The summer of 2020 is going to mean big things for Disney Cruise Line, which has announced a lineup of cruises that highlights a variety of destinations around the world, including a return to Greece and five first-time ports of call in Europe.
Disney’s return to Greece comes after a five-year hiatus, and three voyages will call in the country, one 12-night sailing and two nine-night sailings from Rome that include stops in Piraeus, the gateway to Athens; Katakolon, near ancient Olympia; and the islands of Santorini, Mykonos and Crete.
Each of these itineraries combines Greece with other notable stops, such as Messina, Italy, which available on two of the sailings and gives guests the chance to visit landmarks in Sicily such as Mount Etna and the Piazza del Duomo.
Disney is also returning to Dubrovnik after a five-year hiatus and has added new ports of call in Europe include Gdynia, Poland; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Plymouth, England; and Zeebrugge, Belgium.
This new collection of destinations is part of Disney Magic’s grand tour of Europe, taking place in the summer of 2020. The season begins with sailings in the Mediterranean and Greek Isles and then heads to Northern Europe in the late summer to cruise the Baltic, British Isles and Norwegian fjords.