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Finland Ferries ticket reservations, ferry timetables and passenger information for Finland Ferries sailing to and from Gdynia, Helsinki, Langnas, Mariehamn, Rostock, St Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Travemünde or Turku sailing with Finnlines, Viking Line, Tallink, Silja or St Peter Line ferries .

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Travelling by Finland Ferries is a quick, easy and stress free way to get there and back again. Book your cheap Finland Ferries tickets to and from Gdynia, Helsinki, Langnas, Mariehamn, Rostock, St Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Travemünde or Turku sailing with Finnlines, Viking Line, Tallink, Silja or St Peter Line ferries online and enjoy more choice and flexibility.

With the latest Finland Ferries crossing information and timetables for all sailings to and from Gdynia, Helsinki, Langnas, Mariehamn, Rostock, St Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Travemünde or Turku sailing with Finnlines, Viking Line, Tallink, Silja or St Peter Line ferries including information on the ferry ports and useful tourist information about the destinations our detailed route and city maps will help you plot your Finland Ferries ferry journey.

If are travelling to Gdynia, Helsinki, Langnas, Mariehamn, Rostock, St Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Travemünde or Turku sailing with Finnlines, Viking Line, Tallink, Silja or St Peter Line ferries then book a ferry crossing with Finland Ferries and arrive at your destination refreshed, relaxed and happy.

Finland Ferries offers fantastic fares to and from Gdynia, Helsinki, Langnas, Mariehamn, Rostock, St Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Travemünde or Turku sailing with Finnlines, Viking Line, Tallink, Silja or St Peter Line ferries ferry ports.

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Enjoy a short winter break in the heart of Finnish Lapland and experience the breathtaking scenery of this region, where miles upon miles of pristine snow and 'Christmas-card' forests dominate the landscape.

Winter Finland holidays are perfect for a surprise getaway, romantic escape or a family treat. In summer, a holiday to Finland is a wildlife-orientated short break for those with a love of nature and the great outdoors, a chance to experience a slice of the Finnish wilderness.

One of the best ways to travel to and from Finland is by sea.

The ferry boats to Estonia and Sweden, in particular, are giant, multi-story floating palaces and department stores, with cheap prices subsidized by sales of tax-free booze: a return trip to Tallinn including a cabin for up to four people can go as low as €50!

By far the best way to arrive in Helsinki is standing on the outside deck with a view ahead.

Helsinki Ferry Port

The ferry routes to and from Finland are operated by Finnlines, Viking Line, Tallink, Silja and St Peter Line ferries.

Ferries to Finland from Estonia and the Baltic States

Helsinki and Tallinn are only 80 km apart. Viking Line, Eckerö and Tallink Silja operate full-service car ferries all year round. Depending on the ferry type travel times are from slightly over two hours (Viking Line and Tallink Silja's Star, Superstar and Superfasts) to three and a half hours (Eckerö and Tallink Silja's biggest cruise ships).

Some services travel overnight and park outside the harbor until morning. Linda Line offers fast services that complete the trip in 1.5 hours, but charge quite a bit more, have comparatively little to entertain you on board and suspend services in bad weather and during the winter. If the weather is looking dodgy and you're prone to sea sickness, it's best to opt for the big slow boats.

There are no scheduled services to Latvia or Lithuania, but some of the operators above offer semi-regular cruises in the summer, with Riga being the most popular destination.

Ferries to Finland from Germany

Finnlines operates from Helsinki to Travemünde near Lübeck and Hamburg, taking 27-36 hours one way. Tallink Silja runs ferries from Helsinki to Rostock.

Ferries to Finland from Poland

Finnlines operates between Helsinki and Gdynia 3x/week. The trip takes 19 hours and fares start from €102.

Ferries to Finland from Russia

For years scheduled ferry services to Russia have been stop-and-go. Starting in April 2010 St Peter Line offers regular ferry service from Saint Petersburg to Helsinki for as low as €30 one way. Kristina Cruises also offers occasional cruises from Helsinki.

Ferries to Finland from Sweden

Both Silja and Viking offer overnight cruises from Helsinki and overnight as well as daytime cruises from Turku to Stockholm, usually stopping in the Åland islands along the way. These are some of the largest and most luxurious passenger ferries in the world, with as many as 14 floors and a whole slew of restaurants, bars, discos, pool and spa facilities, etc. The cheaper cabin classes below the car decks are rather Spartan, but the higher sea view cabins can be very nice indeed.

Please Note: Due to crowds of rowdy youngsters aiming to get thoroughly hammered on cheap tax-free booze, both Silja and Viking do not allow unaccompanied youth under 23 to cruise on Fridays or Saturdays. (The age limit is 20 on other nights, and only 18 for travellers not on same-day-return cruise packages.) In addition, Silja does not offer deck class on its overnight services, while Viking does.

Car ferries usually stop for a few minutes at Mariehamn in the Åland Islands, which are outside the EU tax area and thus allow the ferries to operate duty-free sales.

Finland

 

The Republic of Finland is a Nordic country situated in Northern Europe. It borders the Scandinavian Peninsula with Sweden to the west, Russia to the east and Norway to the north while Estonia lies to its south.

Finland is bounded by the Baltic Sea with the Gulf of Finland to the south and the Gulf of Bothnia to the west. The Åland Islands, off the south-western coast, are an autonomous, demilitarized administrative province of Finland.

Finland was previously part of the Swedish kingdom and later an autonomous Duchy in the Russian Empire, until it declared its independence on December 6, 1917. It is now a democratic republic with a semi-presidential system and parliament.

The Northern Lights are typically seen between the months of September and April in the skies above the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions, making Iceland, Sweden, Finland and Norway ideal locations. We are now in the period known as Solar Max, which means that sunspot activity is heightened offering greater chances to see the northern lights right the way through this season and next.

As such there are possibilities of witnessing the aurora borealis on any of our Nordic holidays during the winter months when the prevailing conditions are right - preferably under a clear, cloudless sky and away from artificial light. Displays can vary in intensity and duration, shape and form having no regulation, with each display totally unique. This natural phenomenon is both unpredictable and extraordinary!

Ferry Travel to Finland is the best way to travel to and from Finland. There are daily scheduled ferry services to and from Estonia, Poland, Russia and Sweden.

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