Ferries to Finland


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Using AFerry you can compare all ferries to and in Finland. We'll show you all the comparable routes side by side, all the ferry companies and show you a range of dates - all so you can find our best prices at the best time for you. We don't work with special offer codes. If you book from this page, or any other, you'll get all our latest deals and offers. There's no need to shop around or find a special code or book from a certain page.

Ferries to and in Finland are extremely popular. To avoid disappointment please book soon. You should also be aware that if you book close to your preferred departure, prices can be a lot higher than if you book in advance so please book as soon as possible.

Booking a ferry to or in Finland is simple, easy and safe with AFerry, just use the booking form above to get a price.

How much is the ferry to Finland?

Route Price Fare Details
Langnas - Turku
(Viking Line)
  • Booked: Thursday, 3 September 2020
  • Travel: Friday, 18 September 2020 (One Way)
  • Car + 2
Tallinn - Helsinki
(Eckerö Line)
  • Booked: Thursday, 10 September 2020
  • Travel: Friday, 18 September 2020 (One Way)
  • Car + 1
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How to book your ferry to Finland

Booking a ferry to or from Finland couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page. Or, if you see a price you like ABOVE, just select the number of passengers and click get price.

More About Finland

Finland, located in the Scandinavian region of Europe, is known as the land of midnight sun and saunas. The Finns are a nation of sauna enthusiasts - there are about 2 million saunas for the 5 million people living in Finland.

Helsinki is often known as the `Daughter of the Baltic', and earned a coveted place on the European Union's list of European Cities of Culture in 2000, making it a must-see city in Finland. Finland also has many castles which are worth a visit, some of which date back to the 13th Century.

To the extreme north of Finland lies Lapland which is known as the land of midnight sun which worth a visit along with the numerous churches, museums and castles in Finland. Finland offers a perfect opportunity for outdoor activities such as skiing, fishing, golfing and more.

Finland Travel Guide

Not only is the language a puzzle for linguists, being unrelated to any other European language, but instead of the craggy fjords of Sweden and Norway, Finland boasts rolling plains and more than 15,000 lakes.

Although marked by the Scandanavian distinctiveness of vast unspoilt areas of wilderness held in balance with a modern, forward-looking welfare state, Finland's unique language and history set it apart as somewhere unique to visit.

Finland's unique language and history set it apart as somewhere unique to visit.

Travelling in Finland

Finland's travel system is well organised, if slightly on the expensive side. It is none-the-less easy to cross the length and breadth of this huge country easily via many different methods of public transport. For long journeys, planes often represent the quickest way of getting around, and there are a variety of plane companies that offer tickets of different prices. If you are looking for a more scenic way to see the country, however, or are cautious about your carbon footprint, the country is served by a comprehensive bus and train network.

Trains in Finland are very comfortable and offer a full range of on-board facilities. For longer journeys, there are often reasonably priced sleeper cars. Buses, whilst slower and sometimes more expensive than trains, often run more frequently and so can represent the fastest way of reaching a destination. Student discounts are also available on some bus routes, so it is always worth asking.

There is a large market of inland ferries that cruise the lakes of Finland. Many of these, however, simply do large tours of the lake in question and so don't necessarily represent the most efficient way of getting from one point to another.

By car, most roads are passable. However, it is important to be wary of changeable weather conditions, especially in the winter months, and to pay attention to the relevant warning signs, especially when these are referring to elk or reindeer! One added benefit of not hitting these animals, who have a habit of rather foolishly wandering into the roads, is that you will still be around to tell the tale at the end of the holiday.

It is obligatory in Finland to drive with headlights on all the time and there is a complicated system of rules as to what sort of tyre you should use in what sort of weather and why. Happy go lucky types might like to just guess. However, in the interests of safety and not being arrested, it is probably best to ask someone over there.

Things to see in Finland

Helsinki is often known as the `Daughter of the Baltic', and earned a coveted place on the European Union's list of European Cities of Culture in 2000, making it a must-see city in Finland. Finland also has many castles which are worth a visit, some of which date back to the 13th Century.

One of the most popular things to see in Finland is obviously the Northern Lights. However, these are not always easy to predict. For the best chance to see these spectacles of nature, you should head up to the north of Finland during winter.

One of the most popular things to see in Finland is the Northern Lights.

AFerry.co.uk offers the best way to find the cheapest ferry routes to Finland with its easy to use booking form. Begin your holiday on a ferry and start relaxing straight away!


  • 01 Nov 2019
    Excellent experience
    • Easy and enjoyable travel, thoroughly recommended

      Review by DAVID WATSON

  • 24 Oct 2019

      Review by VIVIAN NEDIN

  • 14 Oct 2019
    Day trip to Helsinki
    • While having a 5 day break in Tallinn we decided to have a day in Helsinki. We booked in advance of our break which was simple enough. Just one small matter of upgrading was you need to do both journeys as it won't do both legs automatically. Print off your tickets and book a taxi to the ferry terminal and it was that easy. Once on the ferry(we booked into the comfort lounge) find your lounge and let the journey take the strain. We had excellent food on the Journey and on arrival there was a tram stop outside the terminal door which takes you to the city centre. The return journey was just as simple with the same amount of comfort. Just one word of warning for fellow passengers in the departure lounge it cost 11.5 euro for a bottle of beer a bit of a shock to a Brit used to paying less than £5.00 for a pint. Overall an easy and pleasant experience which I recommend to everyone planning a trip to Helsinki via Estonia.

      Review by ANDREW MURRAY

  • 05 Sep 2019
    Tallinn day trip
    • Myself and two friends had a fantastic trip to Helsinki on the Tallinn ferry breakfast was great the staff were very helpful and friendly the facilities and the cleanliness were first class


  • 18 Aug 2019
    • Nice ship

      Review by BRUCE WESTON

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Finland Popular Questions

Want to know more about your journey to Finland? We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers to help you plan your journey.

How much is the ferry to Finland?

The cheapest price for Finland found by AFerry customers recently is £28, on the Tallinn - Helsinki route for travel Friday, 18 September 2020 with Eckerö Line. Our most popular Finland route, Langnas - Turku, has recently been booked for £59 with Viking Line, travelling Friday, 18 September 2020. Prices also vary depending on the date and time of travel.

Which ferries go to Finland?

Ferries to Finland are operated by Eckerö Line, Finnlines, Tallink Silja, Viking Line and Wasaline.

Where can I get a ferry to in Finland?

With AFerry you can book a ferry to Helsinki, Naantali, Turku and Vaasa.

How long is the ferry to Finland?

It depends where and when you travel. The quickest crossing to Finland is Tallinn - Helsinki with Tallink Silja and takes 2 hrs, while the longest crossing is Travemunde - Helsinki with Finnlines and can take up to 30 hrs.