AIDAstella starts in the Mediterranean
Today, July 29, 2021, AIDAstella will be the fifth AIDA ship to set sail again. AIDA Cruises plans to operate ten ships by the end of 2021, including AIDAcosma.
Until the end of October, AIDAstella will offer various 10- and 11-day cruises from Palma de Mallorca. Captain Pedro Ziegler and his crew are looking forward to finally being able to welcome guests again and create unforgettable vacation moments.
At 10 p.m. today, it's "Cast off" for the voyage "Mediterranean Highlights." The first stop will be Sardinia. The voyage continues to Naples, Rome, Florence, Olbia and Barcelona.
On different routes, guests can explore the western Mediterranean with AIDAstella. Visits to fascinating islands such as Sicily and Ibiza are also on the program, as are Spanish ports such as Valencia, Cartagena, Málaga and Seville.
Guests can expect a varied vacation program ranging from culinary highlights to rousing entertainment and a wellness package on board. The restaurants offer menus from all over the world as well as selected regional delicacies. In the Theatrium, guests experience concerts, shows, guest artists and lecturers in a cozy living room atmosphere. Body and soul find rest and relaxation in the spa area.
The AIDAstella voyages are bookable starting from 799 euro per person including flight to the AIDA Vario price in the travel agency, in the AIDA customer center under +49 (0) 381 / 20 27 07 07 or on www.aida.de.
The all-round carefree vacation also includes generous booking options - from a small deposit to free rebooking on another travel date. The “AIDA Promise” applies to new bookings up to September 30, 2021, and is valid for departures up to March 31, 2022.
All cruises are operated in accordance with AIDA Cruises' comprehensive health and safety protocols and national and local infection control laws and regulations. A prerequisite for the cruise is a negative Covid-19 test. This is included in the cruise price. While on shore leave, guests can rest assured that their health always comes first. To this end, AIDA has adapted the excursion program in all areas to the new health and safety concept and the applicable local regulations. Shore excursions will take place exclusively as part of guided AIDA excursions to ensure compliance with all hygiene measures at all times.
Rostock, July 29, 2021