Dinner cruise on the Danube with folklore dance and live music

Akadémia 3. ponton, Budapest, Széchenyi rakpart 2, 1054 Hungary, Budapest, Hungary
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What To Expect

At night Budapest turns into a romantic, illuminated town with the mighty Danube reflecting the lights. Take part in a 2-hour romantic ship cruise down the Danube and admire the sights from the river while enjoying a buffet dinner and live music entertainment.It's the perfect way to try some of the local dishes while listening to live music by three members of the Rajkó Folk Orchestra. The performance also features a traditional Hungarian instrument, the famous 'cimbalom'. The combination of string instruments and the cimbalom provides a uniquely Hungarian, unforgettable harmony and atmosphere on board.During the performance, you'll have the chance to request your favorite songs to be played by the artists.Dinner menu: soups (alföld style goulash soup, vegetable broth); salad (fresh seasonal salad with two types of dressing); main courses (traditional chicken paprikasch, roasted pork with grilled vegetables, stuffed cabbage Hungarian style, eggplant tower in tomato sauce); garnishes (dumplings, grilled vegetables, hash brown); desserts (homemade strudel selection, trifle).

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Important info

Know in advance:

  • The minimum drinking age is 18 years
  • Children (aged 0-5) can join the activity for free
  • If you are a student you'll be asked to show a valid student ID with your voucher when boarding the cruise
What's included
Buffet. Cruise. Live music. Bottled water
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Know Before You Go

Experience a romantic cruise on the Danube river. Enjoy a buffet dinner with authentic Hungarian dishes. Listen to live music by the members of the Rajkó Folk Orchestra

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Meeting Point

Board your cruise at Port Akadémia, dock number 2, located between the Chain Bridge and the Parliament building. Look for the ship Gróf Széchényi.