4 Reasons To Take Your Disney Cruise Out of New Orleans
Have you heard the news? Beginning in February of 2020, Disney Cruise Line will begin sailing out of New Orleans! Between the sights and sounds that inspired “The Princess and the Frog” and the amazing food, New Orleans is the perfect city to enjoy a few days before or a few days after your cruise vacation! Here are four reasons why:
1. Live Like Princess Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog”
While you explore the city of New Orleans, you will be treated to the architecture, jazz music, and food that inspired the popular Disney movie, “The Princess and the Frog.” Then, when you board the Disney Wonder in New Orleans, you will have your chance to dine at Tiana’s Place restaurant that offers that same southern-style cooking featuring flavors from the Louisana Bayou and foot-tapping jazz music.
Beginning this Fall, the Disney Wonder will also feature the all-new French Quarter Lounge. This will be the perfect spot to enjoy live jazz music before your tasty dinner.
2. Eat and Shop Your Way Through New Orleans
Did you know that New Orleans offers more than 1500 restaurants? That makes New Orleans one of the foodie capitals of the world and also means there’s something for even the pickiest eaters to enjoy! Before or after your Disney Cruise from New Orleans, you and your family will have a blast shopping, enjoying live music, and several of those 1500 restaurants. My favorite place to grab a quick bite to eat is from the food stalls in the French Market.
A New Orleans landmark that everyone should visit is Cafe du Monde. This is where you will find those authentic beignets. And then, when you are onboard the Disney Wonder, you will also be able to enjoy them in Tiana’s Place.
3. Immerse Yourself in the Rich History and Culture New Orleans Has to Offer
Guests spend a few days before or after their Disney Cruise from New Orleans will be able to experience the history and culture through food, architecture, and people. Take the family on a streetcar through the French Quarter or on a riverboat down the Mississippi River. Also, be sure to visit popular landmarks such as Jackson Square, the New Orleans Jazz Museum, and the French Market.
4. The Magic of New Orleans Continues When You Board the Disney Wonder
Once you depart on your Disney Cruise from New Orleans, Anna and Elsa will welcome you as you embark on a journey to discover the magic of true sisterhood in the live show, “Frozen, A Musical Spectacular.” Little cruisers can train with Spider-Man and Black Widow in the Marvel Super Hero Academy while adults are invited to simply relax at Senses Spa & Salon.
So, what are you waiting for?! Now, is the time to start planning your Disney Cruise from New Orleans! There are even some discounted staterooms available on select sailings! Fill out the form below for additional info and you will also receive a competitive onboard credit to enjoy on your cruise!
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