Ferries to Estonia

Discover onion domes in Tallinn on your cruise
Tallinn onion domes
Map and flag of Estonia

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

There is no direct ferry connection between Germany and Estonia. From Germany there would be the possibility to travel from Travemünde via Helsinki to Tallinn. The Estonian capital can also be reached by Ferries from Stockholm, Mariehamn and St. Petersburg.

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All ferries to Estonia

Here you find all current ferry connections to Estonia.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
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
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
Ferry Hanko – Paldiski Ferry from Finland to Estonia 7 times a week
9 hours 30 minutes
DFDS Seaways

All ferries from Estonia

Here you find all current ferry connections from Estonia.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
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 ports in Estonia

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

Ports
Paldiski
Tallinn

Travel guide Estonia

Holiday in Estonia

Estonia is truly a European gem. Just 1.3 million people live here in an area slightly larger than that of Switzerland. Estonia invites its guests to discover culture and historical sights. With over 2,000 islands, 3,800 kilometres of coastline, old trees and varied landscapes, nature lovers will also find ideal conditions.


TOP excursion destinations in Estonia

Estonia’s capital Tallinn is of special beauty. Your visitors can look forward to a place where history and modernity meet. The city wall, cathedral and picturesque old town are just as inspiring here as the television tower, Telliskivi Creative City and art museum.

Tallinn’s Old Town is surrounded by a well-preserved city wall. With a length of almost two kilometres, 26 towers and gates, it is one of the best-preserved medieval city fortifications in Europe.

Just outside Tallinn’s centre lies Kadriorg Castle. Tsar Peter I had it built for his wife Catherine I from 1718. It was built on the model of Versailles and delights with its richly decorated baroque architecture, ceiling paintings, garden and park.

Bishop’s Castle Haapsalu is a medieval castle complex dating back to the 13th century. The main castle now houses a museum, while the cathedral combines both Romanesque and Gothic stylistic elements.

Jägala Waterfall is the largest waterfall in Estonia. It is up to eight meters high and over 50 meters wide. Especially in spring when the snow melts or when it partially freezes over in winter, it is an impressive sight.

Soomaa National Park is a vast bog area with a visitor centre. On foot, on snowshoes or by canoe, the flora and fauna of this unique habitat can be explored.

Laheema National Park is located on Estonia’s north coast. While hiking and observing, nature lovers come across protected forests, vast moors and large mammals. In addition to moose, wild boar and foxes, wolves, lynxes and brown bears also live here.


Entry requirements

As a member of the Schengen area, German citizens only need a passport or identity card valid for the entire duration of their journey when entering Estonia. There is no visa requirement.


Alternative travel options

If you want to travel to Estonia by car or motorhome, you first have to cross Poland, Lithuania and Latvia. The European Road 67 connects Prague with Tallinn. Travelling by train or long-distance bus from Germany is also possible without any problems, but you will have to change trains. Regular flights to Estonia are offered all year round from Germany.


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