Despite the continuing spread of the coronavirus, it is possible to travel and enjoy it. There are currently fewer cruise destinations, but you can still travel from Tallinn Old City Harbour to Helsinki and aboard the Tallink ship Baltic Queen to Stockholm for a day.
Viking Line will organize a special cruise to Åland, Marienhamn, with a departure on September 17.
Autumn is the most beautiful time in Åland. On 17–19 September, Skördefest, or harvest festival, which is also known to Estonians as Open Farm Day, is traditionally celebrated there. It is a local highlight, the engine of Åland’s food culture and a beating heart.
Before going on a trip, be sure to read about the restrictions caused by the spread of the Covid-19 virus when travelling, the country of destination, and also the rules to follow when returning home.
From 26 August, wearing a mask in passenger terminals is again mandatory.
Although travel is a little more complicated at the moment, it can be organized responsibly and be enjoyed.
It is especially convenient if you have been vaccinated against Covid-19 – when travelling to Finland and Sweden, it is enough to show a vaccine passport at the border or when entering the ship and please wear a mask when travelling.
You don’t have to consider the extra cost of testing, nor do you have to stay in isolation after the trip.
The Port of Tallinn is marked “Covid-19 safe”.
If you do not have travel plans at the moment, we invite you to see really big cruise ships on the new cruise promenade.
The cruise promenade is open from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.