Day 1. Travel from Stockholm to Tallinn
Your day trip to Tallinn has begun. Our driver will be waiting for you in the lobby of your hotel. Please do not be late for your transfer to the harbor.
To board the ship, you will need to provide your valid passport. You will be welcomed aboard by the kind staff of the ship, and they will check you in for the trip and show you the route to your cabin.
On board the ship, there are a number of great restaurants and pubs to choose from. In addition, the nightclub offers a variety of entertainment options, making it a wonderful place to relax and have a good time while also meeting new people. Moreover, passengers will enjoy the duty-free store while they go shopping.
There is a wide variety of cabins, each offering a different degree of comfort and amenities. Our standard accommodation consists of B-class cabins, often known as internal cabins, as well as A-class cabins with a window. Get in touch with us if you want a cabin that is more luxuriously furnished.
The ship is scheduled to depart at 18:00. There will be a short stop at the Åland Islands at around 5 a.m. You are scheduled to arrive in Tallinn at 10:00 am.
About the ship
The ship was constructed in the shipyard at Rauma, Finland, and set sail for the first time on April 22, 2008. The ship has a length of 212 meters and a width of 219 meters. The displacement equals 48,000 metric tons. The speed is 23 knots. There are a total of 12 decks and 927 cabins in all. The total number of passengers is 2,800.
Day 2. Tallinn Walking Tour
A scrumptious breakfast is going to be served to you in the morning. When you get to Tallinn, you may leave your bags in the cabin for safekeeping. This evening, the same ship will make its way back to Stockholm.
After being greeted by your tour guide in the arrivals area of the terminal, you will then embark on a three-hour Tallinn sightseeing tour on foot.
What to do in Tallinn for 1 day?
Tallinn, which is the best-preserved medieval city in Northern Europe with its Gothic spires, meandering cobblestone lanes, and attractive landmarks, attracts tourists from all over the globe who come to appreciate its beauty.
The Old Town was formerly home to prosperous merchants who settled there after migrating from nations such as Germany and Denmark, and it has since evolved into a popular destination for both residents and visitors. This ancient district of the city is always bustling with activity because of the presence of a variety of restaurants, pubs, museums, and galleries.
You will immediately understand why so many people have characterized Old Tallinn as mysterious and fascinating with its enchanting beauty after spending only one day in a genuine medieval ambiance.
Tallinn, in contrast to many other capital cities in Europe, has been successful in totally preserving the monuments of medieval Hanseatic provenance. The Old Town was recognized by UNESCO as a prime example of a historical district that has been meticulously conserved and included on its World Heritage List in the year 1997. In this area, the roads are paved with cobblestone, and there are old churches and splendid merchant homes, barns, and warehouses scattered throughout. Many of these buildings date back to the Middle Ages.
Your one day trip to Tallinn has come to an end. The ship is scheduled to leave port in the evening, at 18:00, to begin the journey back to Stockholm.
Day 3. Return to Stockholm
Breakfast will begin at 8:00 in the morning, and the ship arrives at the port of Stockholm at 10:30.
We have high hopes that this brief trip, full of memorable experiences and great feelings, will make you happy.
Round trip from Stockholm to Tallinn by a comfortable ferry
Accommodation in a cabin of your choice
Buffet breakfast on board
Private 3 hour walking tour of Tallinn (with your own personal guide)
Private return harbour transfers in Stockholm (city center)