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  • On Feb 14, 2024
    Joseph from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How about travel by disney europe asia?

    Hiya, Joseph! Thanks for visiting planDisney with this slightly mysterious vacation planning question. Like The Great Mouse Detective, I'm on the case to track down all the information you need for a magical overseas Disney adventure. 

    You mention some international destinations, and I'm happy to suggest several different ways to travel the world with Disney. As you're likely aware, there are several international Disney theme parks--in Asia this includes Tokyo Disney Resort, Shanghai Disney Resort, and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, while in Europe you can visit Disneyland Paris. My planDisney classmate Melissa recently visited the Paris parks with her family and is a great resource if you're hoping to embrace your inner Gaston and have a fantastical French vacation!

    Another route for an international Disney journey is Adventures by Disney, a collection of guided itineraries in amazing locations around the globe. These tours aren't just about seeing the sights--they're about experiencing them! Expert guides will take you beyond the beaten path, introducing you to culture and history with exclusive access and unique activities tailored for families. A bit of Disney pixie dust means seamless planning, VIP treatment, and surprises to spark the imagination!

    Disney Vacation Club Members are also now able to book an unforgettable experience with National Geographic Expeditions. Travel to all 7 continents with National Geographic researchers, photographers, and storytellers who share their unparalleled knowledge and passion. These trips allow you to explore hidden gems and iconic landmarks--and their commitment to sustainable travel ensures that you experience these wonders of the world responsibly! 

    But wait--there's more!  Joseph, did you know that Disney Cruise Line has a wide range of European and Mediterranean itineraries? Set sail on a memorable journey to explore all of the history and culture of these regions while enjoying a luxurious cruise vacation. I've traveled on DCL several times--most recently this past fall with my planDisney classmates--and it is a magical way to travel from start to finish! I'm also happy to report that there are now DCL voyages to Australia and New Zealand, as well as the South Pacific.

    Disney Vacation Club Members can use Vacation Points for travel to the aforementioned international Disney destinations, Adventures by Disney trips, National Geographic Expeditions, and sailings on Disney Cruise Line.  These are all considered part of the Disney Collection, and to book these experiences Members must convert Vacation Points to Reservation Points. To complete an exchange, contact the helpful folks at Member Services. There is a non-refundable fee (currently $95, subject to change) for the transaction. 

    Joseph, I hope I've given you plenty of options for your international adventures. Don't forget--for a quick stroll around the world, the World Showcase of EPCOT is always just a hop, skip, and jump away!  

    Stay Magical!
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Meet the Panelist: Susan, Michigan

Hi there! I'm Susan, a pixie-dusted pediatric nurse and Disney Vacation Club specialist. I'm married to my own Mr. Incredible and we have two fantastic teenage daughters. Our family has been making Disney memories for four generations, and I'm so excited to help you plan your own magical adventures as part of the planDisney panel. Welcome home! Learn More About Susan

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