Want to recreate Belle’s legendary dance in “Beauty and the Beast?"
Well, here’s your chance! Disney’s Rhine River cruises will be adding a real-life princess experience on their European line. Vacationers will sail for eight days and will journey thought France, Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands.
In 2018, people can expected most of these cruises to have a similar theme to the “tale as old as time”. While cruising on the AmaKristina or AmaStella, you will be able to take part in a variety of activities that will celebrate, not only the trade locations, but also the Disney film.
Ravishing little Riquewihr, a fairy tale town in Alsace... https://t.co/v9X2vRAM5s
Some activities that are already lined up include “themed dinner, screenings of both the original animated film and the 2017 live-action flick staring Emma Watson, unique culinary experiences, as well as a trip to Riquewihr, a quaint French village that resembles Belle’s hometown.”
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Vacationers will also be able to go tobogganing, zip lining and macaron baking. Love karaoke? Make sure to brush up on your favorite songs from the film because there will be “Beauty and the Beast” themed karaoke nights.
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This particular cruise is now available to book for 2018. Starting at $4,289 per person, there is currently a $500 discount for anyone who books before May 1st.
If “Beauty and the Beast” is not your favorite theme, Disney will have other themed cruise available next year. Sailing through Germany, customers can experience an adults-only Oktoberfest vacation.
Disney’s river cruising market only expected to get bigger throughout the upcoming years. All we can hope for is “A Little Mermaid” themed cruise. Here is our idea…travel to the caribbean where everyone is expected to wear mermaid tails. There could be themed dinners as well, but not seafood. That would be rather sad and oddly depressing.
Anyway, call us Disney!
Sarah Harley is a Hufflepuff living in the NYC area. When she is not talking to random animals or collecting stickers, she is a comedy writer working in television production. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp