Ferries to the Baltic States

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Travel by ferry to Baltic States! Travelling to Baltic States couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Baltic States holiday rested and without stress.

There are ferry connections to the Baltic States from Sweden, Finland and the Russian city of St. Petersburg. From Germany, the Baltic States can be reached directly without a stopover on the Travemünde – Liepaja and Kiel – Klaipeda routes, as well as via the Rostock – Klaipeda route.

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All ferries to Baltic States

Here you find all current ferry connections to Baltic States.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Rostock – Klaipeda ferry Ferry from Germany to Lithuania 1 time a week
24 hours 20 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Helsinki – Tallinn Ferry from Finland to Estonia 3 times a day
2 hours 10 minutes
Eckerö Line
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Kapellskär – Paldiski ferry Ferry from Sweden to Estonia 7 times a week
9 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Karlshamn – Klaipeda Ferry from Sweden to Lithuania 7 times a week
13 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Kiel – Klaipeda Ferry from Germany to Lithuania 7 times a week
20 hour(s)
DFDS Seaways
Mariehamn – Tallinn ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Estonia 10 times a week
9 hours 15 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Ferry Saint Petersburg – Tallinn Ferry from Russia to Estonia 2 times a week
14 hours
St. Peter Line
Ferry Stockholm – Tallinn Ferry from Sweden to Estonia 1 time a week
62 hours 30 minutes
St. Peter Line
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Travemünde – Klaipeda ferry Ferry from Germany to Lithuania 6 times a week
26 hours 40 minutes
TT-Line
Trelleborg – Klaipeda ferry Ferry from Sweden to Lithuania 1 time a week
16 hours 30 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Hanko – Paldiski Ferry from Finland to Estonia 7 times a week
9 hours 30 minutes
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Stockholm – Riga Ferry from Sweden to Latvia 7 times a week
17 hours
Tallink Silja
Ferry Travemünde – Liepaja Ferry from Germany to Latvia 5 times a week
26 hours
Stena Line
Ferry Nynashamn – Ventspils Ferry from Sweden to Latvia 12 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
Stena Line

All ferries from Baltic States

Here you find all current ferry connections from Baltic States.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Klaipeda – Kiel Ferry from Lithuania to Germany 7 times a week
20 hour(s)
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Klaipeda – Karlshamn Ferry from Lithuania to Sweden 7 times a week
13 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Klaipeda – Rostock Ferry from Lithuania to Germany 1 time a week
24 hours 20 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Klaipeda – Travemünde Ferry from Lithuania to Germany 1 time a week
25 hours 35 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Klaipeda – Trelleborg Ferry from Lithuania to Sweden 1 time a week
17 hours 15 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Paldiski – Kapellskär Ferry from Estonia to Sweden 7 times a week
9 hours 30 minutes
DFDS Seaways
Tallinn – Helsinki ferry Ferry from Estonia to Finland 3 times a day
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Eckerö Line
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Tallinn – Mariehamn ferry Ferry from Estonia to Aland, Finland 7 times a week
150 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Tallinn – Stockholm ferry Ferry from Estonia to Sweden 1 time a week
16 hours
St. Peter Line
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Paldiski – Hanko Ferry from Estonia to Finland 7 times a week
9 hours 30 minutes
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Riga – Stockholm Ferry from Latvia to Sweden 7 times a week
18 hours
Tallink Silja
Ferry Ventspils – Nynashamn Ferry from Latvia to Sweden 12 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Liepaja – Travemünde Ferry from Latvia to Germany 5 times a week
26 hours
Stena Line

Ferry ports in Baltic States

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Baltic States here.

Ports
Paldiski
Riga
Klaipeda
Tallinn
Ventspils
Liepaja

Travel guide Baltic States

Holiday in Baltic States

The Baltic States show travellers a multifaceted face. While the capitals Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius convince with historic old towns and a wide range of gastronomic offers, nature lovers will find untouched nature away from the big cities. Endless sandy beaches invite you to swim and take long walks, revealing many a treasure. Moose, lynx, wolves and brown bears still roam the moors and forests of the Baltic.


TOP excursion destinations in Baltic States

Estonia offers travellers 3,800 kilometres of coastline, 2,000 islands and unspoilt nature. In addition, there is a capital city of unique beauty. Tallinn inspires with a medieval old town and a well-preserved city wall. Kadriorg Castle and Haapsalu Bishop’s Castle are among the cultural treasures of the country. Estonia’s national parks offer vast bogs, forests and a protected habitat for a variety of flora and fauna. ››› Fähreto Estonia

During a stroll through Latvia’s capital Riga, travellers can look forward to around 800 magnificent Art Nouveau buildings. Richly decorated with ornaments, oriels and magnificent facades, they accompany a stroll through the medieval old town. Away from the capital, the seaside resort of Jurmala, the baroque Rundale Castle or the ruins of Wenden Castle are among the highlights of a trip to Latvia. In addition, there are beaches, high moors, forests and unspoiled landscapes. ››› Fähreto Latvia

Lithuania’s capital Vilnius awaits its guests with narrow streets, historic buildings and more than 50 churches. The seaside resort of Palanga was once luxurious, and the island castle of Trakai, with its towers and walls of red brick, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the country. Lithuania’s national parks protect pristine oak forests and bogs, while the Curonian Spit delights nature lovers with secluded sandy beaches and high dunes. ››› Fähreto Lithuania


Entry requirements

For entry into Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, travellers with German citizenship require an identity card or (children’s) passport valid for the entire duration of the journey.


Alternative travel options

If you want to travel to the Baltic States by car or motorhome, you can do so on the European Road 67, which runs through Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia after the Czech Republic and Poland. Trains and buses are possible alternatives, but long travel times and transfers must be expected. In addition, there are regular flights from Germany to the Baltic States throughout the year.


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