Travel from Estonia to Finland on the Tallinn Helsinki ferry route with a combined choice up to 12 sailings per day on offer with numerous ferry companies - 6 with Tallink Silja, 4 with Viking Line & 14 with Eckerö Line.
The shortest sailing duration on this popular crossing between Estonia and Finland is from 2 hours.
Compare Tallinn Helsinki ferries with Tallink Silja, Viking Line & Eckerö Line now to find the sailing that best suits your travel plans and at the lowest fare.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Tallinn Helsinki route is a car and 2 passengers.
Last week we went from Tallinn to Helsinki for the day. We were very impressed with the ship, boarding and disembarking. The ship was clean and the facilities were great. Managed to look around the shops and go up on deck to see us coming into Helsinki.
'Rhian' travelled Tallinn Helsinki with Tallink Silja on Tallink SuperstarRead More Read Less
"Experiencing, beautyful views and...interesting phenomenon"
I was really shocked to see all the Finnish people to run t the way out who wanted to get the alcohol as they sailing it until the 22:00h (we arrived at 21:30)
'Marek' travelled Tallinn Helsinki with Tallink Silja on Tallink StarRead More Read Less
"very good service"
The ferries are clean and comfortable and services on-board are very good. Departed on time and a very pleasant trip all round.
'Anthony' travelled Tallinn Helsinki with Viking Line on Viking XprsRead More Read Less
"1 day trip to Helsinki from Talin"
I recommend the ferry with Talink Silja. The trip took just 2h , were a lot of free Reserved Seats , the shops are very well equipped, nice service. Superstar-very beautyful yellow ship.
'Grażyna' travelled Tallinn Helsinki with Tallink Silja on Tallink StarRead More Read Less
The Estonian city of Tallinn is located on the northern coast of the country, on the shores of the Gulf of Finland. It is around 80 km to the south of Helsinki, east of Stockholm in Sweden and west of St Petersburg in Russia. The old town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the city as a whole was a European City of Culture in 2011, along with Turku in Finland. The city is Estonia's financial and business hub and benefits from liberal economic policy and has a highly diversified economy although its main strengths are in IT, tourism and logistics.
Tallinn's port offers ferry crossing to Finland and Sweden. The ferry terminals at the port deal with around 6 million passengers each year and has good facilities including shops, a coffee shop and departure lounges. In addition to dealing with passenger ferries, the port also caters for cruise ships and high speed ferries during the summer months. There are daily sailings between Tallinn and Stockholm and Helsinki and two sailings a week to St Petersburg in Russia.
Helsinki is the capital of Finland and is located in the south of the country and lies on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. The city is quite small and therefore is just begging to be explored on foot where visitors will be impressed by the city's architecture, culture and shopping and will love exploring the city's parks, forests and coastline with its many islands. A popular attraction in the city is the National Museum of Finland which contains a large collection dating back to prehistoric times through to the present day. The museum is housed is a neomedieval castle which is a popular attraction in its own right. For visitors that enjoy history, other museums in the city include the Helsinki City Museum, which introduces visitors to the city's 50 year history, the University of Helsinki, which has a number of museums which includes the University Museum and the Natural History Museum.
There are daily ferry services to Helsinki from Estonia, Sweden and Germany. All the ferry companies offer also possibility to take a car with you. Helsinki can be reached by ferry also from Russia as well as Poland.