Disney Cruise Line welcomed the Disney Magic into its fleet in 1998. This floating resort ship was created with family holidays in mind; combining classic nostalgia and modern facilities with Disney's signature service. From the moment you step aboard and start your cruise adventure; you can't fail to be impressed with everything from the spacious and comfortable staterooms to the Broadway-style entertainment and first-class dining. Add into the mix inspirational kids clubs, adult-only hotspots, and family fun and you have the perfect recipe for a dream cruise holiday. On top of this, the ship drops anchor at fascinating ports of call, opening up abundant sightseeing and activities ashore.
Animator's Palate, Lumiere's, and Rapunzel's Royal Table are the three main dining venues; the innovative Rotational Dining system means you can rotate between these restaurants and try a unique dinner menu each time. Animator's Palate celebrates Disney's storytelling with an amazing dinner show experience; treat your taste buds with American and French cuisine at Lumiere's; or delight in a dining adventure with a fairytale twist at Rapunzel's Royal Table. Go down the casual dining route and feast on made-to-order buffet favourites at Cabanas, tuck into hotdogs and burgers at Duck-In Diner, or savour a cheesy pie at Pinocchio's Pizza. If you fancy a romantic dinner-for-two; why not book a table at Palo and indulge in a mouth-watering menu of Northern Italian specialities with a modern twist, complemented by live music and ocean views?
Promenade Lounge is the hub of the ship from dawn until dusk; the perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee, join in daytime activities, surf the Web at Connect@Sea desk, or savour pre-dinner appetisers and martinis. Take in the sea and pool views as you sip ice-cold drinks at Signals Bar by the Quiet Cove Pool or escape for a quiet gin and tonic in the adult-only Cove Cafe. Sing, dance, play games, and enjoy live family-friendly fun at D Lounge. Dive in for drinks, dancing, and sea-inspired entertainment at Fathoms nightclub. Keys is an intimate, adult-only nightspot reminiscent of Hollywood's piano bars of the glamorous Golden Age.
Disney Magic offers plenty to entertain you both day and night. Adults can enjoy indulgent treatments in Senses Spa & Salon or relaxing times at the Quiet Cove Pool. Younger guests get to have fun at It's a Small World Nursery and Disney's Oceaneer Club while tweens can play video games at the Edge. Teenagers are free to shoot some hoops at Wide World of Sports Deck or socialise with friends in the loft-inspired Vibe. Splashing family times are on the menu at AquaLab and Goofy's Pool; while thrill-seekers must try out the AquaDunk waterslide. In the evening, take your seat in Walt Disney Theatre to enjoy live shows such as Twice Charmed: An Original Twist on the Cinderella Story or Disney Dreams - An Enchanted Classic. Catch first-run movies at Buena Vista Theatre or kick up your heels and celebrate with your favourite Disney Characters at Adventures Away and Pirates Night deck parties.
Day 1: Dover, UK
Arrive in Dover to board Disney Magic for your seven-night cruise towards to Northern Europe.
Day 3: Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen, Denmark's capital city, is your next port of call. Ride the old-style amusement rides at Tivoli Gardens or get up close to colourful marine life at National Aquarium Denmark. Shop 'til you drop along the world's longest pedestrian shopping street - Strøget. A tour of the Carlsberg Brewery is a popular choice or enjoy family-fun at Dyrehavsbakken amusement park. Kronborg Castle and Christiansborg Palace on Slotsholmen Island are a must-see for culture fans. If you fancy something different, why not head out to the workshops, galleries and organic eateries at Freetown Christiania? No trip to Copenhagen would be complete without a photo opportunity at the world-famous Little Mermaid statue.
Day 4: Oslo, Norway
Oslo, the capital of Norway, sits on the country’s southern coast and is known for its spectacular snow-capped mountains and rolling green hills. Take a stroll around the modern city and be mesmerised by the eclectic mix of ancient castles and dazzling lakes. Journey back in time at the Viking House Museum or revel in the enchanted atmosphere at the magic Ice Bar Oslo. Stop by the Vigeland Sculpture Park and become fascinated with the ‘wonder-world’ of stone, iron and bronze human figures.
Day 5: Kristiansand, Norway
Your next stop is Kristiansund on Norway's west coast. Known as the 'Summer City' and the gateway to the dramatic Atlantic Road - which links Kristiansund and Molde - Kristiansund spans three separate islands, connected only by bridges. Explore the Posebyen old town area which dates back to 1631 or experience the lively fish market by the harbour. Enjoy a few hours of fun at Kristiansund Zoo & Amusement Park. Take a trip to the quaint town of Lillesand or visit the glittering displays of gems and crystals at Setesdal Mineral Park.
Day 6: Bergen, Norway
The charming port city of Bergen is framed by seven hills on Norway's south-west shore. Bergen’s bustling waterfront and narrow streets of colourful half-timbered houses combine with a proud musical and maritime heritage. Ride the funicular railway up Mount Floyen for city views. Visit Troldhaugen Museum to see Edvard Grieg's musical heritage comes to life, or explore the artwork on display at KODE. The 900-year old Bryggen, a wharf that features museums and pubs, guides you through the city's sea-faring past, while locally-caught seafood can be found at Bergen Fish Market. Discover family fun at Bergen Science Centre and Bergen Aquarium, or explore the city's sights on a Segway tour.
Day 8: Dover, UK
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and make your way home.