First it's important that you make it clear that this is an issue. So raise the point to everyone and especially your manager that you have too much meetings and need to get work done.
Then, decline meetings. If there is a big meeting you feel only partly relevant, ask if you are fine not coming and simply read a report. Sometimes, it is hard as there is peer pressure about participating to meetings, but if you feel some meeting is unnecessary or comes at the wrong time, it's most of the time OK to say you won't participate and that it's not negotiable.
It's also important you ask or provide alternate ways to communicate that aren't synchronous and can get the less urgent communication happen without interrupting your work: this is what mail, ticketing, chat etc. are made for. This will allow to further free you from 1-1 that could have been a mail, and because writing requires more effort, it will also reduce communication noise.
Finally, you should realize some meetings are important. Sometimes, the company undergo change that require synchronization, and participating that can be more valuable than your work output. So it's good to accept that some days, you won't be able to do as much as you would like.