Estonia Estonia

Small in area Estonia attracts tourists from all over the world with an incredible number of attractions, many of which are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Becoming a member of the European Union, Estonia joined Schengen, which provided an additional increase in tourist flow from many European countries.


The developed infrastructure of the country allows you to move freely and comfortably both by land and by sea. The close location of the western neighbors allows the use of ferry crossings as sea transportation.

Domestic ferry routes ensure regular and safe communication of mainland Estonia with the numerous islands belonging to it. Travel between numerous islands by ferry will cost the tourist an acceptable amount, and you can get acquainted with the fare relevant for the day of the trip by visiting the website of carrier companies.

As a Baltic country, Estonia has dozens of ports in the State Register. The largest ports are located in Tallinn (several ports), near Tallinn (Muuga), there are ports in Pärnu, Sillamäe and Kunda. International ferry service allows you to make a comfortable sea trip from Estonia to any European port.

Estonian ferry service

Well-known companies such as DFDS Seaways, Eskero Line, St Peter Line, Tallink Silja, Viking Line and dozens of others provide free and convenient purchase of ferry tickets for various destinations. Detailed information makes it possible to plan a vacation, purchase a return ticket and calculate possible costs. It is possible to choose one of the options for relocation rates -  Premium, Flexi or  Economy.

Modern cruise ships provide their passengers with a fascinating and unforgettable stay aboard a luxurious hotel on the water.

Estonia, as a modern European country, takes care of the safety and comfort of its guests, proving this by professional service.

Sea cruises on modern ferries leave no one indifferent, impressions and wonderful memories will be enough until the next trip.