Have you ever wanted to go to Europe, but the thought of planning out your whole trip to a new country became overwhelming? Have you ever wanted to take a Disney Cruise, but the amount of different cruise options makes it impossible to choose? Why not put them both together for an incredible vacation?!
I’m here today to show you three different amazing Northern Europe cruise you could take in 2019 to help you narrow down the options available! All Northern Europe cruises are on the Disney Magic, the first Disney Cruise ship to sail. The Disney Magic is a beautiful ship with tons of great features on board including Tangled: The Musical, Marvel Days at Sea, Animators Palate and so much more! The great thing about these itineraries is that they include at least two sea days so that you can enjoy all that there is to do on board during your trip.
The first itinerary I want to share with you is a 7-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Dover, England. Dover is near London which means you can also check out all the popular London attractions before or after your cruise if you wish! There are two different sailings for this itinerary. If you want to depart on the August 18th sailing, your first stop is in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Amsterdam is known for its canal system, windmills, tulip fields, and museums. The next stop would be Copenhagen, Denmark. This port city is one of the most popular in all of Europe. It is known for its parks, cobbled plazas, storybook architecture, and distinguished culture. The next stop will take you to Gothenburg, Sweden which is a first for Disney Cruise Line. This stop will include tree-lined boulevards, Dutch-styled Canals, and tons of cultural attractions. The final stop on this incredible itinerary will have you in Stavanger, Norway. There’s so much to do here for both adventure seekers and those like me who just want pretty pictures and delicious food.
The second itinerary departing September 1st has slightly different stops. On this trip, you still visit Copenhagen, Denmark, and Stavanger, Norway. Instead of going to Amsterdam and Gothenburg though, you’ll get to visit Oslo and Bergen both in Norway. Oslo is great for hiking on trails and boating through fjords. If you are there for more of the history, there are over 50 different museums to check out in your visit. In Bergen, there are plenty of boutique shops, museums and eateries to fill your day. There is also the iconic Fantoft Stave Church which was originally built in 1150 in Sogn before it moved to Fantoft in 1883. The church burned down in 1992 but was rebuilt exactly the same a few years later.
The next itinerary I want to share with you is a 7-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Copenhagen, Denmark. This sailing departs on August 1st and visits Stockholm, Sweden, Tallinn, Estonia, St. Petersburg Russia, and Helsinki, Finland. Stockholm is Sweden’s capital where there are plenty of museums, shopping and Old World architecture to check out. Another great option to add to your day is visiting the Vasa Ship Museum which holds the world’s oldest ship. Tallinn, Estonia is filled with chic boutiques, half-timbered houses, and medieval landmarks. A great stop to make is at the Toompea Castle which has amazing city views. Once you head over to St. Petersburg, be prepared to take in all of the historical sites across this cultural capital. Make sure to stop by the Church of Our Savior on the Spilled blood which is where Alexander II was assassinated in 1881. Then you get to visit Finland’s largest city, Helsinki. Its small-town charm and neoclassical architecture will have you hooked on its beauty. There are great things to see such as the Senate Square, Lutheran Cathedral, and the Church in the Rock. This itinerary will definitely give you a great overview of what Northern Europe has to offer.
The final cruise I want to share with you is a 10-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Copenhagen, Denmark to Dover, England. This longer cruise looks like a dream come true! With the different start and end port, you can extend your vacation on both ends to truly enjoy both Copenhagen and Dover. This itinerary goes to a few of the ports on the others I shared including Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, and Stockholm. The new port on this sailing is Fredericia, Denmark. This historic city is filled with charming shops, cafes, and views for days. You can stop at the greens of Madsby Legepark or even visit the original LEGOLAND. There are tons for you to enjoy on this incredible vacation.
Whether you embark on one of these great cruises or any other Disney cruise, you are in for a truly magical time!
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