Dinner & Cruise On The Danube With Live Music

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2 hours
Zrínyi street 5
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Boat Trip
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Budapest is most romantic during the night-time with the waves of the Danube calmly reflecting the colorful, illuminated image of the sights. It is a view unparalleled and atmosphere unmatched.
The Hungarian capital has most of the amazing tourist attractions right on the riverbanks so it’s more than clever to take a cruise down the Danube. In one and a half hour you will see the most important sights on each side, like the Parliament, the Royal Palace the Gellért Hill and of course the bridges with great historical importance. We start from close to the oldest bridge of the city, the iconic Chain Bridge. While cruising under the six bridges of downtown Budapest open buffet dinner is available for guest looking to try out the typical Hungarian dishes and much more. On top of that a welcome drink is included in the ticket price, to enhance your appetite and two more drinks while cruising!
A perfect choice to try out most of the local dishes while listening to live gipsy music entertainment by three members of the rightfully renowned Rajkó Folk Ensemble and Orchestra. The show features an extremely talented player of the most famous Hungarian instrument, the “cimbalom” as well. The combination of string instruments and the cimbalom provides a uniquely Hungarian, unforgettable harmony and an outstanding atmosphere on-board.
Wish to hear your favourite popular song in a whole new adaptation?
During the performance, guests will have a chance to ask for their favourite songs from the artists to play.
The meals on our boats are prepared by Chef MolnárkaPéter, including various Hungarian dishes, cold entries, international favourites, vegetarian meals, desserts and much more. A perfect choice to try out most of the local dishes and enjoying a couple of drinks from the open upper decks of the boats!