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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.
Ferries from Turku in Finland go to Stockholm in Sweden and to Langnas and Mariehamn in Aland Island with the operator Tallink ferries. With the simple booking form from AFerry you can easily find the right ferry for you.
Below you can find Turku ferry times, as well as our best deals.
Ferries to and from Turku
Check in for Turku ferries starts from 2 hours prior to departure.
Turku Ferries offer great onboard facilities such as a variety of restaurants including a grill and barbeque house, a cafe, a buffet style restaurant, comfortable cabins, entertainment spaces, a pool, playrooms for kids and duty free shops.
Tallink ferries offer great deals and promotions on Turku Ferries and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.
Whichever Turku ferry you choose, you can rest safe in the knowledge that you found a great deal with AFerry.
For information on terminal facilities and car parking at Turku port, please go to our Turku Ferry Port Information page.
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.
Turku port facilities
Turku Ferry Port is just 3 Km away from the city centre and provides all the facilities such as a tourist information centre, ATM and bureau de change, shops, public toilets, restaurants and bars, a shuttle service and taxis along with state of the art video surveillance.
Getting to Turku
The Helsingintie road connects Turku to Helsinki. Turku Ferry port is generally very well connected to the rest of Finland and the E18 motorway will connect Scandinavia via Finland to St. Petersburg and via Russia further afield to the east.
The bus station is just 120 m from the ferry terminal and the local bus number 1 connects the terminal with the city centre every 15 minutes.
The Finnish rail network is one of the best in Scandinavia. There is a train station just 100 m away from the ferry terminal and frequent trains connect to the rest of Finland.
Turku Ferry Port, Linnankatu 91, Turku, 20100, Finland
Viking Line terminal, 1. Linja, Linnansatama, FIN-20100, Finland