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How To Get To Turku Ferry Port

  • Turku Ferry Port by Car

    Turku Ferry Port is 3.4 km from Turku city centre, 169 km from Helsinki and 165 km from Tampere. From Helsinki take the E18 to Turku and from Tampere take the E12/E63 and then change to the E63. Follow the signs to the port of Turku.

  • Turku Ferry Port by Train

    There are good rail connections between Turku Ferry Port, Helsinki and Tampere. The train station is located approximately 200m from the ferry terminal. Platforms are accessible via the glass corridor outside the terminal.

  • Turku Ferry Port by Bus

    The bus station is located next to the train station, approximately 200 m from the terminal. A local bus (no. 1) operates between the terminal and Turku’s main market square, Kauppatori. There are also good express bus connections from the port of Turku to various cities in Finland.

  • Turku Ferry Port Address

    Port of Turku, Linnankatu 91, 20100 Turku, Finland

  • Turku Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Turku Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Turku Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

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Turku Guide

What is there to do in Turku?

Laying home to the country’s second biggest university, Turku is understandably a vibrant hub of youth and energy; frenetic clubs entice students and young people in a frenzy of frivolous nightlife. The whole city embodies an underlying enthusiasm which translates into a sea of positivity and happiness – visitors from Sweden and Aland are greeted by a wave of warmth and welcoming locals proudly representing Finland and its values. Despite its lively reputation, Turku is much more than a party town; religious and historical buildings adorn the skyline, creating a lengthy itinerary for a day of sightseeing - Turku Castle and Turku Cathedral are the standout attractions in a city covered in culture and history. To further your knowledge of the Finnish north coast, Turku City Library and several museums hold much information about the history of the city – Luostarinmaki Handcrafts Museum is a particular highlight. The cultural quest is easy to follow individually, however, Turku has such a wealth of food options that a food walk is available to visitors hoping to sample some quintessential Scandinavian dishes whilst in the area.

How do you get around Turku?

Excellent transport options exist around Turku; efficient bus, ferry and taxi services are in full operation, though oftentimes you won’t need them – much of the city centre can be covered by foot.

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