AIDA Cruises hosts ship tours in Warnemünde and Hamburg
For all cruise fans and those curious about cruises, AIDA provides an opportunity to see the AIDA ships up close and personal on selected dates this summer while they are in Rostock-Warnemünde and Hamburg.
The first cruise experience can be had on July 13, 2013, in Rostock-Warnemünde on AIDAmar. Just one day later in Hamburg on July 14, 2013, you can get to know AIDAstella, the youngest member of the fleet.
In the 3-hour tour, the visitors can get a first-hand impression of an AIDA cruise. During a lunch snack, the guests are invited to experience a miniature culinary trip around the world in one of the restaurants on board.
The tour costs EUR 29 per person. Children under 15 in the company of an adult are free.
Additional tour dates are planned for August, September, and October. The ship tours can be booked directly with AIDA via e-mail: email@example.com or through a travel agency.
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