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  • From Tallinn: Return Day Trip Ferry Ticket to Helsinki

    1. From Tallinn: Return Day Trip Ferry Ticket to Helsinki

    Don't miss the opportunity to explore beautiful Helsinki, one of the most liveable cities in Europe. Helsinki lies across the Gulf of Finland from Tallinn: an easy day trip by ferry to stroll around Helsinki’s historical city center and to try local food in cozy nice cafes and restaurants. Secure your place on the ferry with a convenient crossing time. Cruise across the Gulf, and enjoy seven hours to explore Helsinki independently. Tickets include entry on board and seating. You can spend your time on board visiting one of the restaurants, shopping at the Traveller Superstore, or enjoying the scenery of the archipelago passing by. It is about a 10-minute tram ride from the West Harbor Terminal to the city center of Helsinki. Depending on the chosen departure times you will have up to 10 hours to explore the city. Choose to upgrade to comfort class or the business lounge at booking. Wit...

    Very easy to redeem the ticket, very easy to find the gate. And the ship is incredibly huge! And so comfortable! Just one remark: the ship departed 15 minutes BEFORE the expected time. So be aware to be at least 30 minutes in advance otherwise you will miss he ferry!!

  • From Helsinki: Return Day Trip Ferry Ticket to Tallinn

    2. From Helsinki: Return Day Trip Ferry Ticket to Tallinn

    Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, lies across the Gulf of Finland from Helsinki: an easy day trip by ferry for those keen to experience its medieval charms. Secure your place on the ferry with a convenient crossing time. Cruise across the Gulf, and enjoy up to 10 hours to explore independently. Delve into Tallinn’s UNESCO-listed Old Town and enjoy the museums, shops, and restaurants. Tickets include entry on board and seating. You can spend your time on board visiting one of the restaurants, shopping at the Traveller Superstore, or enjoying the scenery of the archipelago passing by. It is about a 20-minute walk from the Tallinn D-terminal to the old town, or you can take a taxi from the terminal building. You can also visit different museums like the KUMU art museum or the baroque architecture of the Kadriorg Palace. Depending on the chosen departures you will have up to 10 hours to explore ...

    Ferry was punctual and with a good mix of options on board that included a nice cafeteria, and a shopping zone.

  • Tallinn Day Cruise: Towers of Tallinn

    3. Tallinn Day Cruise: Towers of Tallinn

    A tour along the Bay of Tallinn is the best way to admire the wonderful panorama of the Old Town of Tallinn and its towers. You will be able to learn about Tallinn's maritime history, and admire the historic shoreline and fancy cruise ships in the port. Hear the most interesting stories about the past as well as present while cruising around the bay. What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon. The trip begins and ends at the historic Seaplane Harbour and will take you around the shoreline of the Bay of Tallinn.

  • Tallinn: Pub Crawl

    4. Tallinn: Pub Crawl

    Starting from the Dark Ages, Estonia was known for alcoholic drinks. The purest alcohol in the history of mankind was produced in Estonia. First of all, "Vana Tallinn" is an Old Tallinn liqueur, which was famous throughout the Soviet Empire, and is now gaining popularity in the rest of the world. As with other Estonian liqueurs, it’s sweet and strong. You will learn about it's history and  give it a try. "Kannu Kukk" is a liqueur which appeared before WWII, but is not widely known because of its higher price and limited editions. This drink will uncover its secrets to you. "Kiiu Torn" is a fairly modern Estonian traditional drink, and came to life little more than 20 years ago. It is made of egg yolks, and works as a long drink on a romantic evening or watching your favorite drama movie. During this 1.5 hour tour you will visit historical places in Tallinn and discover how much of this...

  • Tallinn Shore Excursion: Old Town Walking Tour

    5. Tallinn Shore Excursion: Old Town Walking Tour

    Meet your local, professional guide at the port right after your ship has docked. You can choose a morning or an afternoon tour. Walk the old town's winding alleyways and pass its ornate doorways and medieval courtyards. Among all the Nordic medieval cities, there’s none nearly as well-preserved as Tallinn. Walk the streets that former kings, queens and czars walked down. Learn how Tallinn once consisted of 2 feuding medieval towns separated by a wall.  Join the cool and young affluent crowd in search of foodie delights and historical settings. With its pastel-colored buildings all pretty in a row, the Tallinn’s Town Hall Square is reminiscent of pages from a children’s fairy tale book. Your informative guide will regale you with stories of past residents and significant landmarks, leading you on a journey not only through the streets of Tallinn, but through the alleyways of time. 

  • Tallinn Bay Sightseeing Cruise

    6. Tallinn Bay Sightseeing Cruise

    Depart from the historic Seaplane Harbour and begin your cruise around the Bay of Tallinn. Admire the wonderful panorama of the Old Town of Tallinn and its towers, the historic shoreline and fancy cruise ships in the port as you learn about Tallinn's maritime history. The navigation bridge is open to visitors and souvenir pictures can be taken there. The package includes seating in the indoor II Class saloon on the first deck or on the optional sundeck. Receive an Illustrated Tallinn Bay tour map created by artist Kristjan Luiga. The bar and souvenir stand will be open.

    It was well run. Staff were friendly and polite. The blankets provided for us when we sat outside were perfect. Overall a lovely relaxed experience that was well priced.

  • Tallinn: Panoramic Tour by Private Vehicle

    7. Tallinn: Panoramic Tour by Private Vehicle

    This panoramic tour of Tallinn will show you all the main sights in both the old and new parts of the town. Feel the pulse of everyday life as you discover this growing city. Learn about how Tallinn's economy is developing, and find out where the locals work and like to spend their free time. During the first part of the tour, you will see the major sights in modern Tallinn. See Kadriorg Palace, a summer residence of the Russian emperors, the Kumu Art Museum, and the Song Festival Grounds, a symbol of national unity, included in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list. Explore the romantic district of Pirita, an area of private cottages by the seaside. See Pirita convent and the Olympic village. Continue your tour through the old town, where you will learn about the city's history through interesting stories and legends told by your guide. Observe the town from viewing platforms, ...

  • Tallinn Old Town Tour for Families

    8. Tallinn Old Town Tour for Families

    Take advantage of this old town walking tour developed especially with kids in mind! Go at a relaxed pace and visit more kid-friendly sites, making it easier for them to concentrate and understand.   Among Medieval Nordic cities, there are none nearly as well-preserved as Tallinn, nor more dense with restaurants, cafés, and surprises. Kings, queens and czars have walked the streets of this charming two-tiered city.  Follow your specialist guide to discover the highlights of Tallinn Old Town intimately with your family in a small group of no more than 12 people.   The highlights of the tour include the Town Hall Square - with its pastel-colored buildings all pretty in a row, the square is reminiscent of pages from a children’s fairy tale book. Stop for a break at a traditional establishment to enjoy marzipan and a coffee before heading to the upper town. There, see the Kiek in de Kök (“pe...

  • Tallinn: Soviet History of Modern Tallinn Tour

    9. Tallinn: Soviet History of Modern Tallinn Tour

    Embark on a guided tour to discover Tallinn’s Soviet history. Visit highlights like Memorial to the Victims of Communism, Pirita Yacht Club, Linnahall, National Library of Estonia, and more. Drive until Lasnamae to see a fascinating part of the city that was considered Tallinn’s model socialist micro-district until the 1990s. Feel the typical Soviet atmosphere with apartment buildings that have not yet been remodeled. Learn how it has preserved its original appearance as a typical residential district. Walk through the district which is like an open-air museum of Soviet Estonia reflecting the style and architecture of its time. Be driven to the Baltic seaside to discover the Memorial to the Victims of Communism in Maarjamae, dedicated to Estonian people who suffered the terror of the Soviet regime. It is a grand architectural achievement serving to remind the fragility of freedom and h...

  • Tallinn: Seaplane Harbour Maritime Museum Tour

    10. Tallinn: Seaplane Harbour Maritime Museum Tour

    Journey through the maritime history of Estonia with an entrance ticket to a stunning museum located in a World War I hangar for seaplanes in Tallinn. Get a short explanation about the building's exterior, and then go inside to explore the exhibitions over 3 floors. Discover the remains of the oldest ship found in Estonia, along with pine boats made by locals up to 5,000 years ago. Admire a collection of yachts from the 1980 Summer Olympics, and take a look at an icebreaker from 1917. Learn the history, legends and real life stories of sea sport along the way. Venture upstairs to see the Short 184 seaplane. Take a look at the World War II submarine EML Lembit, and jump inside this war hero to compare the cramped conditions of the crew with the rich interior of the captain's cabin. Venture down to the underwater level to investigate the different types of torpedoes and mines from the Ba...

    My family enjoyed the tour and the museum. We were under the impression that we paid to have a 1.5 hour tour so I was a bit taken back when the guide only gave us a tour of the upper portion of the museum and ended our tour after 45 minutes.

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Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 102 reviews

We chose the 6.5h option in Helsinki, with a departure at 10:30 am - return 7:30 pm. With the constructions, not very easy to find in Tallinn Terminal D. You have to arrive in advance and exchange the voucher for the tickets. The reservation number is the most important. The boat is huge, there weren't a lot of tourists. Sea of oil, sun, but take a small sweater because it is windy. Possibility to eat and drink on the boat. When arriving in Helsinki, several possibilities: take tram 7 or 9 to go to the center (but it's a big city, not a lot of interesting things to see). We opted to go to Suomenlinna, the maritime fortress. The ferry there leaves from the city center, we took a taxi to go there as it is far. We spent 3 hours at this peaceful place. The taxi cost € 16, the ferry € 1.50 (the price of a ticket). Tallinn is not expensive, but in Helsinki the prices are high. Masks are regularly worn in transport.

Very easy to redeem the ticket, very easy to find the gate. And the ship is incredibly huge! And so comfortable! Just one remark: the ship departed 15 minutes BEFORE the expected time. So be aware to be at least 30 minutes in advance otherwise you will miss he ferry!!

Excellent crossing with calm sea and sunny weather. Catering and quality services on board. Helsinki is only two hours by boat from Tallinn. Excellent opportunity to discover a European capital.

It was a great trip, I went to Helsinki first, then I decided to go to Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, and I got on this beautiful boat in both directions. It was a really great trip.

An incredible experience ... for a price and one more city on the list there is nothing to think about ... Try!