Is there a ferry from Tallinn?
Viking Line, Eckerö Line, Tallink Silja provide Tallinn ferries connecting Estonia with 4 destinations. Ferries from Tallinn sail approximately 13 times a day and up to 79 times a week.
Where can I get a ferry from Tallinn?
Tallinn ferries sail to Helsinki, Mariehamn, Turku, Stockholm.
How long is the ferry from Tallinn?
Ferries sailing from Tallinn can range between 2h 0m and 21h 0m. Ferry times can change from season to season.
What is the fastest ferry from Tallinn?
The fastest ferry from Tallinn is on the Tallinn - Helsinki ferry in 2h 0m with Tallink Silja.
Popular routes from Tallinn
Ferries from Tallinn - Helsinki sail approximately 72 times per week with a crossing time of 2h 12m. The average price of a Tallinn - Helsinki ferry is about £77.08. The Tallinn - Stockholm ferry runs 3 times per week with a duration of 17h 30m. The average price of a Tallinn - Stockholm ferry is around £186.7.
How much do ferries from Tallinn cost?
Ferry price from Tallinn can range between £19.32 and £202.96 depending on various factors such as the route, season, operator and type of ship.
Is there a car ferry from Tallinn?
Yes, you can take a car ferry from Tallinn with Eckerö Line, Tallink Silja, Viking Line. For more information on routes and car ferry prices view our Deal Finder.
Are foot passengers allowed on ferries from Tallinn?
Foot Passengers are allowed on ferries from Tallinn. You can travel as a foot passenger from Tallinn with Tallink Silja, Viking Line, Eckerö Line.
Can I take my pet on the ferry from Tallinn?
You can take your pet on the ferry from Tallinn with Tallink Silja, Viking Line. For more information about pet accommodation and fees please view our Deal Finder.
Can I book a cabin on ferries from Tallinn?
Cabins are available on some ferry routes from Tallinn. Operators that have cabins on ferries from Tallinn include Eckerö Line, Tallink Silja, Viking Line. Check our Deal Finder for the best option for you.
What is there to do in Tallinn?
Coasting alongside forward-thinking western cities while respecting its fascinating heritage, Tallinn marries modern ideas with authentic traditions and values. The religious history embedded in Tallinn’s DNA is symbolised by the number of enigmatic churches and cathedrals that dominate the city centre; Toompea Hill offers a stunning view of the incredible architecture - Oleviste Church and Kumu Art Museum are particular highlights. The museum is spectacular from the outside, yet the wonderful aesthetics continue once inside the premises – unique designs and paintings are exhibited in a classy interior.
Imposing buildings are impressive enough individually, but as a collective, Tallinn Old Town presents a host of quaint, colourful houses, offering an insight into the residential history of the city. The haven of ancient architecture demands the attention of tourists, though there is much more to see around Tallinn; Kalamaja is an area drenched in cool bars, beautiful parks and fine restaurants, perfect for enjoying a picnic with friends underneath the sun or exploring the charismatic streets that line the district.