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Reaching Helsinki

Helsinki is just a 2 hour ferry away from Tallinn. There are different ferries like Tallink, Eckero Lines and Vikings. You can checkout the best available option through their website or mobile app. Its so nice to enjoy a cruise experience and its quite short time , there will be some entertaintments inside for enjoying

Once the cruise reaches Helsnki, the the City Center is not too far from the terminal. To use public transport , there is an app Hola can be used for recharging for single ticket ,day ticket etc. or there are ecen ticket vending machines available

Attractions in Finland

Helsinki Cathedral
Sea Life Helsinki
Market Square
Santa Claus Village

“”Winter Wonderland”

Typical Costs When Travelling


  • Hostels: Budget travelers can find dormitory beds in hostels for approximately €20-€40 per night.
  • Mid-Range Hotels: A night in a mid-range hotel typically costs between €80-€150.
  • Luxury Hotels: High-end hotels can range from €150 to €300 or more per night.
  • Cabin Rentals: In rural areas, renting cabins or cottages is a popular option, and prices can vary widely.


  • Fast Food: Fast food meals at popular chains cost around €6-€10.
  • Casual Dining: A meal at a moderately priced restaurant may cost between €15-€30.
  • Fine Dining: Dining at upscale restaurants can cost €50 or more per person.
  • Grocery Shopping: Buying groceries for self-catering can be cost-effective. A week’s worth of groceries might cost around €40-€70.


  • Public Transportation: Public buses and trams are available in major cities and typically cost around €3 for a single ticket. Day passes or transport cards can offer better value.
  • Taxis: Taxis can be expensive, with an initial charge of around €5 and a per-kilometer rate.
  • Car Rentals: Renting a car can vary in price, but expect to pay approximately €50-€100 per day for a standard car.
  • Long-Distance Buses: Travel between cities by bus is relatively affordable, with prices varying based on the distance and route. A one-way ticket might cost €20-€50.

Remember that these are approximate costs, and prices can vary based on the season, location, and individual preferences. Finland is known for its high cost of living, so it’s a good idea to plan your budget accordingly.

Money Saving Tips

Visit During Off-Peak Seasons Traveling during the shoulder seasons (spring and fall) can often result in lower prices for accommodation and attractions. Summer is the high tourist season, so prices tend to be higher.
Accommodation Choices Consider staying in budget accommodations such as hostels, guesthouses, or Airbnb rentals. You can also explore camping options, especially if you're visiting during the warmer months.
Free City Tours and Activities Take advantage of free walking tours or city tours that some places offer. Many cities in Finland also have free or low-cost cultural events and festivals.
Explore Nature for Free Finland's natural beauty is often its biggest attraction. Take advantage of the many hiking trails, parks, and lakes, which are usually free to access.