Spend 10 nights traveling aboard Disney Magic, one of the best Baltic cruises with Adventures by Disney Magic of the Baltic Cruise.
Enhance your next Disney Cruise Line cruise with Adventures by Disney. Adventure Guides host special Adventures by Disney guided experiences in every port—and handle all the travel details to make your vacation completely carefree. Delight in this immersive 10-Night Adventures by Disney vacation package that takes you into 6 countries in Northern Europe!
Begin your unforgettable vacation in beautiful Copenhagen. When you arrive, sit down to a delicious lunch onboard the Disney Magic. Explore your home for the next 7 nights with its combination of nostalgic touches, modern amenities and an abundance of entertainment, recreation and fine dining.
Say hello to your fellow Adventurers at a private reception where you’ll receive the Pin of the Day, a gift for each Adventurer. There’s a new pin every day! Then, enjoy your afternoon—go for a dip in one of the pools or join the various shipboard activities.
Disembark and depart from the pier in the seaside resort town of Warnemünde by train, traveling through the Northern German countryside to Berlin.
Board a motor coach for sightseeing around the German capital. With a local guide providing information about Berlin’s history, visit some of its best known sites, including the iconic, 18th-century Brandenburg Gate, the Government District that houses the Reichstag Building where the German Parliament conducts business and the Holocaust Memorial. Stop to take a photo at the border crossing point of the Berlin Wall, which came to symbolize the Cold War—Checkpoint Charlie!
Taste delicious German food at a delightful restaurant in this exciting metropolis.
Visit the streets and alleys where street art flourishes and creates a vibrant art scene. With the help of local street artists, view installations and the murals, tags and stencil art that adorn the walls of Berlin. Stop to admire the most fascinating art works on Berlin’s streets, passing by the districts of Kreuzberg and Friedrichhain. After the tour, participate in a graffiti workshop where you can create a 9” x 12” canvas artwork—and take it home with you as a souvenir of your time as a Berlin street artist!
Roam the ship in search of fun and adventure! With activities designed to please every member of the family, enjoy plenty of wonderful things to do onboard!
Visit the Adventures by Disney Information Desk while you’re at sea for information about your upcoming ports of call, shore excursions and more!
The wonders of Scandinavia surround you in this grand city. One of Europe’s most important cultural and economic centers, this modern metropolis is made up of 14 islands connected by a network of roads and waterways.
Enjoy a privately guided tour of Old Town, the original Stockholm that was built in the 13th century. Located on an island between Lake Malaren and the Baltic Sea, Old Town has cobbled streets lined with ochre-toned 17th- and 18th-century buildings and meeting quads reflecting German architectural influences. Tour the 13th-century Coronation Church where coronations and royal weddings and christenings have occurred.
Enjoy Scandinavian delicacies at a charming restaurant in exciting Stockholm.
Dive right into your Stockholm adventure with a visit to the Royal Armory. You’ll see the stunning baroque architecture, the brilliant blue garb of the royal guard and the splendid statues of one of the world’s largest working palaces.
Picture life onboard a 17th-century warship! Visit Scandinavia’s most popular museum and see the only intact 17th-century ship ever salvaged at the Vasa Museum. You’ll find living history in the recovered gunship Vasa along with 4 other museum ships moored outside.
Begin an extraordinary jaunt through this magical city as you arrive for your day in historic Helsinki, the capital of Finland. This thriving seaside city on an archipelago consists of around 330 picturesque islands and lush, verdant parks.
Savor BBQ Charolais beef, a Porvoo specialty, at this working farm raising free-range cattle. Tour the farm and its surrounding nature trails, where you’ll see the animals grazing and learn about Bosgård’s sustainable approach. Then watch as your lunch is prepared in a BBQ smoker!
Take a photo at famed Senate Square located in the oldest part of Helsinki and surrounded by iconic buildings, including Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, the University of Helsinki and the National Library of Finland.
Be awestruck by the Temppeliaukio Church, which translates as “Rock Church.” Excavated directly into solid rock, this church has such amazing acoustics that it is a frequent concert venue.
Discover St. Petersburg, Russia—a city built on the marshlands of the Neva River delta, interlaced with tributaries and canals and boasting over 800 bridges! The western jewel of Russia, St. Petersburg is often referred to as the country’s cultural capital. With its incredible natural and architectural beauty and deep historic roots, it remains one of the most impressive cities in the world, with its city center named a UNESCO Heritage Site.
Encounter a level of luxury fit for king on a privately guided tour of Peterhof Palace—known as the “Russian Versailles”! Built by Peter the Great, Peterhof Palace is surrounded by gorgeous gardens and a spectacular array of fountains. Inside, be awestruck by the opulent art and furnishings. At the conclusion of the tour, head for the pier and board a hydrofoil boat for your return trip across the Gulf of Finland to St. Petersburg.
Savor your day in St. Petersburg with an authentic Russian lunch in the heart of this historic metropolis.
Explore this Russian-style church built at the site where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated by revolutionaries in 1881 when a bomb was thrown into his royal carriage. In 1883, Emperor Alexander III dedicated the construction of this church to the memory of his father and brought in leading artists of the day to design the exterior and the interior with beautiful, intricately detailed mosaics—an incredible sight to behold!
Cruise along the rivers and canals of St. Petersburg and see some of this historic city’s splendid buildings as your local guide provides the story behind them.
Enjoy chatting with your fellow Adventurers at a local eatery. Snack on the popular Russian blinis—thin pancakes served with various fillings—before heading to the Hermitage Museum.
View some of the rarest and most incredible antiquities and art as you walk the halls of the Hermitage Museum, founded by Catherine the Great in 1764. The Hermitage Museum offers over 3 million items and boasts the largest collection of paintings in the world. Whether you’re interested in Stone Age artifacts, knights’ armor, thousands of years of jewelry and art—including 20th-century masterpieces by artists such as Renoir, Monet, Matisse, Van Gogh and Picasso—you’ll see art and items available nowhere else on earth!
Visit Tallinn, an astonishing blend of old and new cultures. Take in the delightful atmosphere as you experience the beautifully preserved past, which survives in all its glory within this innovative, modern city.
Stroll through Tallinn on a privately guided tour, learning about its history and culture. Go back in time when you explore Old Town—a charming area that seems straight out of a storybook and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tour the modern Tallinn, which has earned the nickname “The Silicon Valley Of The Baltic Sea.”
Enjoy lunch at one of Tallinn’s incredible restaurants and experience the wonders of this Estonian city.
Encounter the famous historical guardian of Tallinn—Old Thomas. Hear legends about this brave warrior and discover some of the methods he used to protect the city. Practice fighting with medieval weaponry including crossbows, catapults and soft swords. After you’ve learned from the master, take a shot yourself. And watch a battle waged right in front of your eyes between a medieval thief and the police!
Marvel at the exquisite gardens, art and architecture of Kadriorg Palace on a private tour. Built for Russian Empress Catherine I, this Baroque palace was converted into Estonia’s premier art museum upon the country’s independence and holds an extraordinary collection of both Estonian and foreign art.
Enjoy the numerous amenities and opportunities for pure fun! Savor a delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner. And choose from an extraordinary variety of activities and entertainment venues created to entertain and enchant every member of your family.
Disembark at the port of this 800-year-old city and prepare for a day of visual treats.
Travel by boat along one of the 165 canals that are Amsterdam’s lifeline. Along the way, view this city’s famous historical center and some of its most memorable and beautiful attractions—ancient churches, quaint canal houses, picturesque bridges, cobblestone streets and more.
Tour the Anne Frank House, with its museum and famous attic where 2 Jewish families and a single man hid during World War II, as told in the deeply moving diary of one of the family members, teenager Anne Frank.
Savor the flavors of Amsterdam cuisine at a lunch in a delightful restaurant.
Explore The Van Gogh Museum with over 1,000 paintings, drawings and letters of Vincent Van Gogh. This museum contains the largest collection of Van Gogh paintings in the world. Learn about Van Gogh’s personal history, how conservators restored his paintings and more. Get an intimate view of some of his greatest masterpieces, including “Sunflowers” and “The Bedroom,” as well as many works of his contemporaries.
Enjoy a final farewell with your fellow shipmates as you toast to the unforgettable adventure you just shared—and look forward to the next one!
Enjoy one last breakfast in the magic of the Baltic Sea as you bid your fellow Adventurers and newfound friends a fond farewell.
Say goodbye to the beautiful Baltic —until you return again!
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