- Grab a cup of coffee mid-day or spend a laid-back afternoon with cocktails on a relaxing cruise on Danube River!
- Select your favorite beverages onboard as you ease into the fresh breeze as you move past Budapest's sights
- Admire the UNESCO World Heritage panorama from the open upper deck of the fleet with open-wide windows
- See stunning vistas like the House of Parliament, Buda Castle, Matthias Church, Fisherman's Bastion, and more!
Your day in Budapest will be in good spirits when you go on a laid-back cruise on Danube River. Europe's second longest river after the Volga, Danube's waters descends from West to East, covering historical landmarks and hip places across the continent. Budapest is famous for its duality even after Buda and Pest merged as one city in 1873. To this day, the two districts are just as striking and distinctive – Buda is old-fashioned with an air of settled wealth while Pest is where everything hip n' trendy is happening, thanks to its assortment of bars, cafés, and restaurants. Let a refreshing cruise on the ancient riverbanks soothe your mind, body, and soul with your favorite drink in hand. Ease into the city with a cup of coffee or luxuriate in a glass full of sweet-tasting wines as you watch the city's gorgeous sights from down below. Rake in the beautiful vistas of the House of Parliament, Margaret Island, and the Great Market Hall down by the Pest side. Buda is just as stunning and boasts the exquisite Buda Castle and Matthias Church, the neoclassical Fisherman's Bastion, and the classic spa in Gellért Bath on the opposite side of the river. If you're looking into more insightful visits in Europe, a sightseeing cruise on the mystic Danube River have got your expectactions covered.