Disney Cruise Line Heads to Norway

Disney Cruise Line offers cruises in Norway and other destinations in Northern Europe in 2015. Photo by Disney Cruise Line
Disney Cruise Line offers cruises in Norway in 2015. Photo by Disney Cruise Line

In the summer of 2015, Disney Cruise Line is heading north — way north. The kid-friendly cruise line which currently offers sailings to popular destinations in the Caribbean, Bahamas, Alaska and Mediterranean, will now explore the Norwegian fjords, Iceland and the Faroe Islands, an archipelago and autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark located halfway between Norway and Iceland.

The Norwegian fjords were the inspiration and backdrop for Disney’s latest blockbuster film, “Frozen.” On Disney Cruise Line’s newest itinerary, guests can experience Norway’s majestic beauty and charm, with the opportunity to see steaming geysers, huge glaciers and majestic mountain ranges. Stops include visits to several Scandinavian villages and towns.

Seven and nine-night cruises sail from Copenhagen, Denmark. Ports include Stavanger, Alesund, Geiranger and Bergen, Norway. The nine-day cruise also stops in Molde and Olden, Norway.

Those who would like to see even more of this unique part of the world might want to choose the 11-day Norwegian Fjords and Iceland itinerary, which includes stops in Akureyri and Reykjavik (overnight), Iceland; Torshavn, Faroe Islands and Dover, England.

Disney Cruise Line will also be returning to the Baltic in 2015, with sailings from Copenhagen, Denmark to St. Petersburg, Russia.

Information on Disney Cruise Line’s new itineraries and ports can be found at Disney Cruise Line.