AIDA Cruises: New 2023 summer itineraries in the north available – Bookings start on August 3, 2022. New itineraries for AIDAdiva, AIDAmar and AIDAnova

AIDA Cruises (Logo)For the 2023 summer season, AIDA Cruises is launching new itineraries for the cruise ships AIDAdiva, AIDAmar and AIDAnova. A variety of attractive northern travel options is now available. The new cruises can be booked starting today.

AIDAnova from Kiel

For the seven-day voyages “Baltic Sea from Kiel” or the 14-day voyages “Norway and Baltic Sea” with departure dates between May 6 and October 21, 2023, AIDA Cruises has developed new attractive itineraries to Norway and Denmark for its guests.

In Norway, AIDAnova guests will experience the charming capital of Oslo with its innovative architecture, museums and newly developed neighborhoods, as well as sun-drenched Kristiansand with its old town of Posebyen, where the white wooden houses reflect the sunlight. Numerous sights and urban lifestyle await guests in Denmark’s capital Copenhagen. In Skagen, on the other hand, visitors are attracted by endless beaches and the country’s largest shifting sand dune, from which only the tower of the silted-up parish church still peeks out. Only here can you swim with one leg in the Baltic Sea and the other in the North Sea.

AIDAmar from Warnemünde

On its nine- and ten-day cruises, AIDAmar will now sail on attractive routes to Scandinavia or to Norway in the 2023 summer season. For example, three Nordic capitals – Oslo, Copenhagen, and Stockholm – are on the schedule, as well as calls in Gothenburg, Aarhus and Visby. On the new voyages to Norway, guests will visit three different fjords – Eidfjord, Olden and Vik – as well as Bergen, Skagen, Kristiansand and Gothenburg.

AIDAdiva from Warnemünde

From May 6 to October 14, 2023, AIDAdiva will receive a new summer program.

On four travel dates (06.05., 08.07., 05.08. and 2.9.), AIDAdiva will now tour the beauties of Norway. Among other things, a visit to the tranquil port of Vik on the Sognefjord is included in the program. The country’s longest and deepest fjord stretches 204 kilometers inland from the coast north of Bergen.

A new feature in the program are 4- and 5-day trips in the Baltic Sea region. Apart from the popular classics Stockholm, Copenhagen, and Gothenburg the guests can become acquainted now with Gdansk/Gdynia, Fredericia or Bornholm for the first time in the context of a short voyage with AIDA.

The four 7-day voyages “Sweden, Poland & Denmark” with departure dates of July 1, July 29, August 26 and September 23, 2023, remain unchanged.

Both the 7-day cruises and the new 4- and 5-day voyages can be combined with each other and thus offer a wide choice of itineraries for the start and destination port of Warnemünde.

(AIDA Cruises)



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