Car ferry

Boarding the Tallink ferry at the port of Tallinn.

The journey takes approximately 2 h Ticket price is about €20 The travel distance is 80 km.

Carrier is Tallink.

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Get off at the Helsinki.


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Ferry

Boarding the Eckeroline ferry at the port of Tallinn.

The journey takes approximately 2 h 15 m. The travel distance is 80 km.

Carrier is Eckeroline.

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Plane

The journey takes approximately 18 m. Ticket price is about €1 The travel distance is 2 km.

Carrier is Tallinna Linnatranspordi AS.

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Get off at the Lennujaam.
Fly out to Tallinn (TLL) of the Helsinki (HEL) airport.

The journey takes approximately 30 m. Ticket price is about €45

Carrier is Finnair.

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🚖 Find a cheap local taxi

Get off at the Helsinki (HEL).
Take the train Lentoasema at the station Helsingin seudun liikenne.

The journey takes approximately 29 m. Ticket price is about €2 The travel distance is 22 km.

Carrier is Helsingin seudun liikenne.

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Get off at the Helsinki.


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The cheapest way to travel from Tallinn to Helsinki is by taking a Car ferry with an average price of €20. The journey takes approximately 2 ч.

Car ferry is the fastest way to travel from Tallinn to Helsinki. Tickets cost €20. The journey takes approximately 2 ч.

What to Do in Helsinki

Helsinki

When it comes to sightseeing in Helsinki, the options are endless. The city has plenty of iconic landmarks and attractions that are worth visiting no matter what your interests may be. Whether you're looking to take in classic artistry or explore a new part of the world, there's something for everyone here. Here are just a few highlights:
1. Helsinki's most famous landmark is probably Suomenlinna fortress, which was first built in the 17th century and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's home to several museums, including the Naval Museum, which offers fantastic displays on Finnish maritime history.
2. If architecture is your thing, then head over to the University of Helsinki for a look at some of Finland's most iconic buildings.