Meissen

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What people are saying about Meissen

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 272 reviews

Relaxing on the boat but rushed in the town

Lovely journey to get there and back . We had to ask for English commentary and it was hard to hear at the front of the boat , maybe change the voice to a male? We found the porcelain factory eventually , when stepping of the boat turn left ( wished we had!) . We arrived at the factory at 1 pm but the next tour was 1.30, we were assured we should be finished by 2pm but didn't want to risk missing the boat , ( I do have a few mobility issues especially on the cobbles) so we gave it a miss and went for an ice cream in a beautiful square and enjoyed the scenery which in hindsight I should have just done st the start. Oh we went down to find the setting off place the day before as you need to exchange your paper/mobile tickets at their info office - you don't find out till the day which jetty you are leaving from and you can exchange your tickets then .

This Tour was just wonderful and amazing. Something will be unforgettable. Well organized and the crew are just nice and so kind. And every station we stopped was just in time. Thanks a lot

wonderful ride. very smooth, mostly friendly staff....it was a cool experience and a much more interesting way to get from point A to point B

Very interesting to see how the porcelain was made. The museum of the porcelain history and vast collection of pieces was very interesting.

We really liked it, and we have seen beautiful porcelans.

It's an awesome idea, that you can see in live action, how the porcelan is made, and not only on a video.