Reviewed 03 November 2014 by Ming
the ship is way too big. you will have a good time on it. the view, the comfortable chairs and the friendly atmosphere will add more fun to your trip. Plus the price is not that high, Eckerö Line could be a reasonable choice.
'Ming' travelled Helsinki Tallinn with Eckerö Line on Finlandia
Reviewed 03 November 2014 by Andres
Pleasant and delightful trip.
'Andres' travelled Helsinki Tallinn with Eckerö Line on Finlandia
"Ferry between Helsinki and Tallinn"
Reviewed 24 October 2014 by Anonymous
Really enjoyed the trip bigger ship than anything we have doing the Dover run.. Recommend it to anyone.
'Anonymous' travelled Helsinki Tallinn with Eckerö Line on Finlandia
"Excellent Ferry service"
Reviewed 23 October 2014 by Pushp
Can't fault it, easy boarding,plenty of seats. Easy crossing and free wifi. Disembarkation just as easy. Carry on the good work !!
'Pushp' travelled Helsinki Tallinn with Viking Line on Viking Xprs
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Located in the Uusimaa region of southern Finland, on the shores of the Gulf of Finland, is the city of Helsinki. The capital of Finland is roughly 80 km to the north of Talin in Estonia, 400 km to the north of Stockholm in Sweden and 300 km to the west of St Petersburg in Russia. Helsinki is widely regarded as one of the major cities in northern Europe and is the country's main hub for politics, finance, commerce and culture.
Popular visitor attractions in the city include Helsinki's largest museum, the National Museum of Finland. It contains a large collection of historical artefacts that date back to prehistoric times through to the present day. The museum's home, a neomedieval castle, is also a popular tourist attraction in its own right. The Helsinki City Museum, the Finnish National Gallery and the Design Museum are three other museums in the city that are worth visiting.
Helsinki's port, the largest in Finland and the second largest in the Nordic countries, has three harbours and 6 passenger terminals. Ferry services using the port depart to Stockholm in Sweden, Travemunde in Germany and Talin in Estonia.
The city of Tallinn is Estonia's biggest city, and capital, and has become a major centre for industry and regional politics, and is full of culture with many attractions for visitors to enjoy. The city was founded in the early 13th century lies next to the Gulf of Finland. Tallinn is home to an important seaport and offers a definite medieval character in many parts of the city, especially around its heritage listed Old Town area. With a maze of winding cobblestone alleyways, endless church spires towering into the sky, and well-preserved fortresses and turrets, Tallinn celebrates its rich heritage at every possible opportunity. The Toompea area is where many of Tallinn's most unusual landmarks reside, such as the Toompea Castle (Castrum Danorum) and also the spectacular hilltop Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, an important Orthodox building, which has at last been appreciated by the resident Estonians, who for many years resented its Russian origins. Tallinn is also home to many other landmarks including the 13th-century Town Hall (Raekoda) which is an extremely imposing building and presides over the Raekoja Plats, with its tall spire topped with an iconic bronze statue of a young boy, which guards the city and is known as 'Old Thomas'.