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Adults Can Explore a World of Their Own at Europa on the Disney Fantasy

I’ve told you about activities for families and children aboard the Disney Fantasy, but now I want to fill you in on a nighttime entertainment district exclusively for adults – Europa. After a fun-filled day, grown-up guests can enjoy five sophisticated bars and trendy lounges inspired by European travel. Imagine this…you’ll be sailing through the Caribbean but feel like you’re in Europe!

La Piazza is modeled after a colorful vintage carousel and draws inspiration from decorative outdoor plazas in cities throughout Italy. Pieces of Italian flair are sprinkled throughout, like Venetian masks and a classic Vespa with a sidecar.

La Piazza in Europa is inspired by Italian cities and their decorative outdoor plazas.

Haven’t been to Paris, London, Barcelona, Athens or St. Petersburg? At Skyline, you can get a glimpse of stunning European cities in panorama as they transform from day to night. This chic bar is a great place to sip a cocktail while enjoying spectacular, ever-changing views through “windows to the world.”

At Skyline in Europa, you’ll get ever-changing views of stunning European cities as they transform from day to night.

If you’re looking to kick back and have a beer, O’Gill’s Pub is a rollicking Irish bar with a modern-day twist. With a selection of Irish beers, guests can sip a pint while watching a live sporting event on high-definition TVs that line the walls. It’s the perfect pub atmosphere!

O’Gill’s Pub in Europa is an Irish bar with modern twists where guests can sip a pint and catch a game on TV.

Ooh La La exudes a romantic vibe – it’s reminiscent of a French boudoir adorned with velvet tufted walls, Victorian furniture and Louis XIV-style chaise lounges. You’ll also find accents that add to the elegance including ornate framed mirrors, gold details and a bar backed with sparkling diamond-like facets.

Ooh La La in Europa is inspired by a French boudoir and is adorned with elegant accents.

You may want to “mind the gap” on your way into The Tube. If you’ve been to London, you’ll immediately recognize the theme of this vibrant metropolitan club. The Tube transports guests to an energetic setting complete with an illuminated Union Jack dance floor and a bar inspired by Big Ben and London’s many train stations. Don’t forget to pose for a photo by the red English phone booth!

In Europa on the Disney Fantasy, The Tube transports guests to a vibrant club via the London Underground.

Just like traveling through Europe, there’s so much to see and do here – wow! And if you have kids, not to worry. Our dedicated areas for children, tweens and teens are open late so your young ones can have fun and wind down while you’re enjoying a night out.

Which new venue in Europa are you most excited to explore?


  • Are there places to go Dancing on the Fantasy? I’ve only heard about bars so far, and those don’t appeal to me.

  • We are planning to book The Fantasy for New Years Eve 2012 7 night Eastern Caribbean Cruise while on our very soon Aug 20th 2011 Mediterranean Cruise.

    One week to enjoy all of the clubs so I guess will drink our way through Europe in the Caribbean.

    PS: I’ll be celebrating my 50th birthday on the Fantasy

  • Can’t wait for the inaugural. It’ll be #51 for us. Hope these bars are bigger than the Dream They were a big disappointment on that inaugural and I hope they bring back the original pirate party. The one on the Dream is aweful.

  • Can’t wait to try them out next summer.

  • I hope this area doesn’t end up virtually empty, like it often did on the Magic and Wonder (They don’t have cabaret acts performing on the 4-night cruises!)

  • Love the designs, but besides The Tube I think I like the decor of the Dream a bit better.

  • Can’t wait to explore them all in Sept 2012 for my 10th anniversary!!

  • I think I want to explore all of them!!!

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