AIDA cruise for a day
On many different dates, AIDA Cruises offers guests the chance to visit a ship of the AIDA fleet – ideal for those thinking of taking a cruise. Apart from existing tours in Hamburg, Kiel and Warnemünde, guests can now also visit AIDA ships in international ports such as Palma de Mallorca, Las Palmas (Gran Canaria) and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Tenerife). A special highlight this year: our new ship, AIDAnova, which has been cruising around the Canary Islands since December 2018, and will be setting sail for the most beautiful ports in the Western Mediterranean in April 2019.
Visitors can get a taste of the cruise atmosphere and the special AIDA feel, and discover the many facilities aboard. During a guided tour, they will get to see a number of features including the various cabins, the wellness and gym area, the world of restaurants, and the Theatrium or theater. The four-hour tour also includes lunch at one of the onboard restaurants.
Ship tours cost 29 euros for adults; children ages 15 and younger can visit free of charge.
Guests who book a cruise within 6 weeks of taking part in a tour will receive 50 euros onboard credit for those little extras such as wellness, shore excursions or a romantic dinner. The onboard credit is for new guests or AIDA guests who have not traveled with AIDA in the last five years.
All information about booking a tour is available at www.aida.de/schiffsbesuche.
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