- Enjoy an ecstatic, appetizing evening of music and food in Budapest cruising along the majestic Danube river
- Devote your appetite to some delightful selections of Hungarian classic dishes and international fares
- Admire the panoramic UNESCO World Heritage from the upper deck of the fleet with open-wide windows
- Witness the beautiful night glow of the city accompanied by the harmonious music of the Rajkó Gypsy Orchestra
Budapest makes a wonderful first visit for the Europe enthusiast. And what better way to devote your spirits to an ecstatic night of dining and live entertainment in the diverse city than a fun cruise on the Danube River! Just from the long, winding riverbanks of Danube, you'll get to explore half of the sprawling and heritage-filled continent. Deemed as the second longest river in Europe after the Volga, Danube's waters descends from West to East, traversing from scattered cultural cities and cool neighborhoods across Central, Western, and some parts in Eastern Europe. Witness the city's stunning night glow after the sunset from Pest to Buda as you indulge on a hearty buffet dinner onboard (with music on the side). Devote your appetite to a variety of sumptuous fares from entrées, main courses, desserts, salads, vegetarian meals, and international favorites recognizable specialized by Chef Peter Molnarka. Move past the gorgeous panoramic metropolis, right from the House of Parliament, St. Stephen's Basilica, then making a turn on Margaret Island towards the Great Market Hall, just some of Pest side's best cultural icons. Meanwhile, Buda is just as gorgeous and boasts the exquisite Buda Castle and Matthias Church, the neoclassical architecture of Fisherman's Bastion, and the ageless European-style 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 expectations covered.