Carnival’s AIDA Cruises, the leading cruise line in Germany, is expanding their range of cruise for later this year with new sailings visiting the highlights of Italy, starting on October 17, 2020.
The new seven-day itinerary departs from Civitavecchia near Rome and travels to Palermo and Catania in Sicily, Naples and La Spezia. In Rome, an overnight stay is planned. The voyages are offered weekly until November 28, 2020.
The AIDA health and safety program will be implemented on all cruises. Developed with leading medical experts, the program has been audited and confirmed by the renowned independent auditing company SGS Institut Fresenius and the classification society DNV-GL. The measures include a complimentary COVID-19 test, regular temperature measurements for guests and crew, physical distancing and increased disinfection measures.
The new Mediterranean cruises, as well as all other offers of AIDA Cruises, can be booked from Monday, September 21, through travel agencies, at the AIDA Customer Center.
AIDA Cruises will be the second of Carnival Corporation’s cruise lines to resume cruises. The first, Costa Cruises, had its first successful sailing this past week out of Italy.