This summer the Disney Magic will be continuing its tour through Europe with destinations in the Mediterranean, Iceland, the Baltic, and the British Isles. This week the Disney Magic is making its first voyage through the Norwegian fjords of the season.
It’s with that in mind that I wanted to share some helpful hints for planning your European cruise.
- Arrive at your destination one day ahead of when you want to start your vacation. Your body clock will need to be re-set and sightseeing while jet-lagged is no fun.
- Disney offers a limited numbers of stroller to use while in port. They are free with a deposit but they go fast!
- Be aware that many European shops are closed on Sundays and museums have been known to be closed on Mondays. Make sure to plan accordingly when choosing your port adventures.
- This might not apply to all families but sometimes its better to leave the kiddos on the Disney Cruise ship in their children’s program while the adults sightsee. Many tours might be more enjoyable for the adult tourists and sometimes it’s nice to have some time alone too.
I wanted to share this video from the Disney Moms Panel too. It gives a great overview on how to make the most of your time in European ports.
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