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

There is a direct ferry connection from Travemünde to the Finnish capital Helsinki. In addition, Finland is also accessible from Estonia, Russia and Sweden on the following routes: Tallinn – Helsinki, St. Petersburg – Helsinki, Stockholm – Helsinki, Stockholm – Turku, Kapellskär – Naantali and Umea – Vaasa.

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Travel guide Finland

Holiday in Finland

Forests, moors, lakes, endless beaches and the world’s largest archipelago make up Finland’s rugged charm. Add friendly locals, lighthouses, quaint homes and beautiful towns, and you have the perfect holiday destination for nature lovers.


TOP excursion destinations in Finland

Finland’s capital Helsinki inspires with untouched nature, fascinating architecture and lively city flair. A stroll through Helsinki includes Senate Square with the cathedral, Temppeliaukio Church, the market halls and the Suomenlinna sea fortress.

The Finnish castle Suomenlinna is a well-preserved sea fortress at the gates of Helsinki. It extends over several islands, its fortifications, walls and ramparts are several kilometres long.

Naantali is one of the oldest cities in Finland. Colourful wooden houses, narrow old town alleys, church, marina and park invite you to take a leisurely stroll through the town. Children especially enjoy the amusement park Moomin World.

Medieval Turku offers everything a holidaymaker could wish for: magnificent buildings, an imposing castle, a cathedral and a river in the middle of the city, lined with restaurants and cafés.

As if painted, Olavinlinna Castle is situated on a rocky island and can only be reached via a bridge. With its three towers and thick fortress walls, it is one of the most beautiful castles in Finland.

If you’re ever in Finland, you could pay Santa a visit. His village Rovaniemi is located in Lapland and spreads Christmas spirit all year round. Santa’s office, post office, reindeer, Arctic Circle crossing and elves included!

The archipelago off Turku invites you to go island hopping. Thousands of large and small islands offer solitude, untouched nature, coziness and a fascinating flora and fauna.

In the very north of Finland, Lapland is the beginning of a world that shows its own face in every season. Moose, reindeer, midnight sun, polar night, northern lights and sledding are all part of this unique landscape.


Entry requirements

Entry to Finland is possible for German citizens with the following travel documents: passport, identity card and children’s passport. All documents must be valid for the entire period of stay. A visa is not required for the stay in Finland.


Alternative travel options

The land route from Germany to Finland is a very long one and leads through Poland, the Baltic States and Russia. Those who choose to travel this long way can do so by car, motorhome, coach and train. The journey is much faster by Fähre and plane. Direct flights are available from many German airports. ”’ Ferries to Scandinavia


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