Crossing the ocean with AIDA on the most scenic routes
AIDA ships will be setting out on thrilling trans-ocean cruises in spring 2019. Their routes will take guests from the Orient to Mallorca, or from Hamburg to Montreal.
Taking the “Dubai to Mallorca” cruise with AIDAprima feels like being in one of the stories from the Arabian Nights. This cruise offers many treasures of the Orient, from the spectacular architecture of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, to the legendary rock-carved city of Petra. After passing through the Suez Canal, guests segue seamlessly to further fascinating highlights in the Mediterranean. There will also be a huge range of fun and fitness choices available on board: Guests can look forward to Bungee & Jumping Fitness, Detox & Aqua Zumba, Yoga and dietary advice with renowned experts.
On the “Hamburg to Montreal” AIDA Selection cruise with AIDAvita, the rugged charms of the north are omnipresent. Guests will have a chance to experience untouched nature on the Orkney Islands or the compelling power of Iceland’s geysers, as well as the beauty of the Saint Lawrence River, where whales can also be sighted regularly. On this trans-ocean cruise, sport lovers can train under the guidance of the highly respected sport physician, Dr. Pedro Gonzales, and get valuable tips for their workouts.
Trans-ocean cruises with AIDA offer guests a unique opportunity to explore several continents on one trip. On these cruises, the journey is the destination, and there is plenty of time to enjoy the varied options available on board. The wellness area, a vast range of sport and leisure choices, and exciting shows in the evening are a great way of relaxing. Meanwhile the onboard restaurants offer AIDA guests a huge culinary selection. The program is rounded off with entertaining excursions in all our ports of call.
Further information about all AIDA trans-ocean cruises and bookings at travel agencies, by calling the AIDA Customer Center at +49 (0) 381/20 27 07 07 or at www.aida.de.
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