Europe? Alaska? More days on Castaway Cay? Yes, please!
This week the Disney Cruise Line announced tempting new itineraries for 2018 which will take cruisers on brand new routes, to visit places and to have epic new experiences. They’ll be taking guests on a grand tour of Europe with stops in the Mediterranean, northern Europe, Norway and Iceland (with new visits to destinations such as Italy and Ireland). Additionally, there will be a slew of sailings to Alaska, the Caribbean and the Bahamas.
The Disney Cruise Line will be stopping in stunning Barcelona for the first time as well as the fascinating city of Rome (as bookends to their new European voyage). While in Rome, there will be the opportunity to visit Instagram worthty landmarks such as the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain and the Vatican. They’ll be a stop in Genoa with a visit to the sophisticated city of Milan. In Barcelona guests will get to stroll the markets of Las Ramblas and to bask in awe of the work Gaudi and his masterpiece, the famed Sagrada Família church. The deets on these new trips are as follows:
On June 16, 2018, the Disney Magic will sail a seven-night cruise from Barcelona to Civitavecchia (Rome). Ports of call include Marseilles and Villefranche, France; and Genoa (Milan), Livorno (Florence, Pisa) and Naples, Italy.
On June 23, 2018, the Disney Magic will sail a seven-night itinerary from Civitavecchia (Rome) to Barcelona. Ports visited on this cruise are Naples, Livorno (Florence, Pisa) and Genoa (Milan), Italy; and Cannes and Marseilles, France.
For the anglophile, the Disney Cruise Line will be debuting their first-ever seven-night British Isles cruise with stops in Dublin, Ireland; Greenock, Scotland; Liverpool, England; and for the first time, they’ll stop in Cork, Ireland (if kissing the Blarney Stone is on your bucket list, now’s your chance).
Alaska will again be a popular cruise for the summer of 2018 with a variety of five-, seven- and nine-night itineraries on the newly re-imagined Disney Wonder.
As for their cruise in the sun-kissed Bahamas, the Disney Dream will sail a series of cruises that have not one but two stops at the much loved Castaway Cay. Which is a wonderful option since no one seems to get enough of Disney’s private island.
All these new cruises will be available for bookings on February 23. You can get all the details right here.
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