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Turku is connected to Sweden via the port of Stockholm. On average, there are 4 crossings each day between Turku and Sweden, which are operated by Tallink Silja and Viking Line. Crossings from Turku to Stockholm usually take around 9 hours 55 minutes.
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Turku is the oldest and the fifth largest city in Finland. It has been the capital of Finland until 1812. Turku has always had an important place in the Finnish history. The city was totally destroyed by the great fire in 1827 but was rebuilt on either banks of the river with a new town plan under the vision of the architect C. L. Engel.
Turku is a versatile city where history and culture mix with a trendy life style seamlessly. Turku's best attraction is the river Aura and its banks. Some of the major attractions such as the city museum and art galleries are built around this river. Ett Hem museum, the Turku Castle dating back to 1280, Automobile and communications museum, Turku Cathedral (built in 1300) and the Finnish Biological museum are a few other must see places in Turku.
Turku is the centre for music and arts in Scandinavia which is evident in the number of theatres in the city.
Turku also offers a variety of restaurants and accommodation to suit everyone's taste and acts as a gateway to visit surrounding Aland Island and other Finnish cities.
Sweden is a country with serene lakes and extensive forests.
Sweden has a lot to offer with excellent roads and transport links between various islands and between the main Swedish cities.
The Swedes are proud of their history and culture which is evident in the number of museums they have.
While in Sweden, you can also visit the longest single span Oresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden.
Sweden is a great place for anyone who likes outside sports, including skiing, snowboarding or fishing.
The climate caters for more winter sports which aren't so readily available in the UK, so it's a brilliant opportunity to try something new. You never know, you might turn out to be quite good!