Le Pecq is a Seine River cruise port and town in north-central France (Yvelines department, Ile-de-France region), with a population of around 16,000. The town is located in a loop of the river (near Saint-Germain-en-Laye / chateau castle) and in the western suburbs of Paris City (approx 19 km / 11 mi from downtown).
The settlement was founded in the late-7th-century and in early-8th-century was given to Fontenelle Abbey. Town's current economy is based on Lyonnaise des Eaux - a drinking water production company serving over 0,5 million consumers (annual capacity of over 90 million m3). Best-known tourist attractions include two churches (St Wandrille, St Thibault), the railway viaduct (late-19th-century, with stone arches and connected to two tunnels) and Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
As cruise tour port, Le Pecq is included in the Viking River Cruises itinerary program of the longships Rinda (built 2013) and Kadlin (built 2016). The next table shows the 7-day itinerary (themed as "Paris and the Heart of Normandy") as ports of call sequence.
|Date / Time||Port|
|25 Apr||Departing from Le Pecq, France|
|26 Apr||Paris, France|
|27 Apr||Giverny, France|
|27 Apr||Vernon, France|
|28 Apr||Seine River, France|
|28-29 Apr (overnight)||Rouen, France|
|30 Apr||Les Andelys, France|
|01 May||Mantes-la-Jolie, France|
|01-02 May (overnight)||Arriving in Le Pecq, France|