Moonlight cocktail river cruise through Budapest
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Moonlight cocktail river cruise through Budapest

based on 9 reviews
Free cancellation
Availability: Daily
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Do this because
  • Join a cruise on the Danube and enjoy the view of Budapest in the moonlight
  • Enjoy a serenade by members of the award-winning Hungarian Folk Orchestra
  • Experience the evening atmosphere of the city center and see the city's most famous monuments
What to expect

Dive into the nightlife of Budapest on board a river cruise by night that takes you around the most important sights of the city! Let yourself be dazzled by the illuminated bridges, buildings, and monuments along the Danube shores while sipping your favorite cocktails on the open deck of the boat.

The 90-minute tour includes two large delicious cocktails that you can choose from the cocktail list. The boat departs from the city center and passes underneath all the main bridges of Budapest, offering you breath-taking views of the glistering city in the dark. You can enjoy the cruise from the interior of the boat or have an unconcealed perspective from the open upper deck of the boat. The interior is heated in the winter and air-conditioned in the summer. Grab your favorite drink and take in Budapest's unique nightlife atmosphere!

At the inner deck of the boat, a live music quartet of the Hungaria Folk Ensemble will be playing popular favorites and local classics. The performance also features the famous Hungarian cimbalom and the combination with other string instruments creates a distinctively Hungarian harmony. You'll also have the chance to request your favorite songs to be played. If you feel hungry, warm à la carte meals are available for reasonable prices.

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What's included
  • River cruise
  • Two large cocktails
  • Live music
What's not included
  • Guide
Reduced price
  • Infant (0-5): free
  • Student (with valid ID): reduced
Where

Budapest, Széchenyi rkp. 6, 1054 / Port Akadémia 3

Meeting point:

Board your cruise at Port Akadémia, dock number 3, located between the Chain Bridge and the Parliament building. Look for the ship Gróf Széchényi. Please arrive at least half an hour prior to the cruise departure time for boarding.

What to remember
  • Available cocktails: Cuba Libre, Old Fashioned, Mojito, Pina Colada, Sex on the Beach, Tequila Sunrise, Gin Fizz
  • Cocktails will only be served to participants 18 years or older
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When
  • Daily at 7.00pm
  • See calendar for exact available dates and times
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Provider
Hungaria Koncert Ltd.
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100 % refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the activity begins.
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