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Photo of the city Helsinki

As the Capital of Finland and the most northernly metro area over one million people, Helsinki brings much to offer. Helsinki is larger than Tallinn, yet smaller than Saint Petersburg and Stockholm, giving it a unique feel in the Baltics.

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Photo of the city Lübeck

Lübeck is a picturesque city on Germany's north coast. It is a large port on the Baltic Sea, and has many ferry connections between North Germany and Scandanavia.

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Photo of the city Malmö

Malmö is a large post-industrial city at the southern end of Sweden, located close to Denmark.

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Photo of the city Riga

Riga is a cozy Baltic city with a lot to offer. As the capital and largest city in Latvia, you can find almost anything here. Riga has a large, well-preserved Old Town, as well as a compact inner-city. Riga is served by many cruise lines each year, as well as a daily Ferry connection with Stockholm with Tallink-Silja.

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Logo Headquarters Baltic Sea Cities Served
Logo of Finnlines Helsinki, Finland Helsinki, Lübeck, Malmö, Stockholm, Turku, Åland
Logo of Tallink Silja Tallinn, Estonia Helsinki, Stockholm, Tallinn, Turku, Åland
Logo of Eckerö Linjen Mariehamn, Åland, Finland Stockholm, Åland
Logo of Viking Line Mariehamn, Åland, Finland Helsinki, Stockholm, Tallinn, Turku, Åland
Logo of Eckerö Line Helsinki, Finland Helsinki, Tallinn
Logo of Wasaline Vaasa, Finland Umeå, Vaasa
Logo of St. Peter Line Helsinki, Finland Helsinki, Riga, Saint Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn