Meaux is a Marne River (Seine River) cruise port and town in France's Seine-et-Marne department (Ile-de-France region, Paris metro area, north-central France), with population around 54,000. Meaux is approx 41 km (26 ml) northeast from downtown Paris City.
The town is served by Transilien (suburban railway service by SNCF) and several national train lines. Over 30 bus lines serve the Eastern Paris metro area. Most monuments and buildings are in Vieille Ville (Old Town) and inside its defensive city walls. Most famous museums are Musee Bossuet (episcopal palace, art and history museum) and Musée de la Grande Guerre (world's largest museum themed on WW1 / 1914-1918). The town is well-known for musical concerts and festivals celebrated annually (including Musik'elles), Brie de Meaux (cheese variety) and a local variety of mustard.
As cruise port, Meaux is included in the regular schedule of one of Europe's largest river cruise companies - CroisiEurope. Next table shows the ports sequence of CroisiEurope's 6-day cruisetour itinerary between homeports Epernay and Paris, with prices from ~USD 2000 per person (double occupancy cabin rates). The itinerary is operated by the 2014-built luxury hotel-barge ship Raymonde.
|Date / Time||Port|
|04 Jun 18:00 / 05 Jun 12:00 (overnight)||Departing from Epernay, France|
|05 Jun 19:00 / 06 Jun 13:00 (overnight)||Dormans, France|
|06 Jun 18:00 / 07 Jun 12:00 (overnight)||Chateau Thierry, France|
|07 Jun 18:30 / 08 Jun 08:00 (overnight)||Saint-Jean-les-Deux-Jumeaux, France|
|08 Jun 13:00||Meaux, France|
|08 Jun 18:30 / 09 Jun 07:00 (overnight)||Lagny-sur-Marne, France|
|09 Jun 14:15 / 10 Jun 09:00 (overnight)||Arriving in Paris, France|
Port Meaux 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 Meaux, France. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|6 July, 2021|
|20 July, 2021|