Catching a ferry

Catching a ferry

Picture: Magnus Rietz / Visit Finland

Catching A Ferry

Vast luxury ferries to Stockholm depart daily from South Harbour, in the centre of Helsinki, at 5 or 6 p.m.

The Viking Line terminal is located at Katajanokka, and the Silja Line terminal is near Kaivo-puisto Park.

The express boats to Tallinn like Linda Line depart from near the Market Square.

The car ferries to Tallinn, however, depart from West Harbour, near Ruoholahti metro station.

The terminal is also used by St Peter Line that has a regular ferry connection to St. Petersburg.

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