Thionville is a Moselle River cruise port and town in France's Grand Est region (Moselle department) with population around 40,000. Until 1918 (the end of WW1/1914-18) the town was named Diedenhofen and was part of Germany.
Town's economy is largely based on heavy industries (steel production and processing), mainly due to iron ore mines. Many residents commute daily to Luxembourg (the France-Luxemburg border is approx 15 km / 10 mi) to work. Trains connect Thionville directly with Luxembourg City, Metz, Nancy, Paris City, Strasbourg, also with Belgium (Brussels) and Switzerland (Zurich). Highway A31 connects with Luxembourg City and Metz.
Germany to France (Saarbrucken-Nancy)
|Date / Time||Port|
|22 Apr 12:00||Departing from Saarbrucken, Germany|
|22 Apr 20:00 - 23 Apr 18:00 (overnight)||Mettlach, Germany|
|24 Apr 00:01 - 12:00||Riol, Germany|
|24 Apr 20:00 - 25 Apr 13:00 (overnight)||Remich, Luxembourg|
|25 Apr 18:00 - 26 Apr 10:00 (overnight)||Thionville, France|
|26 Apr 15:00 - 27 Apr 07:00 (overnight)||Metz, France|
|27 Apr 14:00||Arriving in Nancy, France|
France to Germany (Nancy-Saarbrucken)
|Date / Time||Port|
|29 Apr 13:00||Departing from Nancy, France|
|29 Apr 20:00 - 30 Apr 13:00||Metz, France|
|30 Apr 18:00 - 01 May 08:00||Thionville, France|
|02 May 08:00||Grevenmacher, Luxembourg|
|02 May 12:00 - 18:00||Riol, Germany|
|03 May 02:00 - 04 May 07:30||Mettlach, Germany|
|04 May 15:00||Arriving in Saarbrucken, Germany|
The 7-day cruisetour itinerary (between Saarbrucken and Nancy) was priced from USD 1225 / EUR 1010 per person with double occupancy.
Port Thionville 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 Thionville, France. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|1 October, 2021|