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From Tallinn: Return Day Trip Ferry Transfer to Helsinki

1. From Tallinn: Return Day Trip Ferry Transfer 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. With comfort class, travel comfortably and enjoy the sea view. The upgrade price includes snacks, coffee, tea, other refreshments, daily newspapers, and free Wi-Fi. Travel in style and luxury in the business lounge, including food and drinks from the exclusive buffet, newspapers, magazines, and free Wi-Fi.

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 Tallinn.  Upgrade your experience and and book into the Comfort Class or Business Lounge. Comfort Class: • Travel comfortably while enjoying the sea view. The upgrade price includes snacks (with ingredients to make sandwiches), coffee, tea, refreshments, daily newspapers, and free WiFi Business Lounge: • Travel in style and add some luxury to your journey. The upgrade includes food and drinks at the Business Lounge buffet. Newspapers, magazines, and free WiFi available

Tallinn: Ticket for the Skywheel of Tallinn

3. Tallinn: Ticket for the Skywheel of Tallinn

Make unforgettable memories on you trip to Tallinn with this ticket for the Skywheel of Tallinn. Get a bird's-eye-view of the city with this attraction in the city center. See sights like the Tallinn TV Tower and the red and white Chimney of the Kristiine Boilerhouse.  Hop aboard a weatherproof gondola and ride above the city. Stay comfortable in the summer with refreshing air-conditioning. Admire magnificent views of the city, the sea, Lake Ülemiste and the airport. Feel the thrill without the worry with a ride on a well-maintained attraction. Each gondola has room for up to six people, either standing or sitting. Bring the whole family with gondolas that have wheelchair and stroller access.

Tallinn: Museums, Public Transport, and More City Card

4. Tallinn: Museums, Public Transport, and More City Card

Discover all of Tallinn easily with your Tallinn Card. Make the most of this all-inclusive sightseeing pass, offering you the most convenient way to get acquainted with the entire city. It entitles you to free admission to over 50 museums and sights, free public transportation, and various other great offers and discounts. For adults (18+) and children (up to 17), choose between a card that's valid for 24, 48, or 72 hours to get the most out of your trip to Tallinn. Bring two children under the age of 7 to museums and sights for free with your adult card. Along with your card, benefit from a detailed brochure with a map and information about all the places you can visit, so you don't miss out on anything. Some of the famous sights available to visit with your card include: • Seaplane Harbour, Estonian Maritime Museum • Museum and Visitor Centre of Fat Margaret, Estonian Maritime Museum • Kiek in de Kök Fortifications Museum • Tallinn TV Tower • Kadriorg Palace – Kadriorg Art Museum • KGB Prison Cells • Estonian History Museum – Great Guild Hall • Kumu Art Museum • Hellemann Tower and Town Wall • PROTO Invention Factory

Tallinn: PROTO Invention Factory Entry Ticket

5. Tallinn: PROTO Invention Factory Entry Ticket

Get your creative juices flowing at the PROTO Invention Factory, located in the foundry of the former top-secret Noblessner submarine factory. Feed your imagination with dozens of innovative inventions and displays from the era of Jules Verne. Enjoy a unique combination of modern VR technology and centuries-old prototypes. With over 20 attractions of varying difficulties, there's something for all members of the family. Pop on your VR goggles and travel back in time to the era of the steam engine, when Jules Verne’s fantastic machines and inventions were the talk of the day. You can drive the world’s first car and steam train, walk on the bottom of the ocean, and fly over the clouds in the world’s first hot air balloon. Throughout your visit, collect points at each attraction and compare them with your children, friends or family members at the end of the day.

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. Depart from the historic Seaplane Harbour and begin your cruise around the Bay of Tallinn. Tour may involve a brief stopover on some of the Tallinn small islands. 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. Learn about Tallinn's maritime history, and admire the historic shoreline and fancy cruise ships in the port. The trip begins and ends at the historic Seaplane Harbour and will take you around the shoreline of the Bay of Tallinn. Receive an Illustrated Tallinn Bay tour map created by artist Kristjan Luiga. The cafe is open on board.

Mini Baltic Tour: Riga to Parnu tour

7. Mini Baltic Tour: Riga to Parnu tour

This will be an amazing opportunity to turn your boring 4-hour transfer from Riga to Tallinn or from Tallinn to Riga into a much more interesting and fun journey. In all, the tour will take up to 9-hours. Your first stop, if traveling from Riga to Tallinn, will be Sigudla. There, you will visit a bobsleigh track, Gutmana Cave and Turaida Castle. In addition, see amazing sights from the top of a mountain (Gauja River). Your next stop will be at Ligatne, this is an optional choice. If you would like to see the Secret Soviet Bunker, you will be taken there. Only guided tours for an additional fee are available at certain times (but your booking will be taken care of for you). After this, make a short stop to see Cesu Castle and then Parnu. Here, you will walk by the sea and see the small Parnu city. The last stop will be in Tallinn. The driver will drop you off at your hotel or city center or even the airport, whichever you prefer. If you are traveling from Tallinn to Riga, then all the same stops would be made along the way.

Tallinn Shore Excursion: Old Town Walking Tour

8. 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: Pub Crawl

9. 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 town is affiliated with making and drinking alcohol. You will see where citizens brewed and drunk beer, how vodka was produced by German Barons, and how well-known Estonian liqueurs have appeared.

Tallinn: Soviet History of Modern Tallinn Tour

10. 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 human life. Continue to the outdoor exhibition of the history museum showing life-size statues of old Soviet leaders like Lenin and Stalin. Access the history of the totalitarian state and sense the ideological foundations and methods of Soviet society. Take a break at the Pirita Yacht Club built to house the sailing games of the 1980 Moscow Olympics and enjoy the scenery of the Baltic Sea. Cross the city center until Linnahall, a city hall reminiscent of the 1980 Olympics. Watch wonderful views of Tallinn and learn about the history and architecture of this iconic concrete building. End your tour at the National Library of Estonia, the largest library in the Baltic countries with underground floors for a huge book depository. Listen to its similarities with Linnahall, featuring grand stairs and accesses stairs all over adding a clearly urban dimension. Choose to walk to the old town which is just 10 minutes away or visit the Museum of Occupations and Freedom.

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4.1 / 5

based on 102 reviews

We got the 7:30am ferry over to Helsinki. It was an early start but definitely worth it to make the most of the day in Finland. Online check in was really easy (I just downloaded the ferry app). Finding terminal D was easy enough too and check in on the self kiosk was so simple. I wasn’t sure how smoothly it was going to run but it was perfect. Ferry itself had loads to do on board and it was a smooth journey. On the other side there was a tram line right at the terminal. We got the 19:30 ferry back which honestly in the winter was the best time. I think 22:30 would have been very cold and late. The ferry left from the same place it dropped you off, so was easy to find your way back. We already had our tickets from the first check in. Really recommend this to see more of the world, Helsinki had a lot to offer and the ferry couldn’t have been easier to get on and off.

The ferry was super easy to find and very comfortable. I couldn’t work checking in on the app but we arrived and used the self check in kiosk which printed out tickets in second - just have to hand the email from the actual ferry company not get you’re guide. You can charge you phone while you wait and then straight onto the ferry. Super easy and well worth a trip!

Super fantastic service. If you get the 7:30am ferry, arrive super early - i got there at 6:15/6:20. The boarding ended at 6:50 I believe and the ferry left at 7:10! I got to the terminal, went to a machine and put in my security code and booking number and got two tickets - super easy and really worth it!

Very good trip. You should arrived a little bit earlier as the boat might leave Helsinki few minutes before.

Pleasant day trip and a comfortable ferry. All ran to time and plenty of time for a short visit to Helsinki.