In the summer of 2020, Disney Cruise Line will embark on new trips, including a return to Greece and five new ports in Europe

By Helen Murphy
March 01, 2019 02:27 PM
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Mickey Mouse is heading back to Greece!

In a press release on Thursday, Disney Cruise Line announced its summer 2020 itineraries, which include the cruise line’s return to Greece after a five-year hiatus, as well as five new ports in Europe.

Besides the new destinations, the cruise line will continue to offer trips to Alaska, the Caribbean and the Bahamas.

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The return to Greece iss part of three Mediterranean voyages that leave from Rome, Italy. The company will offer one twelve-night and two nine-night trips on the Disney Magic ship — visiting destinations in the Greek isles including Mykonos, Santorini, and Crete.

The five new ports of call in Europe include Gdynia, Poland; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Plymouth, England; Messina, Italy; and Zeebrugge, Belgium, adding to the cruise line’s voyages in the British Isles, the Norwegian fjords, Scandinavia and the Baltic.

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Disney also announced that they would be continuing their popular trips to Alaska, the Caribbean and the Bahamas.

The Disney Wonder will offer seven-night voyages to Alaska, starting in Vancouver, Canada, and making stops in Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan and more.

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Meanwhile, the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream ships will sail an assortment of trips to the Bahamas and the Caribbean, leaving from Port Canaveral, Florida.

Bookings open to the public on March 7. More details can be found here.
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