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About Helsinki Ferry
Ferries to Stockholm - Gate A
Ferries to Tallin - Gate C
Getting there by Car
From Lahti/Porvoo: Take the motorway to Helsinki, then follow the signs leading to the centre (ship symbol) for about 1.5 km. Turn right (Centre: Keskusta) and follow Varastokatu. After approximately 1.7 km you will reach S�rn�isten rantatie. Continue following the signs leading to the centre. When you reach Pohjoislaituri , take the right lane and follow the signs leading to Katajanokka (ship symbol).
From Tampere/H�meenlinna: Take H�meenlinnantie to Helsinki, follow the signs leading to the centre (ship symbol) all the way to the centre on Mannerheimintie. After approximately 5 km you will see a white, round building (Svenska teatern) on your left side just after the Stockmann department store. Turn left (ship symbol) and follow Etel�esplanadi to the Market Square, then follow the signs leading to Katajanokka.
From Pori: When you reach the roundabout in Pit�j�nm�ki, start following the signs to the centre. After approximately 1 km you will come to Mannerheimintie. From here follow the same instructions as above (from Tampere).
From Turku: Take the motorway to Helsinki and then follow the signs leading to the centre (ship symbol). When you reach Mannerheimintie after about 2.5 km, follow the same instructions as above (from Tampere).
From Hanko: Take the motorway to Helsinki and then follow the signs leading to the centre (ship symbol). Drive by the harbour and turn left into a tunnel on Uudenmaankatu. When you reach the end of Uudenmaankatu curve left and you will see a white, round building (Svenska teatern) in front of you. Turn right (ship symbol) and take Etel�esplanadi all the way to the Market Square, then follow the signs leading to the Katajanokka terminal.
Getting there by Tram, Rail, etc
The main train station is located near the Rautatientori metro station and has domestic and international services. Visit Helsinki Metropolitan Area Concil for detailed info and online route planner at: http://www.ytv.fi/english/transport/index.html
Getting there by bus
ExpressBus is a consortium of 30 express bus companies that offer frequent links by bus to the Helsinki ferry port. Buses to Helsinki ferry port depart from the bus station near Mannerheimintie. Some Finnish expressions You might need to know: Satama = Port, Harbour. Tickets can be bought at bus stations (Matkahuolto offices), from travel agencies and buses. Cash and world-wide used creditcards are accepted. Currency in Finland is Euro.
Helsinki Ferry Port Terminal Facilities:
There are good facilities at the port, with a number of shops available, as well as a cafe and a pleasant departure lounge. Parking is available at the port for both the short and long-term, with designated areas available for those with disabilities.
Alternative Ferry Routes from Finland to Sweden and Germany
- Hanko to Rostock, operated by Superfast Ferries
- Turku to Kapellskar, operated by Viking Line ferries
- Turku to Langnas, operated by Viking Line ferries
- Turku to Mariehamn, operated by Viking Line ferries