The Port of Turku has prepared for preventing the spreading of the coronavirus. The Port follows the instructions of various authorities and those of the City of Turku. In order to prevent the coronavirus from spreading the following measures are in effect until further notice.
The passenger harbour in Turku is a lively centre of ferry traffic between Finland and Sweden through which a high volume of goods and passengers pass every day. In addition, Baltic Sea cruise liners call in Turku in the summertime. The Swedish routes are operated with modern passenger ferries by two shipping companies, Tallink Silja and Viking Line. There are four daily liner traffic departures from Turku to Stockholm, two in the morning and two in the evening. Frequent liner traffic offers flexibility for both passenger traffic and cargo transports. Next to the passenger harbour terminals there is a railway station for passenger trains, and coach and bus platforms. In addition, the Port’s parking areas are located just a short walk away from the terminals.