Tallink to launch a temporary route between Tallinn and Turku for three weeks in July

Tallink Grupp has today announced that it will add a temporary route between Estonia and Finland  this summer to connect the Estonian capital city of Tallinn with Turku – the historic gemstone and first capital of Finland.

The Tallinn-Turku route will be launched on Monday, 6 July, with the first departure leaving from Tallinn and the final trip finishing again in Tallinn on 24 July.  Altogether, during the three weeks, the company’s vessel Baltic Queen will carry out two round trips per week, offering holiday-makers the opportunity to plan shorter or longer trips to either Estonia or Finland, either as short day-cruises, with a day to spend in the destination or to spend longer holidays for a week or two in the country of destination.

The weekly schedule for Baltic Queen on the Tallinn-Turku route from 6 to 24 July is the following:


18.00 Departure from Tallinn


10.00 Arrival in Turku

18.00 Departure from Turku


10.00 Arrival in Tallinn

18.00 Departure from Tallinn


10.00 Arrival in Turku

18.00 Departure from Turku


10.00 Arrival to Tallinn

All departures will make a short stopover in Åland, Port of Långnäs, thus allowing all the passengers to enjoy the opportunity for tax free shopping during the trip.

The tickets to the Tallinn-Turku route departures can be booked from today  15 June 2020 via Tallink Grupp’s websites at www.tallink.ee and www.tallinksilja.fi.



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