Strasbourg (France)

Cruise Port schedule, map, terminals, news

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Region
France Rivers

Coordinates
48.58061 N, 7.73802 E

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Strasbourg is the capital and largest city of Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine region (eastern France), located near the border with Germany. The city covers a total area of approx 78,26 km2 (30,22 ml2) and has a population of around 276,170 people according to 2014 census (metro 773,350 ranking it France's 9th largest).

  • Strasbourg is the seat of a number of European institutions, including the Council of Europe (with the European Court of Human Rights, European Directorate for Quality of Medicines and European Audiovisual Observatory) and Eurocorps, as well as the European Ombudsman of the EU and the European Parliament. The city is also the seat of Central Commission for Navigation on Rhine and International Institute of Human Rights.
  • The city is also famous for its sandstone Gothic Cathedral with astronomical clock, as well as for the medieval cityscape of Rhineland timber-framed black-and-white buildings, particularly in Petite France district or "tanners' district" (Gerberviertel) alongside the Ill and in the squares and streets surrounding the cathedral, where Maison Kammerzell stands out.
  • In 1988 the historic city centre of Strasbourg, Grand Island (Grande Ile), was classified World Heritage site by UNESCO, the first time such an honour was placed on entire city centre. The city of Strasbourg is immersed in Franco-German culture. Though violently argued throughout history, it has been a cultural bridge between Germany and France for centuries, especially via the University of Strasbourg, now the 2nd largest in France, as well as the coexistence of Protestant and Catholic culture. Strasbourg Grand Mosque, which is the largest Islamic place of worship found in France, was inaugurated on September 27, 2012 by French Interior Minister Manuel Valls.
  • Economically, Strasbourg is a major centre of engineering and manufacturing, as well as a hub of rail, road and river transportation. 

Highlights: Cathedral, Place Gutenberg, Orangery, European Parliament, Keyl

Strasbourg cruise terminal

Cruise ships to Strasbourg France dock in Kehl Germany. The port of Strasbourg is the 2nd largest on Rhine after Duisburg, Germany.

The Strasbourg cruise port map is interactive. It shows the port's exact location, along with the real-time cruise ship traffic (if any) in its vicinity - today, and right now. By zooming-out you can see other cruise ship ports located near Strasbourg, France.

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Port Strasbourg cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Strasbourg, France. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

Day Ships in port
Tuesday
2 May, 2017
ms Leonard de Vinci(departing at 02 May)
River Queen(arriving at 02 May - departing at 02 May)
Saturday
6 May, 2017
ms Monet(departing at 06 May)
River Empress(arriving at 06 May - departing at 06 May)
Sunday
7 May, 2017
ms La Boheme(departing at 07 May)
MS Inspire(arriving at 07 May - departing at 07 May)
Monday
1 May, 2017
Viking Mani(arriving at 01 May - departing at 01 May)
Wednesday
3 May, 2017
Avalon Felicity(arriving at 03 May - departing at 03 May)
Thursday
4 May, 2017
Viking Eir(arriving at 04 May - departing at 04 May)
Friday
5 May, 2017
Avalon Felicity(arriving at 05 May - departing at 05 May)
Monday
8 May, 2017
Viking Eir(arriving at 08 May - departing at 08 May)
Tuesday
9 May, 2017
Viking Idi(arriving at 09 May - departing at 09 May)
Wednesday
10 May, 2017
SS Antoinette(arriving at 10 May - departing at 10 May)
Thursday
11 May, 2017
Viking Mani(arriving at 11 May - departing at 11 May)
Friday
12 May, 2017
AmaSonata(arriving at 12 May - departing at 12 May)
MS Royal Crown(arriving at 12 May - departing at 13 May)
Saturday
13 May, 2017
MS Royal Crown(arriving at 13 May)
Avalon Felicity(arriving at 13 May - departing at 13 May)
Sunday
14 May, 2017
MS Grace(arriving at 14 May - departing at 14 May)
Monday
15 May, 2017
Viking Mani(arriving at 15 May - departing at 15 May)
Tuesday
16 May, 2017
ms Leonard de Vinci(arriving at 16 May)
AmaSonata(arriving at 16 May - departing at 16 May)
Wednesday
17 May, 2017
Avalon Felicity(arriving at 17 May - departing at 17 May)
Thursday
18 May, 2017
Avalon Artistry II(arriving at 18 May - departing at 18 May)
Friday
19 May, 2017
Avalon Imagery II(arriving at 19 May - departing at 19 May)
Saturday
20 May, 2017
River Empress(arriving at 20 May - departing at 20 May)
Sunday
21 May, 2017
Avalon Artistry II(arriving at 21 May - departing at 21 May)
Monday
22 May, 2017
Viking Eir(arriving at 22 May - departing at 22 May)
MS Rex Rheni(arriving at 22 May - departing at 23 May)
Tuesday
23 May, 2017
Viking Idi(arriving at 23 May - departing at 23 May)
MS Rex Rheni(arriving at 23 May - departing at 24 May)
Wednesday
24 May, 2017
SS Antoinette(arriving at 24 May - departing at 24 May)
Thursday
25 May, 2017
MS Inspire(arriving at 25 May - departing at 25 May)
Friday
26 May, 2017
AmaSonata(arriving at 26 May - departing at 26 May)
Saturday
27 May, 2017
Avalon Felicity(arriving at 27 May - departing at 27 May)
Sunday
28 May, 2017
AmaPrima(arriving at 28 May - departing at 28 May)
Monday
29 May, 2017
ms Gerard Schmitter(arriving at 29 May)
Viking Mani(arriving at 29 May - departing at 29 May)
Tuesday
30 May, 2017
AmaSonata(arriving at 30 May - departing at 30 May)
Wednesday
31 May, 2017
Avalon Felicity(arriving at 31 May - departing at 31 May)