Viking Line provides year round daily crossings between Finland, the Aland Islands and Sweden as well as Finland and Estonia.
The onboard experience provided by Viking Line is widely known to be one of the best among ferry operators, and not just those in the Baltic Sea region. Viking Line like seeing people enjoying themselves on their ships and provide ample onboard entertainment, good food and drink, and great shopping to ensure everyone has a good time.
With a luxury fleet of ships, it’s no surprise that more than 6 million people choose to travel over the Baltic Sea with Viking Line each year.
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Awesome experience! Smooth ride- everything was easy and on time. Actual ship was great and our kids loved the kid area. Prices for food and drinks were good and not overpriced. Price for actual ferry was very affordable. Only issue- the "arrive 90 minutes early" is not necessary at smaller ports- we just sat in line in our car w/ no where to use a restroom. This was also past peak summer season- I'm sure the 90 minutes are necessary in July. But for us- even 45 minutes was too early of a recommendation. Great overall though!
'Gregory' travelled with Viking Line on RosellaRead More Read Less
Great journey! The ship had basically all you needed. Great entertainment on-board as well.
'Silvia' travelled with Viking Line on Viking XprsRead More Read Less
We enjoyed our return voyage from Helsinki to Tallinn very much. I recommend Viking highly!
'Richard' travelled with Viking Line on Viking XprsRead More Read Less
"Very comfortable travel"
My first trip on the Viking Express was very good. Cabin was clean and comfortable for working. The food options were plentiful and tasty. Amenities available onboard were very nice. Staff very friendly and helpful.
'Julie' travelled with Viking Line on Viking XprsRead More Read Less