Ferry from Tallinn to Stockholm
Tickets, Prices & Schedules
Is there a ferry from Tallinn to Stockholm?
Yes, you can directly travel from Tallinn to Stockholm by ferry throughout the year. All ferry connections are operated by the company Tallink.
You can find all ferry timetables to Stockholm in real time on Ferryhopper and book your ferry tickets easily and quickly.
Am I allowed to travel from Tallinn to Stockholm?
Yes, traveling from Tallinn to Stockholm by ferry is allowed. Before your trip, check the latest updates on Covid-19 and ferry travel between Estonia and Sweden, including all necessary documents and procedures.
What’s the ferry schedule from Tallinn to Stockholm?
Ferry connections between Tallinn and Stockholm are available year-round, with 3-4 weekly departures. Usually, there is 1 connection every second day.
Ferries depart from Tallinn at 18:00, arriving at the port of Stockholm the following day, at 10:30 in the morning.
Ferry Tickets, Offers & Discounts
How much is the ferry from Tallinn to Stockholm?
Booking a one-way ferry ticket on the Tallinn - Stockholm route costs around €106-112. The final cost may vary depending on available discounts, offers, vehicle selection and accommodation type.
Discover the best available offers for your ferry trip on Ferryhopper. Find real-time information about our ferry routes, compare fares and offers, and book your tickets on Ferryhopper at the same price with the ferry companies.
Find the discount that suits you best on Ferryhopper and book your tickets to Stockholm at the best price! Some indicative passenger categories that are entitled to discount tickets are:
- Toddlers (0-5)
- Children (6-11)
Ferry Route Info
How long is the ferry ride from Tallinn to Stockholm?
The duration of the ferry journey to Stockholm from Tallinn is around 16.5 hr.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Tallinn to Stockholm?
The Tallinn - Stockholm ferry route is operated by the conventional ferry Baltic Queen.
What’s the distance between Tallinn and Stockholm?
The distance between the port of Tallinn in Estonia and the capital of Sweden is 204 nautical miles (around 379 km).
Ferry Trip Tips
Useful tips for your ferry trip to Stockholm from Tallinn
Here are some travel tips for your trip from Tallinn to Stockholm:
- We recommend arriving at the port of Tallinn as early as possible, as it might get busy, especially during the high season and on weekends.
- Due to unforeseen circumstances, the ferry departure times from Tallinn to Stockholm may change. Make sure to confirm your ferry’s departure time and track your ferry in real time on the Ferryhopper App!
- Make sure to check out our Stockholm travel guide and gather inspiration for your trip to Sweden!
- After spending a few days in Stockholm, you might want to explore other Scandinavian destinations as well. Check out the Stockholm to Helsinki ferry route on Ferryhopper to explore the wonders of Finland!
Where to take the ferry from Tallinn to Stockholm
You can catch a ferry to Stockholm from the port of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Specifically, ferries usually leave from Terminal D. Nearby, you can find ATMs, shops, lockers for luggage and a cafe. There are also several parking spaces and charging stations for electric vehicles.
To get there, you can walk from downtown Tallinn and arrive in 15 min. Alternatively, there are also taxis next to the terminal, as well as public transport connecting Tallinn Airport to the city port.
Can I travel on the ferry from Tallinn to Stockholm with a car?
Yes, ferries traveling to Stockholm have garage spaces for the transport of vehicles. There are electronic boards and systems at the port that assist with vehicle navigation and traffic management, ensuring a smooth boarding process.
When traveling to Stockholm by ferry with Tallink, you can keep your luggage next to you or store your bags and suitcases in the designated luggage area. There is no check-in procedure for luggage items.
Tip: we suggest that you do not carry too much luggage to avoid delays when boarding.
On the ferries between Tallinn and Stockholm, there are different types of cabins to choose from, with different amenities and features. As certain cabin types may be limited in availability, consider planning your trip well in advance.
You can bring along your pet on the ferries of Tallink and smoothly travel to Sweden! All pets should hold a ticket. Smaller animals must be kept in carriers/cages, while large-sized animals can stay in pet-friendly cabins. Otherwise, they must be leashed and muzzled.
Make sure to bring along all the necessary documents, pet tickets and other supplies for your trip.
Where can I book cheap ferry tickets from Tallinn to Stockholm?
On Ferryhopper, you can discover the port and city of Stockholm from Tallinn by ferry! Browse all ferry connections on our interactive Map of ferries, find the crossing that best suits your needs and book your tickets at no extra cost!