Disney Cruise Line Arrives In Europe

Maybe it is a small world after all. The Disney Magic made its way into Barcelona last Thursday evening, signaling Disney Cruise Line's first entrance into the hot European cruise market. The ship will call the Port of Barcelona home this summer, as it operates 10- and 11-night Mediterranean itineraries, with calls to Rome, Florence and Cannes, among others. "Our guests have told us they want to explore different parts of the world with Disney Cruise Line," said Tom McAlpin, president of DCL. The cruise line has made subtle changes to cater to European clientele, including European-themed activities for children and Mediterranean-themed deck parties. "We looked for creative ways to showcase the international flavor of our destinations through onboard and excursion activities," said Jim Urry, vice president of entertainment and shore excursions for DCL. Availability still remains for Disney's Mediterranean cruises. Visit [www.disneycruise.com].

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