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By ferry

Several major ferry lines serve the countries around the Baltic Sea, and Stockholm's harbors are centrally located.

There are regular services from Finland, Poland and the Baltic states with large passenger and car ferries docking at their own terminals in the Stockholm area. During crossings you can enjoy good food, shopping and entertainment.

More information about Stockholm's larger harbors, regions with regular services to Stockholm and shipping lines serving the Baltic below.

Frihamnen

To StockholmOne of Stockholm's largest ports with cruise ships and ferries arriving and departing on a daily basis. Frihamnen is located about three kilometers away from the city center and the journey takes 10 minutes by taxi (should cost about 180-250 SEK) and 20 minutes by public transportation. At Stockholm Cruise Center at Frihamnen 638 where you will find a tourist information center, toilets, souvenir shops, telephones, post boxes, internet access and restaurants/cafes that are open during cruise calls. Hop on hop off sightseeing by bus is available from the port area.

Tallink-Siljas ferries from Helsinki, Åbo, Tallinn and Riga arrive daily at Frihamnen, close to central Stockholm. Gärdet underground station is close to Frihamnen, or you can take buses 1, 72 or 76 to central Stockholm. For further information about bus stops and departures, please visit the Stockholm Public Transport website website at www.sl.se.

Keywords: Frihamnen, boat, cruise, ferry

Frihamnen 10253 Stockholm

www.tallinksilja.com www.sl.se

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Stadsgårdskajen

To StockholmThis large port is centrally located and if you like, you can walk to nearby attractions. It takes 10-20 minutes to walk to the Old Town; 20-30 minutes to the city center (Sergels torg). A taxi or bus will take 10 minutes. Appropriate price for the taxi, ca 80-150 SEK. Visit our tourist information center at the cruise terminal at pier 165/167. The cruise terminal also has toilets, souvenir shops, telephones, post boxes, internet access and restaurants/cafes that are open during cruise calls. Hop on hop off sightseeing by bus is available from the port area. Don't miss the renowned museum of photography, Fotografiska, which is in the same building as the tourist office.

Ferries from Åland and Finland arrive daily at Stadsgårdskajen. If you'd like to extend your weekend in Stockholm with a visit to Riga or Tallinn with Birka Cruises or Viking Line from here. For further information about bus stops and departures, please visit the Stockholm Public Transport website at www.sl.se.

Nynäshamn harbor

To StockholmNynäshamn is a suburb 57 kilometers south of central Stockholm. There is a tourist information office at the pier. It's easy to reach central Stockholm by bus or commuter train from the Nynäshamn ferry terminal.

Cruise ships dock here as well as Polferries from Gdansk in Poland and Destination Gotland ferries from the Swedish island of Gotland.

Nynäshamns hamn 14930 Nynäshamn

www.destinationgotland.se www.polferries.se

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Grisslehamn harbor (From Åland)

To StockholmEckerölinjen ferries from Åland dock at Grisslehamn, around 113 kilometers north of Stockholm city. Buses leave the Grisslehamn ferry terminal for Cityterminalen in Stockholm City; fares are additional.

Grisslehamns hamn

www.eckerolinjen.se

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Kapellskär harbor (From Åland)

To StockholmViking Line ferries from Åland dock at Kapellskär, around 80 kilometers north of Stockholm city. Buses leave the Kapellskär ferry terminal for Cityterminalen in Stockholm City; fares are additional.

Kapellskärs hamn 76015 Gräddö

www.vikingline.fi

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