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AIDA ship visits now in Copenhagen

Rostock, 17. July 2019

This summer, for the first time ever, those interested in a cruise will have the chance to visit a ship of the AIDA fleet in the Danish capital, Copenhagen. AIDA Cruises has already been offering people the opportunity to take a tour of an AIDA ship in German ports, Mallorca or the Canary Islands for several years.

Getting a taste of the cruise atmosphere, discovering the many amenities on board, and experiencing the distinctive AIDA feeling: On the guided tour visitors can look forward to seeing the wellness and fitness areas, the diverse restaurant world and the Theatrium, as well as many other highlights. The visit to the ship is rounded off with lunch at one of the onboard restaurants.

Ship visits in Copenhagen cost 29 euros per person. Children up to and including the age of 15 may take part free of charge when accompanied by an adult.

As a token of our thanks, all guests who book an AIDA cruise within six months of taking the tour will receive onboard credit of 50 euros for extras such as wellness, shore excursions or a romantic dinner. This board credit will be given to new customers or AIDA guests who have not traveled with AIDA in the last five years.

AIDA ship tours in Copenhagen can now be booked at

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Hansjörg Kunze
Vice President Communication & Sustainability