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EUROPE | Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, Russia, Finland | 7 Nights / 8 Days

7-Night Magic of Northern Europe Cruise

The rooftops, spires and cobblestone streets of the town of Tallin, Estonia A 17th-century ship on display The grand exterior of the Heritage Museum The harbor at Helsinki, Finland A woman slides down a waterslide onboard a cruise ship The decorative interior of the Hermitage Museum A Russian Orthodox church with ornate designs
The rooftops, spires and cobblestone streets of the town of Tallin, Estonia
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Visit Tallin, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea that is a perfect blend of old world charm and modern comforts.

7-Night Magic of Northern Europe Cruise

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Visit Sweden, Estonia, Russia, and Finland when you enhance your Disney Cruise Line trip with this 7-night Adventures by Disney Magic of Northern Europe Cruise vacation package. Adventure Guides host special Adventures by Disney guided experiences in every port—and handle all the travel details to make your vacation carefree!

2019 7-Night Magic of Northern Europe Cruise

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Stockholm, Sweden

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodations: Disney Magic Cruise Ship

A plate of Swedish meatballs

Nynashamn and Stockholm, Sweden

Disembark in Nynashamn, one of the ports-of-call on the Disney Cruise Line Northern Europe Cruise vacations. Then, board a motor coach to Stockholm, where 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.

Walking Tour of Old Town and Coronation Church

Enjoy a privately guided walking 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.

Lunch in the Heart of the City

Immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of Stockholm and enjoy a festive local lunch including a gem of Swedish cuisine – Swedish meatballs!

Vasa Museum

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.