonia is the ferry from Helsinki (Finland) to Estonia. But you can also travel from the Swedish capital, Stockholm to Tallinn. On this page you'll more information about the various crossings to Estonia.
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Finnlines, Viking Line, and Tallink Silja are the most active ferry companies on the crossings to Estonia. Ferries to Estonia leave from Stockholm, Helsinki, the Aland Islands and Kapellskar (Sweden).
The crossing from Tallinn to Helsinki is the fastest and shortest crossing, 2 hours over 80 km. If you sail from Sweden to Estonia your travel time will be around 16 hours while crossing more than 370 km.
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From Finland to Estonia
The route from Finland to Estonia is one of the busiest ferry routes in Europe. Tallink Silja and Viking Line are 2 of the biggest operators on this route in the Finnish Gulf. The ferry sails from Helsinki to Tallinn and vice versa. In about 2 hours you sail from the Finnish capital to Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The distance covered by this ferry is around 80 km and tickets start at around €25,-
Estonia ⇔ Finland
Ferry from Sweden to Estonia
There are several options to sail by ferry from Sweden to Estonia. The most well-known route is the ferry from Stockholm to Tallinn. Other options are to sail from Kapellskär to Paldiski and from the Aland Islands to Tallinn.
Estonia ⇔ Sweden
Ferry from Germany to Estonia
There are no direct ferries at the moment from Germany to Sweden. But if you travel to Stockholm first from Rostock and then from Stockholm to Tallinn you have quite a straightforward journey to Estonia / Tallinn.
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Frequently Asked Questions: ferry to Estonia
At the moment there is no ferry from Germany to Estonia. You could take the ferry from Rostock to Stockholm and from Stockholm to Tallinn though.
Yes there are several options to travel to Estonia from Sweden. From Stockholm the ferry to Tallinn sails up to 10 times a week. From Kapellskar the crossing Paldiski. Then there is also a ferry from the Aland Islands to Tallinn.
Yes there is a ferry from Helsinki to Estonia. This is the most frequent ferry to Estonia, the crossing from Tallinn to Helsinki to be more precise. With up to 13 sailings each day it is one of the busiest ferry routes in Northern Europe.