Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, a major business and scientific center of the world, was founded in 1187. Stockholm — an obligatory stop of all Baltic cruises, more than half a million tourists arrive to Stockholm by sea every year.
The ferry service from Stockholm is extremely well developed. Many domestic ferry lines connect the islands within the city and Stockholm to the nearest islands. International ferry services from Stockholm port go to Tallinn, the Åland Islands and on to Helsinki and Turku.
The ferries are operated by Tallink Silja and Viking Line. In terms of comfort, the ferries of all companies are similar to cruise ships.
Tallinn departures from Stockholm to Tallinn take approximately 17 hours every day, the ferry ticket costs from EUR 82, car ferry costs from EUR 200, stateroom in superior comfort — from EUR 109. Flights to Mariehamn (Åland Islands) are operated three times a day, travel time from 8 to 12 hours, the ticket price for 1 adult with a car ranges from 46 euro for morning flights to 86 euro for daytime and up to 99 euro for night flights, when the ticket price necessarily includes a cabin seat.
The Port of Stockholm has many sections, with international ferries operating from the Värtahamnen, Stradsgaarden and Frihanmnen sections, each section having several ferry berths, the berth number being indicated on the ticket. The Stremkajen and Nybrokajen sections are for local lines, and each section also has several berths. All sites are located in the city limits, there are all the necessary tourist infrastructure nearby. All sites are located in the city limits. Coming to the port of Stockholm is possible from the international airport, 40 km drive will take 30-40 minutes. Save on travel with discounts and early booking on-line, you can do this on our website. You can also save on travel by taking advantage of discounts and early booking.
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