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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Mariehamn Ferry Port

  • Mariehamn Accommodation

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Mariehamn Ferry Services

Mariehamn Guide

Mariehamn Ferry Port

Mariehamn is a town found on the south west coast of Finland, belonging to the Aland region. The vast majority of the ferry routes heading out of Mariehamn are to other parts of Scandinavia, other than one crossing to Tallinn in Estonia. Most of the crossings have a duration of at least five hours. Regarded as a carefree summer town, Mariehamn is a refreshing change from the Baltic capitals that reside close by. Despite being a Finnish town, most of the locals predominantly speak Swedish, though almost everyone will be able to speak some English for the benefit of the many tourists. Many who visit Mariehamn do so in the knowledge they’ll find a relaxing coastal resort that offers some light activity; snorkelling and diving are two of the most popular pastimes in the town. For those who don’t wish to spend their time in the crystal waters on the shoreline, there are three major museums all in close proximity to each other: The Aland Hunting and Fishing Museum, The Aland Maritime Museum and The Pommerm Museum Ship can all be visited in what would be a day filled with history and culture. Despite the wealth of history on offer, the highlight of Mariehamn almost always come from the Karingsund Game Safari – an experienced tour guide gives an insight into the fascinating life of the park’s animals. The three primary forms of public transport around Mariehamn are buses, archipelago ferries and taxis. The bus service is relatively inexpensive and fairly affordable, and drops passengers all over the town. For visitors who crave quick and easy transport then taxis are possibly the best viable option.

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