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Over 450 AIDA Cruises Summer 2026 Voyages Open for Booking

From Alesund, Norway to Zakynthos, Greece, over 450 cruises from AIDA Cruises’ Summer 2026 voyages are open for bookings. Whether you are looking to view the 2026 solar eclipse, the Perseids meteor shower, the Aurora Borealis, or just enjoy a summer vacation, AIDA Cruises has you covered.

Five AIDA ships–AIDAsol, AIDAcosma, AIDAstella, AIDAbella and AIDAluna–will sail eclipse themed voyages giving guests the opportunity to see the total solar eclipse up close on August 12, 2026. These sailings are able to be booked at the end of July 2024.

The Perseids meteor shower, which is visible on clear summer nights between July 17 and August 24 in 2026, will be observable in the Baltic Sea region where AIDAdiva will sail. AIDA Cruises is adding Hamina on the Gulf of Finland–a fortified city with a circular design centered around town hall–to its Baltic programming as well. 

AIDAsol will depart from Hamburg in 2026 offering guests the chance to see the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights on its “Autumnal Northern Lights” itinerary. It is a 14-day cruise with stops in Leknes and Bodo, the Lofoten Islands and Tormoso. 

If you are already looking forward to the 2026 World Cup finals, you will want to book your cruise for July 19, 2026. AIDAmar will be in Stockholm, Sweden on the “Cities of the Baltic Sea from Warnemunde1” cruise while AIDAsol will be in Portsmouth, England on the “Great Britain & Ireland from Hamburg” cruise. AIDAstella will kick off her 10-day “Spain, Portugal & Balearic Islands from Mallorca” cruise from Palma de Mallorca, Spain. 

On June 21, 2026, Midsummer’s Day, one of the most important holidays in the Nordic calendar, will be celebrated with traditional dances, flower decorations and good food. Eight AIDA ships will depart from Hamburg, Kiel and Warnemunde sailing northern routes to visit the Baltic Sea, Norway’s fjords, Scotland and Iceland. One highlight will be AIDAprima’s sailing to the Norwegian fjords of Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord, both of which are World Heritage Sites.

For the Easter holiday, AIDAprima will sail an “Easter Voyage through the Mediterranean” and for Pentecost, AIDAblu will sail enticing cruises through Greece. AIDAblu will add Zakynthos and Bodrum to the Greece itinerary for the first time. Additionally, three AIDA ships–AIDAcosma, AIDAstella and AIDAblu–will sail itineraries along the Adriatic coast, the Greek and Turkish islands and the western Mediterranean during the summer season.

Guests will enjoy early bird savings when making reservations at the AIDA premium rate by October 31, 2025.