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Budapest Cruises

Cruise down the Danube while marveling at the scenery of Budapest

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  • Budapest: 2-Hour Danube Cruise
  • Széchenyi Spa + Palinka Museum
  • Budapest City Audio Guide
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Budapest RiverRide: Floating Bus Experience

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  • Duration: 1h 30mins
  • Live guide in English, German, French, Italian, Polish, Russian, Spanish
  • Group of max. 10 people
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Cathy,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
04 Feb 2024
Excellent
Great experience. Good, easy to follow directions and friendly, knowledgeable staff. Cocktails were super - and made from scratch, which was an unexpected treat. Highly recommend, and fantastic...
Great experience. Good, easy to follow directions and friendly, knowledgeable staff. Cocktails were super - and made from scratch, which was an unexpected treat. Highly recommend, and fantastic photo opportunity from top deck. We loved it.
Budapest River Danube Cocktail Cruise
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colleen,  United States United States
15 Mar 2024
Excellent
Wonderful! Just as Expected! 👍🏼 Good Drinks! Great Entertainment!!
Cocktail & Folklore Cruise
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Sevil,  Turkey Turkey
26 Jan 2024
Excellent
Fabulous! We had a blast :) amazing food, friendly crew!
Budapest Evening Cruise and Dinner with Champagne & live entertainment

About: Budapest Cruises

With 12 million tourists flocking to Budapest every year, there’s good reason to take a Budapest boat tour.

These Budapest river cruises will take you past the beautiful area of Budapest that runs alongside the Danube River – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – so you can appreciate the beauty of buildings like Buda Castle, the Hungarian Academy, and the Parliament building.

Your Budapest river cruise will sail by 18th and 19th-century masterpieces of architecture that showcase Baroque, neo-Renaissance, and neo-Gothic style that rival the likes of Paris and London.

Take your pick from a number of Budapest boat tours and find a cruise that suits you. There’s options that include: drinks, live music, evening departures that show the city by night, and even visits to the House of Parliament.

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