Adventures by Disney 11-Night Northern Europe Cruise Package

Enhance your Disney Cruise Line vacation with the Adventures by Disney 11-Night Northern Europe Cruise Package from Dover. Travelling with Adventures by Disney adds VIP experiences and exclusive activities on and off the ship. This 12 Day/11 Night vacation visits six ports beginning in Dover and ending in Copenhagen.

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Adventures by Disney 11-Night Northern Europe Cruise Package Highlights

  • Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Spend your day getting to know the capital city of the Netherland’s.  The day begins with a tour of Zaanse Schans, a community that could be lifted from the pages of a storybook and viewing the wooden houses, shops and museums along with iconic windmills. Next, head to the Van Gogh Museum and see many of his paintings as well as those of his contemporaries. After lunch at a local restaurant, view the city from one of its 165 canals.
  • Rostock, Germany
    Located on Germany’s northern coast, Rostock is split by the Warnow River. The city has been home to Rostock University since 1419 as well as the Rostock Botanical Gardens. From Rostock, travel by train to Berlin and then set out on a walking tour of former East Berlin. The tour ends with an introduction to Berlin’s street art and the chance to create your own graffiti on canvas.
  • Gdynia, Poland
    Nearly destroyed in World War II, Gydnia has survived to become a cosmopolitan city known for its modern buildings. Located on Poland’s Baltic coast, the city was a seaside resort town at the beginning of the 20th century. Pedal around nearby Gdansk on a bike tour and take the time to sample Polish cuisine. Before heading back to the ship, you’ll stop at Malbork Castle. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is a 13th-century Teutonic fortress and the largest castle in the world by land area.
  • St. Petersburg, Russia
    Often thought of as the cultural capital of Russia, St. Petersburg is built on marshlands and has more than 800 bridges spanning canals and tributaries of the Neva River. Over the span of two days, you’ll have the opportunity to visit Peterhof Palace, Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, the Hermitage Museum, and Catherine’s Palace.
  • Tallinn, Estonia
    Tallinn masterfully blends the past with the present. As you tour the city, both old and new cultures are evident in the modern city. Experience the past as you tour Kadiorg Park, built for Russian Empress Catherine I, and spend time with the historical character of Old Thomas. He’ll instruct you in fighting with medieval weaponry after sharing the legends of the famous historical guardian of Tallinn. End your day at another UNESCO World Heritage site, Tallinn’s Old Town on a privately guided walking tour.
  • Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm is made up of 14 islands connected by roads and waterways. Today the city is one of Europe’s most important cultural and economic centers. Spend time touring Stockholm City Hall where the Nobel Prize banquet is held, tour Old Town (the original Stockholm) and Coronation Church on a walking tour over cobbled streets, then visit the Vasa Museum and spend some time on your own exploring the museum ships.

Adventures by Disney 11-Night Northern Europe Cruise Package Accommodations, Meals and More


Disney Magic Cruise Ship

Meals Included

All meals in port included


  • Arrive: Heathrow Airport (LHR)
  • Return: Copenhagen Airport (CPH)


Minimum Age: 4
Suggested Age: 6+

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