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Disney Cruises in Europe

Join Disney Cruise Line for an unforgettable journey through the stunning regions of Northern and Western Europe and the Mediterranean. With departures available from four major European ports, guests have the opportunity to explore the cultural and scenic wonders throughout this beautiful continent. Our comprehensive guide provides essential information about Disney cruises in Europe, including departure dates, itineraries, pricing, highlights of ports of call, ship options, and crucial information about cruise ship terminals for embarkation and disembarkation. This article will also explain how to book your Disney cruise in Europe for a seamless, stress-free, and truly magical experience.

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Dates & Itineraries: Disney Cruises in Europe

Disney has 17 European cruises in 2024 and 20 European cruises in 2025 ,  offering itineraries from 3-12 nights (plus 13-night Transatlantic cruises that stop at a few European ports along the way). There will be three departure ports for passengers to choose from: Barcelona, Civitavecchia (Rome), and Southampton, giving them a wide range of options for exploring Europe.

Disney’s European cruises take guests to destinations in the British Isles, Norwegian Fjords, Mediterranean, Greek Isles, and other regions, allowing them to experience the unique charm and beauty of each location.

Please note : All prices listed below are for two adults and include taxes, fees, and port expenses.

3-Night Belgium Cruise from Southampton, England

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Itinerary Includes

  • Southampton, England (Cruise Start/End)
  • Zeebrugge (Brussels), Belgium

2024 Sail Dates

  • August 16 – 19, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $2,092 USD

2025 Sail Dates

  • August 29 – September 1, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $2,323 USD

3-Night France Cruise from Southampton

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  • Cherbourg, France
  • None currently scheduled for this itinerary

20XX Sail Dates

  • August 22 – 25, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $2,391 USD

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4-Night France Cruise from Southampton

Twilight view of illuminated buildings along the water in La Rochelle, France | Image © Disney

  • La Rochelle, France
  • Day at Sea (2 days)
  • August 12 – 16, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $2,779 USD

4-Night Spain Cruise from Southampton

An arched footbridge over the water in Bilbao, Spain

  • Bilbao, Spain
  • August 19 – 23, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $2,778 USD
  • August 25 – 29, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $3,048 USD
  • La Coruña, Spain
  • August 23 – 27, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $2,771 USD
  • August 18 – 22, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $3,067 USD

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5-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona

The leaning tower of Pisa, accessible from Livorno, Italy

  • Barcelona, Spain (Cruise Start/End)
  • Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
  • Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy
  • Villefranche (Monte Carlo, Nice), France
  • July 12 – 17, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $4,956 USD
  • Livorno (Florence & Pisa), Italy
  • Marseilles, France
  • July 19 – 24, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $4,905 USD

5-Night Spain Cruise from Southampton

  • July 31 – August 5, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $3,844 USD
  • Vigo, Spain
  • August 27 – September 1, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $3,450 USD
  • August 5 – 10, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $3,835 USD

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7-Night British Isles Cruise from Southampton

The sun peeks through Stonehenge, accessible from Portland, England

  • Cobh (Cork), Ireland
  • Greenock (Glasgow & Edinburgh), Scotland
  • Liverpool, England
  • Portland (Stonehenge), England
  • September 8 – 15, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $4,499 USD
  • Greenock, Scotland
  • Ringaskiddy (Cork), Ireland
  • September 8 – 15, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $4,299 USD

7-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona

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  • Cannes (Monte Carlo, Nice), France
  • Naples (Pompeii), Italy
  • July 5 – 12, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $6,767 USD
  • July 12 – 19, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $6,815 USD
  • Genoa (Milan), Italy
  • Toulon (Provence), France
  • May 17 – 24, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $3,774 USD
  • May 24 – 31, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $4,728 USD
  • May 25 – June 1, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $4,522 USD

7-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona ending in Civitavecchia

  • Barcelona, Spain (Cruise Start)
  • Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy (Cruise End)
  • May 31 – June 7, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $4,819 USD | 🔶 One-way cruise ending in Civitavecchia

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7-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Barcelona

  • Chania, Greece
  • Mykonos, Greece
  • Piraeus (Athens), Greece
  • June 14 – 21, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $6,256 USD
  • Messina (Sicily), Italy
  • June 7 – 14, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $6,038 USD

7-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Civitavecchia

Iconic buildings in Santorini

  • Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy (Cruise Start/End)
  • Santorini, Greece
  • June 10 – 17, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $6,287
  • Piraeus, Greece
  • June 17 – 24, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $6,604 USD

7-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Southampton

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Kristiansand, Norway
  • September 1 – 8, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $4,385 USD

7-Night Norwegian Fjords Cruise from Southampton

  • Alesund, Norway
  • Haugesund, Norway
  • Mekjarvik (Stavanger), Norway
  • Olden, Norway
  • August 5 – 12, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $5,715 USD

7-Night Western Europe Cruise from Barcelona ending in Southampton

Buildings along the Mediterranean Sea in Barcelona, Spain

  • Lisbon, Portugal
  • Valencia, Spain
  • Southampton, England (Cruise End)
  • July 17 – 24, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $6,284 USD | 🔶 One-way cruise ending in Southampton
  • Cartagena, Spain
  • July 24 – 31, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $6,043 USD | 🔶 One-way cruise ending in Southampton

7-Night Western Europe Cruise from Southampton

  • Hamburg, Germany (2 days)
  • Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Zeebrugge, Belgium
  • September 1 – 8, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $4,254 USD

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8-Night Norwegian Fjords Cruise from Southampton

  • Nordfjordeid, Norway
  • Stavanger, Norway
  • August 10 – 18, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $7,086 USD

9-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Civitavecchia

  • Kusadasi, Turkey
  • Day at Sea (3 days)
  • June 21 – 30, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $8,105 USD

9-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Barcelona ending in Civitavecchia

  • June 1 – 10, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $7,486 USD | 🔶 One-way cruise ending in Civitavecchia

11-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Civitavecchia ending in Barcelona

The Colosseum in Rome, accessible from Civitavecchia

  • Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy (Cruise Start)
  • Catania (Sicily), Italy
  • Chania (Crete), Greece
  • Valetta, Malta
  • Barcelona, Spain (Cruise End)
  • June 24 – July 5, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $10,970 USD | 🔶 One-way cruise ending in Barcelona

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12-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Civitavecchia

  • Day at Sea (4 days)
  • June 30 – July 12, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $11,417 USD

12-Night Norwegian Fjords and Iceland Cruise from Southampton

  • Isafjordur, Iceland
  • Reykjavík, Iceland (2 days)
  • Day at Sea (5 days)
  • July 24 – August 5, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $11,228 USD

13-Night Eastbound Transatlantic Cruise from Fort Lauderdale ending in Barcelona

  • Fort Lauderdale, FL (Cruise Start)
  • Cadiz, Spain
  • Ponta Delgada (Azores), Portugal
  • Day at Sea (7 days)
  • May 5 – 18, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $4,800 USD | 🔶 One-way cruise ending in Barcelona

13-Night Eastbound Transatlantic Cruise from Port Canaveral ending in Barcelona

  • Port Canaveral, FL (Cruise Start)
  • Disney Castaway Cay
  • Cádiz, Spain
  • Day at Sea (8 days)
  • May 4 – 17, 2025 on Disney Fantasy | From $4,846 USD | 🔶 One-way cruise ending in Barcelona

13-Night Westbound Transatlantic Cruise from Southampton ending in Fort Lauderdale

  • Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL (Cruise End)
  • October 20 – November 2, 2024 on Disney Dream | From $5,343 USD | 🔶 One-way cruise ending in Fort Lauderdale

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About the Departure Ports for Disney Cruises in Europe

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Disney cruises are currently scheduled to depart and disembark from three European ports: Southampton, Barcelona, and Civitavecchia. Listed below are the addresses of these cruise terminals, the closest airport and how far it is from the port, and the Disney Cruise Line hotel partners if you wish to stay pre- or post-cruise.

Barcelona, Spain

The Port of Barcelona is conveniently situated in the city center and provides a hassle-free embarkation or disembarkation point. These are the details to keep in mind:

  • Port Address : Port de Barcelona, Moll Adossat, 1, 08039 Barcelona, Spain
  • Nearest airport : Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) , which is 18.8 km (11.7 miles) away.
  • Accommodations : Disney has partnered with Hilton Diagonal Mar and Renaissance Barcelona Hotel for those interested in pre- and post-cruise hotel stays. Contact The Vacationeer to learn more.

Civitavecchia, Italy

The Port of Civitavecchia is conveniently located within the city center and about an hour outside of Rome. It offers hassle-free embarkation and disembarkation. Here are some details to help you plan:

  • Address : Porto di Civitavecchia, Molo Vespucci, 00053 Civitavecchia RM, Italy
  • Nearest airport : Rome–Fiumicino International Airport (FCO) is 70.7 km (43.9 miles) away.
  • Accommodations : Disney has partnered with the Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa and Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, to provide pre- and post-cruise hotel stays. Contact The Vacationeer to learn more.

Southampton, England

The Port of Southampton is on the south coast of England, 79 miles southwest of London. It is one of the busiest ports in Europe and serves as a popular gateway for Disney cruises in Europe. Here are some details:

  • Address : Horizon Cruise Terminal, West Bay Road, Western Docks, Southampton SO15 1AW
  • Nearest airport : Southampton Airport (SOU) is the closest airport to the port, only 4.6 miles away. However, London Heathrow (LHR) is also within easy reach, just about 66 miles away.
  • Accommodations : There is a wide range of Southampton hotels to suit all budgets and preferences, but there are no Disney-partnered hotels in Southampton. Contact The Vacationeer to learn more about your options.

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Destinations: Ports of Call for Disney Cruises in Europe

Discover Europe’s cultural richness and natural splendors with Disney on a magical voyage through Europe. From the captivating Northern and Western European regions to the sun-drenched Mediterranean, each port of call offers a unique and unforgettable experience. The following is an representative sample of Disney’s European cruise ports of call, arranged alphabetically by country. Check the itineraries at the top of this page to find a cruise visiting your desired port.

Belgium: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Zeebrugge (Brussels), Belgium : Zeebrugge is a stop on Disney’s Northern Europe cruises that serves as a gateway to the historic and enchanting city of Brussels. It also offers opportunities to explore the picturesque old town of Bruges, relax on the area’s beautiful beaches, visit museums, and shop for souvenirs such as chocolate and lace goods.

Denmark: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Copenhagen, Denmark : Copenhagen has served as a departure point for some Disney cruises, known for its beautiful cobblestone streets, palaces, museums, gardens, and attractions such as the Tivoli Gardens, Amalienborg Palace, and Rosenborg Castle.

Fredericia, Denmark : Fredericia is a pedestrian-friendly military stronghold with centuries of history and a gateway to many of Denmark’s fascinating historical sites. These include Northern Europe’s best-preserved system of ramparts, Madsby Legepark, LEGOLAND Billund, Odense, Jelling Monuments, Østre Strand, the Gunpowder Tower, and the Fredericia Town Museum.

England: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Liverpool, England : Liverpool is a popular port destination on Disney cruises to the British Isles. It is known for its historic sites, celebrated architecture, fabulous food, and rock and roll. Additionally, visitors can enjoy a bus tour of The Beatles landmarks, Liverpool ONE shopping center, and the World Museum.

Portland (Stonehenge), England : Portland is a narrow strip of land that forms the southernmost point of Dorset County. There are many cultural, historical, and natural attractions in the area, like the iconic lighthouse of Portland Bill, the prehistoric monument of Stonehenge, Portland Castle, the Tudor House, and the Weymouth Sea Life Park.

Southampton, England : Southampton is a popular departure port for Disney cruises in Northern Europe. The city offers a fascinating history, modern art, and numerous attractions, including the SeaCity Museum, Mayflower Theatre, Tudor House & Garden, and the Titanic Trail.

France: Disney European Cruise Ports

Cannes (Monte Carlo, Nice), France : Cannes is a stunning port of call featured on Disney’s Mediterranean cruises. It provides access to a variety of attractions, including sandy beaches, luxury shopping, and historic landmarks. In addition, visitors can explore the famous Palais des Festivals et des Congrès (home of the Cannes International Film Festival) and nearby islands like Sainte-Marguerite and Saint Honorat.

Cherbourg, France : Cherbourg is a port of call on Disney cruises in Europe, located in the Normandy region of France. Disney guests can enjoy a variety of activities, including touring an aquarium, visiting a fort, exploring gardens, shopping in the Old Town district, and visiting historical landmarks such as Mont Saint-Michel Cathedral and the beaches of Normandy.

La Rochelle, France : The port of La Rochelle is located in western France near the Bordeaux region. It offers historical sites such as Vieux Port and Tour de la Lanterne, attractions like Aquarium La Rochelle and Musée Maritime de La Rochelle, and the opportunity to explore nearby beaches or take a day trip to Cognac.

Le Havre (Paris), France : Le Havre, located on the north coast of Normandy, is a port of call on Disney Western European cruise itineraries. It offers a mile-long beach and access to nearby destinations like Paris and D-Day landing beaches, Disneyland Paris, shopping centers, the André Malraux Modern Art Museum, Maison Temoin Perret, Les Jardins Suspendus, and the Cathedrale Notre-Dame.

Marseilles, France : The port of Marseilles, France, offers visitors a mix of seaside beauty, historic architecture, and cosmopolitan flair, with notable attractions such as Basilique Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde and Palais Longchamp.

Toulon (Provence), France : As part of the Var Provence region of France, Toulon is a picturesque destination for Disney Mediterranean cruise passengers, offering a fusion of Provençal culture, stunning views, and easy access to nearby towns like Marseille, Bandol, and Saint-Tropez. There are several must-see sites in the city, including the Provençal market, Mont Faron, Old Town, Upper Town, and the Musée Mémorial du Débarquement.

Villefranche (Monte Carlo / Nice), France: Italy meets France in more ways than one at Villefranche, gateway to Monte Carlo and Nice. An imposing medieval walled fortress greets you as your adventure begins.

Germany: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Hamburg, Germany: Germany’s largest seaport boasts an unparalleled array of music and art. Marvel at eight centuries of fine art at Hamburg Kunsthalle, shop for fashion finds at Jungfernstieg, see the Elbphilharmonie concert hall, or just stroll cobblestone streets.

Keil, Germany : The port of Kiel, a popular destination for Disney cruises to Northern Europe, is characterized by a maritime atmosphere and captivating cultural attractions. Among the many things visitors can do in this “sailing city” are ride bicycles along scenic waterfronts, explore its medieval history, and visit Kiel Botanical Gardens, Kiel Zoological Museum, St. Nikolai Church, Kiel Maritime Museum, Kiel Canal, and Holstenstraße.

Greece: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Chania, Greece : Chania, located on the Greek island of Crete, is a charming medieval city with a picturesque harbor and a mix of Venetian and Florentine architectural influences. Visitors can indulge in local music, drinks, and food and explore historic landmarks like the Old Venetian Harbor, Firka Castle, and the Archaeological Museum of Chania.

Kefalonia, Greece : Kefalonia is a picturesque island where visitors can enjoy both natural beauty and cultural exploration. The island offers many experiences, such as exploring secluded caves and beaches and admiring ancient wonders, such as the Drogarti Cave and the Ancient Acropolis of Sami.

Mykonos, Greece : Discover the sun-soaked, cosmopolitan culture of Mykonos, Greece, with its picturesque beaches and minimalist architecture. The Aegean Maritime Museum, the iconic windmills, and the Byzantine church are among the attractions that Disney guests can visit.

Piraeus (Athens), Greece : Piraeus in Athens is a port of call on Disney’s Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise. The port of call provides easy access to Athens’ historic city center and its mix of urban and archaeological wonders, including the Acropolis Museum and its iconic ruins.

Santorini, Greece : Santorini offers a rich blend of archaeological sites, shopping districts, and wineries, making it an ideal port of call on Disney’s Mediterranean cruises. Guests can explore ancient ruins, shop for trendy apparel and contemporary Greek art, and sample local wines in the island’s picturesque southern countryside.

Iceland: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Akureyri, Iceland : Akureyri is a stop on Disney’s Iceland, Norway, and France Cruise, where visitors can explore its rugged coastline, geothermal pools, waterfalls, volcanic areas, and birds. Shore excursions include whale-watching, horseback riding, historical tours, and shopping for Icelandic wool products.

Ísafjörður, Iceland : Ísafjörður is a picturesque town in northwest Iceland that serves as a gateway to the Westfjords region. It offers attractions such as the Dynjandi Waterfall, Naustahvilft mountain range, the Ísafjörður Maritime Museum, and Vigur Island.

Reykjavik, Iceland : Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital, is a charming port of call on Disney Cruise Line European itineraries. It offers a mix of colorful architecture, quirky atmosphere, friendly residents, and natural wonders like geothermal pools, whale watching, and the Blue Lagoon.

Ireland: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Belfast, Northern Ireland : Belfast is a stop on Disney’s British Isles itinerary, allowing visitors to explore its rich history, vibrant culture, and natural wonders. Highlights include the Giant’s Causeway, Belfast Castle Estate, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, and Carrickfergus Castle. There are also excellent shops, pubs, and attractions at the port, as well as an array of Port Adventures, including whiskey tastings, breadmaking classes, and cycling tours.

Ringaskiddy (Cork), Ireland : Ringaskiddy is a port of call on Disney’s British Isles itineraries. Visitors can explore the picturesque city and lush countryside of Cork and its historic landmarks, unique cultural gems, and popular attractions from there. Some of the highlights include Blarney Castle, Kinsale, and the Jameson Heritage Centre.

Italy: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Catania (Sicily), Italy: This vibrant port city on the east coast of Sicily was originally founded as a Greek colony around 730 BC. There’s plenty for history buffs to explore — ancient Roman amphitheater ruins, a 17th-century palace, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites (yes, plural).

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy : Disney’s Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruises depart from (or visit) Civitavecchia. The port offers easy access to Rome and its famous landmarks, including the Colosseum, Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, and Pantheon.

Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy : Livorno is a seaport in Tuscany and serves as the gateway to Florence and Pisa, offering plenty of things to see and do. These include shopping, visiting the central market, exploring picturesque parks and beaches, marveling at historic landmarks like the Old Fortress and the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and touring art museums like the Ufizzi Gallery.

Messina (Sicily), Italy : Messina port in Sicily is a picturesque city of contrasts with different eras and influences of architecture set against the crystalline blue of the Strait of Messina. It offers various activities and sights, such as Mount Etna, the Bell Tower, Piazza del Duomo, Messina Cathedral, and Taormina.

Naples (Pompeii), Italy : Naples is a port of call on Disney’s Mediterranean itineraries, offering a rich history and culture to explore. Visitors can enjoy shopping, the ruins of Pompeii, beautiful views of the Bay of Naples, the Teatro San Carlo opera house, the Castel dell’Ovo fortress, the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, the Gothic cathedral of Duomo, the resort town of Capri, and the historic city center of Naples (a UNESCO world heritage site).

Malta: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Valetta, Malta: One of Europe’s smallest cities is also huge on culture. Valetta is UNESCO World Heritage City. Wander the lush grounds of Upper Barrakka Gardens (dating back to 1775), dig into the National Museum of Archeology, or tour one of the oldest working theatres in the world.

Netherlands: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Amsterdam, Netherlands : Amsterdam is a charming and convenient port of call on Disney Northern European cruises, offering a variety of attractions such as shopping, museums, windmills, historic landmarks, and canal tours.

Rotterdam (Amsterdam), Netherlands : Rotterdam is a historic port city with a modern skyline, offering cutting-edge attractions and a thriving arts and culinary scene. The city highlights include the Markthal, Museumpark, the Cube Houses, Kinderdijk, the Old Harbour, and the Euromast tower. Disney’s Rotterdam excursions (Port Adventures) include visits to Amsterdam’s Heineken brewery, the Anne Frank house, and canal and biking tours.

Norway: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Alesund, Norway : Alesund is a picturesque European seaport known for its Art Nouveau architecture and surrounded by majestic mountains and shimmering waterways. The city offers a variety of activities, including hiking up Mount Aksla, exploring the Sunnmøre Museum, visiting the Art Nouveau Centre, and enjoying panoramic views from the Fjellstoua Viewpoint.

Haugesund, Norway: For almost 500 years, it was the royal seat of Norway. To this day, it’s still teeming with Viking history. Haugesund is home to Haraldshaugen, a national monument with a towering obelisk surrounded by 29 stones representing the historic counties of Norway.

Mekjarvik (Stavanger), Norway : Mekjarvik serves as a gateway to Stavanger, Norway’s southwest coast, offering outdoor adventure, Viking history, and old-world charm. Highlights include Old Stavanger, Pulpit Rock, Øvre Holmegate, a street art tour, and the Swords in Rock Monument.

Nordfjordeid, Norway : Nordfjordeid is a picturesque port village on Norway’s fjords . It offers visitors the chance to explore the largest Viking ship in the country and the beautiful natural sites of Geirangerfjord and Briksdal Glacier, as well as the historic Urnes Stave Church and local shopping options.

Olden, Norway: Olden is one of those places on earth that seems more like a fairy tale setting than real life. Mountains and glaciers meet lush green farmland in a town along a 66-mile-long fjord.

Oslo, Norway : Oslo, the capital city of Norway, offers a mix of old-world charm and modern attractions, including the popular Karl Johans Gate District, Vigeland Sculpture Park, Viking Ship Museum, Munch Museum, and Royal Palace. Disney offers various city sightseeing tours that can be experienced on foot, by bicycle, or by van.

Skjolden, Norway : The Norwegian town of Skjolden is a picturesque destination for Disney cruises in Europe. It is located at the head of Sognefjord and is known as the “King of Fjords” because of its breathtaking views of glaciers and turquoise water. National parks, museums, and outdoor activities like hiking and glacier walking are easily accessible from this port.

Portugal: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Lisbon, Portugal : The Lisbon port of call on Disney cruises to Western Europe offers visitors a chance to explore a historic city with plenty of things to see and do. For example, there’s shopping, visiting castles and cathedrals, and exploring nearby towns like Balem, Fatima, and Batalha.

Ponta Delgada (Azores), Portugal: A hidden gem rich in local culture and flavor. Visit the Convent and Chapel of Nossa Senhora da Esperança or explore the famed Arruda Açores Pineapple Plantation.

Scotland: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Greenock (Glasgow & Edinburgh), Scotland : Greenock is a historic maritime port and gateway to popular destinations in Scotland. Visitors can enjoy a range of activities, from sightseeing and shopping to hiking and exploring museums and castles, including Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Loch Lomond.

Spain: Disney Cruise Ports in Europe

Barcelona, Spain : The beautiful city of Barcelona is one of Disney cruises in Europe departure ports. Visitors can enjoy the city’s mild climate and cosmopolitan ambiance, along with famous attractions such as Las Ramblas, Parc Güel, and Sagrada Família before or after their Disney cruise.

Bilbao, Spain : Bilbao is a modern Spanish city that offers architectural sights, delicious local cuisine, and museums/exhibitions. The city boasts iconic landmarks such as the Guggenheim Museum, Campos Eliseos Theatre, Casco Viejo, and La Ribera Market, making it a must-see stop on Mediterranean Disney cruises.

Cádiz, Spain : Cadiz, a Spanish city with a 3,000-year history, is known for its Moorish architecture, cathedrals, and ancient ruins. Disney’s Western Europe Cruise guests can explore the city’s narrow lanes, visit the Cádiz Cathedral, climb Torre Tavira for panoramic views, and see the Roman Theater.

Cartagena, Spain: Experience 3,000 years of history here, from the Roman Theatre to Castillo de Conception. Not a history buff? While away the day along the waterfront or at Cala Cortina Beach.

La Coruña, Spain: Home to the Torre de Hércules — an ancient lighthouse overlooking the Atlantic — La Coruña is a history lover’s delight. Tour the naval fortress Castillo de San Antón or check out the first museum ever dedicated to humans as a species.

Palma de Mallorca, Spain : Palma de Mallorca is a historic and vibrant city with plenty of attractions to offer for families on Disney’s Mediterranean itineraries. Attractions include the stunning La Seu Cathedral, Castell de Bellver, Arab Baths, and the picturesque Old City. Visitors can also enjoy shopping at local markets and exploring the tree-lined promenade, Passeig des Born, or partake in the Flamenco and Tapas Tour .

Valencia, Spain: A colorful seaport that seamlessly blends modern innovation with historic beauty, Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain. Stroll through Old Town, be dazzled by a 13th-century cathedral, or stand in awe of the Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange) — a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Vigo, Spain : Vigo offers a rich cultural experience and a range of activities on Western Europe cruises, such as viewing medieval architecture and visiting museums and beaches. Guests can also shop for regional handicrafts and explore landmarks such as the Citadel and Santa Maria Cathedral.

Sweden: Disney European Cruise Ports

Nynäshamn (Stockholm), Sweden: Nynäshamn is a small town in Stockholm, Sweden, that serves as a port of call for European Disney cruises. It was home to Stone Age people and Vikings and now provides access to Stockholm, where visitors can enjoy over 100 museums, upscale shopping, historic landmarks like Gamla Stan (Old Town) and Stadshuset (City Hall), and the famous Vasa Ship Museum.

Turkey: Disney European Cruise Ports

Kusadasi, Turkey:  Stunning beaches and jaw-dropping architecture are the hallmarks of Kusadasi. This Mediterranean paradise along Turkey’s Aegean coast offers panoramic views from Gazi Beğendi Hill and historic educational wonders at Ephesus Archaeological Museum.

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About the Disney Dream Cruise Ship for Sailings in Europe

Exterior view of the Disney Dream in open water

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The Disney Dream cruise ship is the exclusive vessel for Disney cruises in Europe in 2024, providing passengers with a magical experience while sailing the seas. The ship has a capacity of 2,500 (double occupancy) or a maximum of 4,000 passengers, with a crew of 1,458. It stretches 1,114 ft in length, has a gross tonnage of 83,000, and it has been in Disney’s fleet since 2011.

Passengers aboard the Disney Dream cruise ship can enjoy various dining options, including Rotational dining, which allows them to experience three different restaurants each night of their cruise. The ship also offers casual dining, high-end adult-only dining options and lounges, and 24-hour in-room dining.

The ship provides a wide range of onboard activities suitable for passengers of all ages, such as digital sports simulators, a mini-golf course, pools, a water roller coaster, a basketball court, and two theaters. There are also clubs and various activities on a Disney cruise specifically for kids, including Disney’s It’s a Small World Nursery, Oceaneer Club, Oceaneer Lab, Edge, Goofy’s Sports Deck, and Vibe.

Overall, the Disney Dream is one of the best Disney cruise ships , delivering a genuinely enchanting experience to guests on their European cruise. It’s a great choice for both first-time Disney cruisers and seasoned travelers alike, providing a comfortable and entertaining home base for exploring Europe.

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How Much Do Disney Cruises in Europe Cost?

Disney Cruise Line provides affordable vacation experiences for families exploring Europe.

2024 starting prices for two people in an inside stateroom on a Disney cruise in Europe range from $2,778 to $11,228, depending on the itinerary chosen.

The cost of a Disney cruise will increase as the number of passengers in a stateroom increases (beyond two). Additionally, choosing a more-premium type of stateroom can significantly increase the price.

Disney offers four stateroom categories: Inside, Outside, Verandah, and Concierge. Inside rooms are the cheapest and most basic, while Concierge-level rooms are the most luxurious and spacious, with upgraded amenities.

For detailed stateroom options, check out our Best Staterooms on a Disney Cruise guide or consult a Disney travel agent. It’s important to note that prices and availability can change at any time, so always check with The Vacationeer for the latest updates.

What’s Included in the Cost of a Disney Cruise in Europe?

Disney’s key selling point is the all-inclusive nature of its cruises, with most dining options, activities, entertainment, and services included in the price of a Disney cruise . This extends to meet-and-greets with Disney characters, Broadway-style shows, movie screenings, water activities, and the fitness center. Additionally, several kids’ clubs offer complimentary activities for children and teens.

The all-inclusive price also covers port expenses, taxes, and fees, making it an excellent value for families. However, it’s worth noting that airfare, gratuities , specialty restaurants, spas, excursions (known as Port Adventures), bottled beverages, and alcohol are not included in the package.

Are You Ready to Book Your Disney European Cruise?

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A single Vacationeer will handle every aspect of your trip from start to finish , eliminating the need to deal with multiple agents. Whether you’re looking for the most affordable month to cruise , a last-minute Disney cruise deal, or discounts on your Disney cruise package, The Vacationeer can assist you with all your requests. They work tirelessly to find the perfect cruise that meets your vacation goals at the most affordable price .

As a booking bonus, The Vacationeer offers onboard cruise credit that you can use as free money on your Disney cruise for expenses not included in the base cost. This perk makes working with The Vacationeer well worth it!

Booking your Disney cruise with The Vacationeer means you can relax and let your vacation planner manage all the details and logistics for you. Request a free quote today, and they will respond promptly. Their services are completely free , so you can ask them anything you want to know about Disney cruises in Europe with no obligation.

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9 Night Cruise to the Mediterranean

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Explore the Sights of Europe With Magical Cruises

Embark on an enchanting journey throughout Europe and discover Norway, Iceland, the British Isles, the Baltics or the Mediterranean with trips departing from Southampton, Rome or Barcelona.

With its colourful cities and ports, the sun-soaked Mediterranean will delight the whole family. From the cobbled lanes of Cannes, steeped in history and glittering with high-fashion, to the friendly pizzerias and iconic landmarks of Naples - there's adventure to be had in every direction.

Or choose to embark on a family adventure to Northern Europe and partake in exciting activities, like sledding down Norway's longest bobsleigh track or learning how to make chocolate (and eating it!) in Freia's Magical Chocolate Factory. Couples can immerse themselves in the rich culture of the cities– visiting one of Amsterdam's array of museums - and discovering restaurants and bars that are perfect for people-watching.

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Mediterranean Cruise & Flights Package

Enjoy a magical Disney Cruise, including:

  • 7-night Mediterranean Cruise onboard the Disney Dream
  • Return economy flights from London to Barcelona
  • 1-night stay in the Hilton Diagonal Mar Barcelona before you embark
  • Return transfers between airport and port
  • Exceptional full board dining on your cruise
  • Spacious staterooms with complimentary 24-hr room service
  • Themed deck parties and entertainment for all ages
  • All government taxes, fees and port charges

£ 2,220 . 00 GBP

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Book your flights and transfers with Walt Disney Travel Company for a hassle-free holiday, tailor made by our Disney experts.

To make your adventure even more memorable, why not combine your magical cruise with a short break before or after at one of our featured hotels near departure ports in Barcelona, Rome or Southampton.

Simply pick your perfect itinerary and transport option for your relaxing cruise escape!

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Zeebrugge

3-Night Belgium Cruise from Southampton

Explore the fairy-tale city of Bruges with a horse-drawn carriage ride by the canals or take a bicycle tour around the lively city of Brussels, home to gastronomic delights and must-see architecture. With this brand-new 3-Night cruise departing from Southampton, you’ll have the delight of seeing this incredible destination in the height of Summer. Take in Disney magic with ship activities and experiences for the whole family during a day at sea- there’s always fun to be had onboard!

  • Departs from: Southampton, England
  • Sails on: Disney Dream
  • Ports of call: Southampton, England; Zeebrugge (Brussels), Belgium

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Bilbao

4-Night Spain Cruise from Southampton

Explore the culturally rich coastal town of Bilbao, Spain. Take a walk along the picturesque riverside, pay a visit to the world-famous Guggenheim Museum or enjoy the beast of the Basque Country during an exciting daytrip to gorgeous San Sebastian. Inviting freshwater pools and spectacular Disney entertainment await you on board the Disney Dream.

  • Ports of call: Southampton, England; La Coruña, Spain; Bilbao, Spain

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La Rochelle

4-Night France Cruise from Southampton

Discover the beautiful seaside town of La Rochelle in the sunny South of France. Stroll the medieval streets, explore the old harbor and 14th-century Town Hall or visit the local maritime museum to see Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s famous boat, The Calypso. Or, simply soak in some rays at Rivedoux Beach. While at sea, relax and enjoy the best of Disney, with spectacular entertainment, imaginative dining and so much more.

  • Ports of call: Southampton, England; La Rochelle, France

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7-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona

Embark on your cruise in the bustling, cosmopolitan city of Barcelona before traveling to culturally rich cities throughout France, Italy and ending in Spain. With 2 days at sea, you and your family will be able to experience the world-class entertainment, immersive kids' activities and relaxing adult-exclusive spaces onboard the Disney Dream.

  • Departs from: Barcelona, Spain
  • Ports of call: Naples (Pompeii), Italy; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy; Villefranche (Monte Carlo/Nice), France

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Naples Coastline

Explore some of Europe's most exciting cities as you sail to the Renaissance city of Livorno, Naples and Civitavecchia, the closest port to Rome. You'll also stop at luxurious Cannes along the French Riviera, where you can visit lined sandy beaches or browse its upmarket boutiques. Relax with two days at sea and add even more magic to this unforgettable sailing.

  • Ports of call: Naples (Pompeii), Italy; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy; Cannes (Monte Carlo, Nice), France

Cork

7-Night British Isles Cruise from Southampton

Explore Britain's majestic coastline and discover England, Scotland and Ireland. You'll visit the landmark Irish city of Cork, stop off at the coastal town of Greenock in Scotland and spend the day in Portland and historic Liverpool. When you're not visiting these fantastic ports of call, you can relax onboard the Disney Dream during 2 magical days at sea.

  • Ports of call: Southampton, England; Portland (Stonehenge), England; Liverpool, England; Greenock, Scotland; Cobh (Cork), Ireland

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Alesund

7-Night Norwegian Fjords Cruise from Southampton

Natural wonders and majestic fjords await on this round-trip voyage from Southampton, England. Stops on this itinerary include the Norwegian port towns of Mekjarvik (Stavanger), Alesund, Olden and Haugesund. Hike the famed Pulpit Rock, kayak deep-blue fjords, stroll alongside pretty marinas and immerse yourself in the maritime traditions of the Hanseatic League on this truly magical adventure at sea.

  • Ports of call: Southampton, England; Mekjarvik (Stavanger), Norway, Alesund, Norway, Olden, Norway, Haugesund, Norway

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Athens

9-Night Mediterranean Cruise with Greek Isles to Civitavecchia

Explore the idyllic treasures that the Mediterranean has to offer on board the Disney Dream as you set sail away to several iconic Greek isles and picture-perfect cities. Take a dip in the bright blue waters of the Aegean Sea or tour the romantic cliff-top town of Messina before taking in the architectural marvels of Rome where you will disembark.

  • Ports of call: Messina (Sicily), Italy; Santorini, Greece; Kusadasi, Turkey; Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Naples (Pompeii), Italy; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

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Greece

11-Night Mediterranean Cruise with Greek Isles to Barcelona

Cover major European ground on a spectacular voyage on the Disney Dream. There's sightseeing galore as you call upon stunning cities such as Athens, Mykonos and Naples. Three days at sea provide the perfect opportunity to relax before enjoying more sightseeing action before disembarkation in Barcelona.

  • Departs from: Civitavecchia, Italy
  • Ports of call: Chania, Greece; Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Kusadasi, Turkey; Mykonos, Greece; Valletta, Malta; Catania, Italy; Naples (Pompeii), Italy; Barcelona, Spain

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12-Night Norwegian Fjords and Iceland Cruise from Southampton

Delight in deep-blue fjords, volcanic landscapes, adorable Atlantic puffins and fantastical tales of Norwegian and Icelandic trolls on this enchanting 12-night voyage from Southampton, England. In Norway, meander the cobbled streets of picturesque Stavanger, encounter dramatic waterfalls and wildlife while exploring Briksdal Glacier, and marvel at the art nouveau architecture of Alesund.

  • Ports of call: Southampton, England; Mekjarvik (Stavanger), Norway, Alesund, Norway, Ísafjörður, Iceland, Olden, Norway, Reykjavik, Iceland

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(We also got to enjoy Rome on either side of our cruise! You can read about our Rome adventures here. )

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We arrived at the Civitavecchia port via a private car that the hotel booked fo us, and it was the quickest and most seamless boarding experience. By 1:30pm, we were at the pool, watching the kiddos swim and drinking cocktails with friends. (A pro tip from one of our good friends: pack your swim gear in a tote bag and check everything else. Your room won’t be ready yet, so you can head straight to the pool. It’s the least busy it will be for the entire trip and after a couple of hours, your room will be ready with all of your luggage waiting for you outside the door.)

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We had lunch from Cabanas (the buffet) and ate it by the pool, checked out our room, and then got changed for the Muster Drill, Sail-A-Wave party and dinner.

On Disney cruises, you’re on a dining rotation. You get the early (6pm) or late (8pm) seating, and alternate restaurants each evening. You can opt out of your more formal dining to have a quick bite or room service instead, but no matter what, your table will be waiting for you. You also have the same server and assistant server each night. We had the early seating, and dined at all of the major restaurants. The menus were all very similar to previous cruises and was the beautifully-plated Disney fare we love. 🙂

You can also order whatever you want. You can pick from their 4-course menu, or if you’d like, order two appetizers, two entrees, etc. In a Disney Cruise Facebook group, a suggestion was to ask the server to ask the cooks if they’d mind making a family-style meal from their home country. They said they’ve had the best Indian food and curries of their lives this way, along with naan and rice. We haven’t tried this yet – I feel bad that we’d be inconveniencing them – but I’ve been curious about trying it.

Our favorite is Animator’s Palate, which they have on all of the ships we’ve seen (Dream, Wonder, and Magic). You draw a person on your placemat, and during the meal, they have a *show* in which all of animations come to life on large screens throughout the restaurant, dancing to the music, and added to famous Disney scenes.

On this particular cruise, we stopped in Naples, Mykonos, Santorini, and Chania, and we had planned excursions in Naples and Mykonos. The rest of the time we enjoying exploring the ports on our own and living our best cruise lives on the ship.

Excursion 1: Positano, Sorrento, and Pompeii

This was about a 10-hour excursion, which was definitely a long one for the kiddos, but so worth it. Also, in the middle, we were treated to an epic 4-course meal with wine pairings, overlooking the ocean.

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Positano is one of my favorite places in the entire world, so of course, I couldn’t wait to show the girls. I only wish that we had more time there! We had the chance to get a chocolate croissant and coffee, put our feet in the ocean (it was so warm and lovely), and do a little bit of shopping. (Highly recommend Luisa Positano! Liv and I each got dresses from there and they’re so gorgeous and unique.) It was probably a good thing that we were on limited time, because I wanted to buy everything. 😉

After Positano, we were back on the bus for a longer stop in Sorrento. It was my first time in Sorrento and while it had the Positano feel, it was a bit more bustling, especially on the main street. We shopped and walked around, grabbed a gelato, and then met with our tour group for an Italian meal that I’ll never forget.

This is where we had the famous zucchini pasta, along with chicken, salad, bread, and a chocolate hazelnut mousse dessert.

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The meal was paired with sparkling wine, white wine, red wine, and a dessert wine. Pretty much everyone in our tour group snoozed for the entire ride to Pompeii.

Pompeii was SO cool. It was fascinating to see such a well-preserved ancient city, in addition to the various aspects of life in Pompeii, like the bakery, bathhouses, etc. By this point, the kids were pretty tired, but they rallied! We learned a lot during the guided tour, and from here, it was only 45 minutes back to the cruise ship.

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Excursion 2: Super Paradise Beach Day in Mykonos

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This was our favorite excursion. Super Paradise Beach is a private beach club, with relaxing loungers, umbrellas, a full menu, and a peaceful beach with bright, turquoise waters. It’s also partially blocked from the intense winds that can affect Mykonos.

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We ended up being there for about 3 hours, which was the perfect amount of time. We all swam, the girls played in the sand and waves, and we proceeded to order half of the things on the menu.

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( My fave Vuori suit )

A sandwich was included with our excursion, but I’m petty sure our Greek friends would disown us if we ate a turkey sandwich in their homeland.

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Before we left, they gave us a list of everything to order while we were in Greece. The Pilot wrote down everything phonetically so we’d be able to pronounce it, like, “Gotta lotta booty yo.” I think we made them proud; we tried almost everything they suggested between our time in Mykonos and Chania. The food was out of this world incredible. So fresh, vibrant, and delicious. I highly, highly recommend the pastitsio, which is like a spaghetti lasagna with cheesy foam on top.

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(We also had grilled octopus, salad, cooked garlicky greens, stuffed grape leaves, beef patties, and little doughnuts)

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In Santorini, we didn’t end up doing much. It’s where you can see the famous white buildings with the blue domes in Oia, but it was so hot, and the kids were melting. It’s kind of an unusual port, too. You take a smaller tender boat to the base of the port, where you take a cable car up the steep hill to the town of Fira (lots of shopping and restaurants). You can also walk up stairs to the top, but there are 400+, which may not be realistic for small children or those with mobility difficulties. Our plan was to take the cable car UP, but walk down the stairs at the end of the day.

The cable car line tends to be extremely long, without much shade. The line was easily 200+ when we got there and moving very slowly. The girls were wearing their neck fans and we were constantly pouring water on them, and they were too hot, so we ended up heading back.

If you’re stopping in Santorini in mid-June or July, I’d recommend booking an excursion with motor coach transfer so you don’t have to deal with the cable car line. Or bring lots of water + an umbrella, or brave the stairs!

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The owner also brought us shots of ouza with our bill, ice creams for everyone, and sent us back to the ship with a giant piece of baklava to-go.

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In Chania, we ended up exploring on our own, which was ideal. We followed a tour guide group into Old Town, which was lined with small shops, kiosks, restaurants, and a gorgeous view of the bay.

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Disney Cruise Dream dining and activities

On the ship, we enjoyed all of the usual Disney cruise offerings: the live shows – Beauty and the Beast  was phenomenal – movies, character greetings, Bingo, gym, kid’s club, swimming, endless ice cream cones and Mickey bars, whiskey tastings, and all of the wonderful restaurants.

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The best part was that we traveled with friends. The girls had built-in buddies, and so did the adults 😉 It definitely makes the experience even more fun!

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Disney really goes above and beyond when it comes to guest experience, cleanliness, and food quality. If you guys have any questions about the Disney cruise experience, please let me know!

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(the best cruise ship magnets are on Etsy! )

So, tell me, friends: are you a cruise fan or not-so-much? Have you done a Disney cruise??

Trying to figure out which one we should do next!!

*All of the dresses in this post are from Nuuly ! I’ve had hit and miss experiences with them, but the dresses for this trip were all great

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This looks incredible and gets me so excited! I booked my first cruise – Mediterranean Virgin Voyage – for September!!

Also, you didn’t really miss that much in Santorini 😉

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hahah good to know! you’re going to have the BEST time 🙂

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Literally have your santorini dress from Nuuly rented right now! I find that it gets better if you’re renting stuff that has a lot of comments, because I can look at height/weight/pictures and figure out how my body is going to fit in something better. Is there a kids club/babysitting on disney cruises? My in laws want to do an alaska cruise soon, and we will have a 2 year old. I do love disney and think it would be fun to do a disney cruise especially if there is childcare.

ahhh twins! i totally agree – i always lurk the comments and reviews and yes, they have amazing kids club!! the characters come and visit them and they always have fun things planned

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Looks so amazing! We have a Disney cruise booked so I have a lot of questions. Does the ship feel crowded? Were you worried about covid spreading? Do the pools have lifeguards? Do you book excursions in advance or day-of? At dinner do you sit with strangers or just your family? Are most travelers on the ship American?

the ship didn’t feel crowded- we were on a larger ship and i don’t think it was at capacity no, we weren’t worried about covid spreading yes, the pools have lifeguards you can book excursions in advance via the app. i would check and see when your booking window begins! which one are you doing? at dinner, you sit with your own family most travelers on the ship are American but there were travelers from all over! you’ll love it 🙂

Thanks! We are doing the 7 day Mediterranean cruise on the Disney dream, Barcelona to Italy to France! Can’t wait!

You’ll have the best time- the Dream is amazing!

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Do you remember the name / style of the white dress with blue and orange that you’re wearing on the balcony pic? I’d love to check it out on Nuuly to rent for an upcoming trip!

Yes! The boho midi dress by let me be Xo

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I’m Greek and I laughed at Gotta lotta booty yo! That’s so clever. We also call galaktobouriko – booty call! I’m so glad you enjoyed your time in Greece and hopefully you can all visit again. It’s a small country but has so much to offer!

we will absolutely be back – we loved it so much!!

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Hi Gina! My family just booked an Alaskan Disney cruise for next July! YAY! Didn’t you post a whole blog on how to make it the best experience? Or am I thinking of some other blog? Booking ahead or using an app….can you link me a post if this is true? Thanks! ❤️❤️❤️

hi! you’re going to have the best time!!! here are my posts about alaska: https://fitnessista.com/disney-wonder-alaska-cruise-recap/ https://fitnessista.com/alaska-cruise-packing-list-disney-alaska-excursions/

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Disney Cruise Line Unveils New Sailings to Europe, Alaska, Bahamas and the Caribbean

Disney Cruise Line is offering family vacations around the world beginning in the summer of 2025.

Itineraries include tropical getaways to The Bahamas and the Caribbean from Florida, Alaska adventures, and, for the first time, European sailings to the Mediterranean and Northern Europe on the Disney Fantasy.

The Disney Fantasy will spend its first summer season in Europe in 2025, visiting European destinations from Northern Europe to the Mediterranean from May to late July. Five-12-night sailings from Barcelona, Spain, and Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy, will visit picturesque ports of call throughout the Mediterranean. One 12-night sailing to the Greek Isles will feature three stops in Greece, two in Italy and the season’s only stop in Valetta, Malta. 

From late July to September, the Disney Fantasy will sail from Southampton, United Kingdom, to destinations including Spain, Norway and the British Isles. 

The Disney Wonder will again embark on adventures to Alaska from Vancouver, Canada, with five-, seven-, eight- and nine-night sailings from May to September. Families will encounter the breathtaking natural beauty of the last frontier, combined with Disney magic on cruises to Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan, with port adventures offering excursions to Alaska’s majestic glaciers and gold mining relics.

Four Disney Cruise Line ships will homeport in Florida in summer 2025 with three ships out of Port Canaveral and one departing from Fort Lauderdale to The Bahamas and Caribbean, including Disney’s magical island destinations.

The newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, The Disney Treasure, will follow its inaugural season with seven-night itineraries from Port Canaveral to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

Eastern Caribbean sailings will visit Disney’s private island paradise, Disney Castaway Cay, and Tortola and St. Thomas. Western Caribbean sailings will call on ports in Falmouth, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel, Mexico. The week-long voyages will offer at least two days at sea, giving families more time to enjoy the unique spaces, immersive dining, and world-class onboard entertainment.

The Disney Magic will homeport in Port Canaveral for the first time since summer, 2016, embarking on four and five-night sailings to The Bahamas and both Disney’s island destinations. One special 10-night Southern Caribbean sailing in July will visit both Disney Cruise Line’s island destinations along with Antigua, St. Kitts, San Juan and Tortola in the British Virgin Islands.

Both the Disney Magic and the Disney Dream will take guests to Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, a one-of-a-kind retreat on the island of Eleuthera, in summer, 2025.

The tropical getaway will provide a unique window into the rich culture of The Bahamas merged with Disney’s signature entertainment and service. Select itineraries include stops at both Disney Castaway Cay and Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point , with six Disney Magic or Disney Dream cruises sailing exclusively to Disney’s island destinations.

The Disney Wish will also sail from Port Canaveral, offering three and four-night sailings to Nassau and the beaches of Disney Castaway Cay.

In South Florida, the Disney Dream will sail from Fort Lauderdale on three five-night sailings to one or both of Disney’s magical island destinations, along with Nassau or Cozumel. 

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  • March 17, 2024

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Disney Cruise Line (DCL) just unveiled its summer 2025 itineraries. Destinations include Europe, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and Alaska. One of the season’s highlights is Disney Fantasy, which will call on Europe for the first time. 

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Here’s what DCL’s 2025 cruising season looks like:

Disney Fantasy’s First Visit to Europe

From May to July, Disney Fantasy will embark on 5- to 12-night voyages from Civitavecchia in Italy and Barcelona in Spain. During its cruises, Fantasy will call on Mediterranean ports, while a special 12-night voyage will have 2 stops in Italy, 3 in Greece, and the only visit from the cruise line to Valetta, Malta.

Beginning in late July and continuing until September, the Dream-class vessel will take guests from Southampton, UK, to Norway, Spain, the British Isles, and more.

Sail to Alaska from Canada

Sailing from Vancouver, Canada, Disney Wonder is scheduled for 5-, 7-, 8-, and 9-night trips to Alaska. From May to September, passengers can visit Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan.

4 Disney Ships Homeport at Florida

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Disney Treasure, Disney Magic, and Disney Wish will begin their journeys from Port Canaveral while Disney Dream will homeport at Port Lauderdale.

Fresh from its inaugural sailing, the brand-new Disney Treasure will offer guests 7-night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. East Caribbean itineraries will stop at Disney Castaway Cay, St. Thomas, and Tortola. Trips to the West Caribbean will take guests to Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman; and Falmouth, Jamaica. 

Journeys onboard Disney Magic feature 4- and 5-night cruises to The Bahamas. Stops include Tortola, San Juan, St. Kitts, and Antigua.

Meanwhile, Disney Dream will transport guests to the cruise line’s newest resort, Disney Lookout Cay, at Lighthouse Point.

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A few sailings onboard Disney Dream and Disney Magic will allow guests to visit both of Disney’s private resorts, Disney Castaway Cay and Disney Lookout Cay. Six of the itineraries onboard these Disney Cruise Line ships will sail exclusively to these two destinations. 

Finally, Disney Wish will head to Nassau and Castaway Cay for 3- and 4-night cruises. There are also 3- to 5-night itineraries to Cozumel or Nassau which will visit either or both of Disney’s private resorts.

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DCL-Disney Cruise Line unveils Summer 2025 itineraries

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DCL-Disney Cruise Line has unveiled its summer 2025 itineraries, promising families unforgettable voyages to beloved destinations worldwide.

Among the offerings are tropical escapes to The Bahamas and the Caribbean departing from Florida, majestic adventures in Alaska, and, for the first time ever, European sailings to the Mediterranean and Northern Europe aboard the Disney Fantasy .

In its debut summer season in Europe, the Disney Fantasy will set sail from Barcelona, Spain , and Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy , from May to late July. Voyages ranging from 5 to 12 nights will explore picturesque ports throughout the Mediterranean, including a special 12-night itinerary to the Greek Isles. From late July to September, the ship will depart from Southampton, United Kingdom , on routes encompassing Spain, Norway, and the British Isles.

The Disney Wonder will continue its Alaskan adventures departing from Vancouver, Canada , with itineraries spanning from May to September. Passengers will have the opportunity to marvel at Alaska's stunning natural beauty and explore destinations such as Juneau , Skagway , and Ketchikan .

In summer 2025, four Disney Cruise Line ships will operate from Florida, with three departing from Port Canaveral and one from Fort Lauderdale . The Disney Treasure , the newest addition to the fleet, will offer 7-night Caribbean itineraries to destinations including Disney Castaway Cay , Tortola , St. Thomas , Falmouth , Grand Cayman , and Cozumel . The Disney Magic will return to Port Canaveral, embarking on 4- and 5-night sailings to The Bahamas and Disney's private island paradises. The Disney Dream will sail from Fort Lauderdale, offering 3- to 5-night voyages to Nassau , Disney Castaway Cay, and Cozumel.

Both the Disney Magic and the Disney Dream will visit Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point , a unique Bahamian retreat, in summer 2025. Some itineraries will include stops at both Disney Castaway Cay and Disney Lookout Cay, offering guests a double dose of magic both onboard and ashore.

Finally, the Disney Wish will sail from Port Canaveral, presenting 3- and 4-night cruises to Nassau and Disney Castaway Cay, while the Disney Dream will operate from Fort Lauderdale on similar routes.

I've been on 50 cruises. Here are 3 routes I'd sail again in a heartbeat and 3 I'd probably skip.

  • I've been on 50 cruises (at least six a year), and some routes are better than others. 
  • I try to avoid cruises that make stops at Nassau and Freeport in the Bahamas.
  • My favorite cruise I've ever been on was a Mediterranean voyage from Barcelona. 

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I've taken 50 cruises with family and friends, and I'm always looking to try out new routes with different port stops .

Before I ever book a cruise — which I do about six times a year — I try to find either a new-to-me ship or a new-to-me route. If neither of those options works for my budget or timeframe, I opt for a familiar favorite.

Here are my favorite cruise routes that I'm always happy to book, and the ones I don't need to sail again.

My favorite route is a Mediterranean cruise that starts and ends in Barcelona, Spain.

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Mediterranean cruises start and end in various ports of call around Europe, typically throughout the summer sailing season.

Last year, my family and I took a Disney Cruise that started and ended in Barcelona, with stops in France and Italy.

My favorite part of this trip was splitting a day between Nice and Eze in the French Riviera . I was able to walk through cobblestone streets overlooking the ocean while sipping on limoncello.

I love Caribbean cruises along the western ports.

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I've taken many western Caribbean routes over the years on Carnival Cruise Line and Disney Cruise Line, and they never disappoint.

The route usually includes stops at Cozumel, Mexico, and Georgetown, Grand Cayman. But it may also include ports of call at Falmouth, Jamaica; Costa Maya, Mexico; or Roatán, Honduras.

I always get off the ship in Cozumel, even if it's just to have lunch at a taco shop. Don't get lured into the restaurants right at the docks because the best food is in the spots farther down the main street.

I also love getting off in Roatán. On a recent cruise, I took an excursion to Roatan Island Brewing Company to try different beers made with local ingredients.

I also enjoy routes that only stop at private islands.

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Every once in a while, I can find a short three-night cruise on Royal Caribbean or Disney that only visits the brand's private islands.

These short cruises are ideal weekend getaways and go to some of my favorite ports of call, like Royal Caribbean's CocoCay and Disney's Castaway Cay.

I love both of these destinations because there's so much to do — you really can spend the entire day at the beach or exploring the various parts of the island. I also love that food and drinks are all provided, so I don't have to return to the ship for lunch.

On the other hand, I don't need to go to Nassau and Freeport in the Bahamas again.

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I love short cruises from Port Canaveral or Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but they often mean stopping at Nassau and Freeport in the Bahamas .

I don't really think there's much to see at either stop once you've done it once or twice. If my route includes them, I usually stay on the ship to enjoy the less crowded pool and spa.

The trade-off for these two ports is often getting to visit a cruise line's private island , so I think it's worth it for that. But I don't need to go on another long cruise through the Bahamas.

I'm also not a big fan of Bimini, Bahamas.

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Many cruise lines, like Carnival and Virgin Voyages , are now taking cruisers to Bimini for an easy beach day. But if you're not a big fan of chilling at the beach, there's not much else to do on the island.

I’d probably skip cruising to Key West.

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I love Key West in the Florida Keys , but as a port stop, it was hard to see a lot of the island and explore beyond Duval Street.

I'd prefer to spend a few days in the destination to explore all that it has to offer instead of making it a cruise stop.

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Disney Cruise Line offering worldwide adventures to Europe, Alaska, Bahamas in summer 2025

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Disney Cruise Line has released its itineraries for summer 2025, and it's a mix of fan-favorites destinations plus exciting new adventures.

Options include tropical getaways to The Bahamas and Caribbean from Florida, adventures in Alaska and, for the first time ever, European sailings to the Mediterranean and Northern Europe onboard the Disney Fantasy.

Here's a quick look at where the Disney Cruise Line ships are sailing:

  • The Disney Fantasy is marking its inaugural season in Europe, with destinations including Barcelona, Rome and Greece
  • The Disney Wonder will embark on trips to Alaska from Vancouver, Canada
  • The Disney Treasure, the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, will follow its inaugural season with itineraries from Port Canaveral to the Eastern and Western Caribbean
  • The Disney Magic will homeport in Port Canaveral for the first time since summer 2016, taking guests on sailings to The Bahamas and both of Disney's island destinations
  • Both the Disney Magic and the Disney Dream will take guests to Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, the one-of-a-kind retreat on the island of Eleuthera
  • The Disney Wish will also sail from Port Canaveral, offering sailings to Nassau and the beloved beaches of Disney Castaway Cay

Itineraries, experiences and offerings are subject to change.

To learn more about Disney Cruise Line, visit disneycruise.com .

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Disney Cruise Line Alters Itinerary as Speed Restrictions Enforced Amidst Marine Safety Concerns

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Certain Disney Cruise Line guests were sent out a warning now that a new speed restriction has been enacted. Here’s what you need to know.

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Disney Vacation Club Members Sent Warning as Itinerary Change Comes After New Speeding Restriction for Disney Cruise Line

The Disney Cruise Line has issued a notice to participants gearing up for a Disney Vacation Club Member Cruise aboard the Disney Dream in May, alerting them to a modification in the itinerary prompted by a recommended speed restriction.

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has designated specific areas in the North-West Mediterranean Sea as Particular Sensitive Sea Areas (PSSA), advising ships to reduce their speeds while traversing these areas to mitigate the risk of collisions with whales and other cetaceans.

This speed restriction pertains to the region along the coastlines of France, Italy, Monaco, and Spain, impacting the 7-night sailing aboard the Disney Dream scheduled for May 18, 2024.

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The communication dispatched to Disney Vacation Club Members who have reserved this cruise includes detailed information regarding the alteration:

“While the Disney Dream is sailing in the PSSA, the ship will decrease its speed to adhere to the IMO’s recommendation and contribute to the protection of the local whale population. As a result of the reduced speed, adjustments to the itinerary are necessary. After evaluating various options, including alternate ports, we have chosen to avoid any interference from the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix occurring that weekend and the limited availability of Port Adventures in Villefranche. This change will not affect the planned entertainment and enhancements for this special Disney Vacation Club Member Cruise.”

The revised itinerary for the cruise is as follows:

  • Saturday: Barcelona, Spain
  • Sunday: Day at sea
  • Monday: Livorno, Italy (Previously Naples, Italy)
  • Tuesday: Civitavecchia, Italy
  • Wednesday: Naples, Italy (Previously Livorno, Italy)
  • Thursday: Palermo, Italy (Previously Villefranche, France)
  • Friday: Day at Sea

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The notice further states:

“Our Port Adventures team is presently coordinating adjustments for any pre-reserved Port Adventures in Livorno and Naples to align with the revised itinerary. These modifications will be accessible online in the Cruise Activities section of our website in the upcoming week. Pre-reserved Port Adventures in Villefranche will be automatically removed from your onboard account. Port Adventures in Palermo will be available for reservation online in the coming weeks and can be booked onboard through the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app.”

The Disney Treasure , constructed by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, marks the sixth addition to the esteemed fleet of Disney Cruise Line. Its maiden voyage is slated for December 21, 2024.

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7-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona

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Broadway-Quality Shows

Pools, Waterslides & Recreation

Spacious Staterooms

Upscale, Casual & 24-Hour In-Room Dining

Adult-Exclusive Activities

Clubs for Kids, Tweens & Teens

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  • Stroll along Las Ramblas, the city's main boulevard
  • Marvel over the fantastical architecture of Antoni Gaudí at Parc Güel
  • Admire Sagrada Família, a basilica under construction since 1882
  • Watch a Broadway-quality musical and splash it up in a freshwater pool
  • Savor upscale restaurants, buffets, poolside snacks and room-service
  • Find one-of-a-kind fun in unique clubs designed for kids, teens, tweens and adults
  • Delve into the history and beauty of the 11th-century Palermo Cathedral
  • Swim and sunbathe at picture-perfect Modello Beach
  • Catch a puppet show at the International Marionette Museum
  • Tour the Historic Center of Naples and enjoy the view from the Bay of Naples
  • Explore Greek and Roman artifacts at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale
  • Make a trip to Pompeii to tour the ruins of Vesuvius' wrath
  • Visit St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums
  • Behold Michelangelo's glorious ceiling frescoes inside the Sistine Chapel
  • Explore the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Roman Forum
  • Walk the Viale Italia to discover picturesque parks and beautiful beaches
  • Tour the Palazzo Vecchio, the Uffizi Gallery and the Florence Cathedral
  • Explore the Piazza dei Miracoli and see the Leaning Tower of Pisa

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