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  • Budapest: Széchenyi Spa Full Day Entrance

    1. Budapest: Széchenyi Spa Full Day Entrance

    Book your full-day skip-the-line ticket to the Széchenyi Bath in advance and avoid the long wait in the queue at the entrance. You’ll enjoy fast and easy entrance at a separate Welcome Desk. The Széchenyi Bath is the largest thermal spring bath complex not only in Budapest, but in Europe as well. It was built in 1913 in a Neo-baroque style. At the time it opened its baths were private, having separate steam baths for men and women, as well as different public baths for men and women. In 1927, the spa complex was expanded and today it comprises 3 outdoor and 15 indoor pools. After its expansion, the thermal artesian wasn’t adequate to supply the spa, so a new well was drilled. The second thermal spring dates from 1938. Towels and swimsuits are available for rent or purchase. Please note that swimsuits which cover the entire body are not permitted.

    The place was so huge with plenty of options to go and experience. I really enjoyed myself.

  • Budapest: 2-Hour Cruise with Hungarian Dinner on the Danube

    2. Budapest: 2-Hour Cruise with Hungarian Dinner on the Danube

    Explore Budapest from a different perspective. Admire the illuminated city from the Danube River from the deck of the boat, or enjoy the live music entertainment inside the boat. See the highlights of the city such as the Parliament, Chain Bridge and Buda with the Castle and the Citadel while you relax and enjoy Hungarian gastro specialties. A buffet dinner includes: -Appetizer: Goulash soup -Main course: Traditional Hungarian chicken paprikas with noodles -Vegetarian main course: Gnocchi with spinach -Dessert: Hungarian strudel selection -Drinks: One welcome drink and a glass of beer, wine, mineral water or a soft drink Be entertained by live music performed by four members of the award-winning Rajkó Folk Orchestra. Listen to local and international favorites. The band includes a truly special Hungarian virtuoso folk instrument, the cimbalom, bringing remarkable vibes to the atmosph...

    The staff were incredibly professional and effective. The soup was very good and the rest of the food was okay. Great atmosphere with the art deco design of the boat, but I had good laugh when the musicians started playing "My heart will go on". Luckily no icebergs! Overall a very enjoyable trip.

  • Budapest: Candlelit Dinner River Cruise with Live Music

    3. Budapest: Candlelit Dinner River Cruise with Live Music

    Spend a magical evening as you feast on a catered candle-lit dinner aboard one of the most elegant and modern cruises in Budapest. Listen to live music, enjoy a festive welcome drink, and admire the city’s sparkling historical sites along the Danube River. Once you board the boat, be led to your table to receive your complimentary welcome drink. Then, sit back and relax as you enjoy your delicious 3 or 4-course dinner while listening to live music performed by local Hungarian artists. As you dine, benefit from retractable windows that ensure the best possible photo opportunities of the iconic Hungarian Parliament, which shines like a topaz jewel at night. Continue along the waters and marvel at the nighttime views of the enchanting Buda Castle, the grand Statue of Liberty, and the impressive Citadella on top of Gellért Hill. Sail past other famous landmarks along the river like Marga...

    Danube cruise seems like a must in Budapest and doing it while eating a delicious dinner makes it a 10x better experience. Defenitely recommend it!

  • Budapest Card: Public Transport, 30+ Top Attractions & Tours

    4. Budapest Card: Public Transport, 30+ Top Attractions & Tours

    Simply pick up your card at one of the 5 Budapestinfo Points in the city and you can start exploring and using free public transportation. Some of the most popular museums that can be visited free of charge with the Budapest Card: • The Hungarian National Gallery including a permanent exhibition about Hungarian Art and other temporary exhibitions • Hungarian National Museum • Museum of Fine Arts • The Budapest History Museum in the Buda Castle  • Memento Park  • Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center • The Hungarian House of Photography - the Mai Manó House • The Ludwig Museum • Aquincum Open Air Museum • Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts • Victor Vasarely Museum • Kiscelli Museum • Bartók Béla Memorial House • New Budapest Gallery • Museum of Hungarian Customs and Finance Guard • Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism • Óbuda Museum • The Goldberger Textile Collection Some of the...

    I liked a lot the card, I used it mostly for the transportation. The museums that they are included are not the most common ones but is OK, I saved some money going in the ones that I liked most so I could definitely recommend it.

  • Budapest Parliament 45-Minute Guided Tour

    5. Budapest Parliament 45-Minute Guided Tour

    On this 45-minute guided tour you’ll visit the interior of the magnificent House of Parliament in Budapest. Built in the Gothic Revival style, it is the third-largest Parliament building in the world. The building was designed by the renowned Hungarian architect, Imre Steindl, whose inspiration was the Palace of Westminster. It stretches along the Pest side of the Danube River from the Chain Bridge to the Margaret Bridge, and is 268 meters in length. Your guide will show you the splendid session room, the richly decorated central staircase, and the great vaulted hall. You’ll have the opportunity to visit the cupola room as well, which houses the Hungarian Crown Jewels and the Hungarian Holy Crown.

    Brilliant day out, lasted 45minutes, very knowledgeable. The parliament is breath taking!

  • Budapest: Classical Music Concerts in St Stephen's Basilica

    6. Budapest: Classical Music Concerts in St Stephen's Basilica

    Visit St. Stephen's Basilica in the heart of Budapest and delight in an outstanding classical concert. The venue itself is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, but this is not all that will be breathtaking during the evening. Listen to excellent artists performing the best of the best in classical music. Choose from 3 different concerts and 4 different seating categories, depending on your preferences and budget. The program for the concerts, depending on the day, is the following: Requiem: • W. A. Mozart: Requiem in D minor k 626 • I. Introitus - Requiem • II. Kyrie • III. Sequenzia - Dies Irae, Tuba Mirum, Rex Tremendae, Recordare, Confutatis, Lacrimosa • IV. Offertorium - Domine Jesu • V. Sanctus • VI. Benedictus • VII. Agnus Dei • VIII. Communio - Lux Aeterna Ave Maria Air Alleluja I: • J.S. Bach - Toccata, Air • G. F. Handel - Oratorio Messiah, Rejoice • T. Albinoni -...

    Most enjoyable evening - organist, violinist, trumpet, tenor and soprano. Beautiful versions of Ave Maria - dress warm

  • Budapest Dinner Cruise and Folk Show

    7. Budapest Dinner Cruise and Folk Show

    Climb aboard a pleasure boat for an exclusive dinner cruise through Budapest. Sail along the majestic River Danube and enjoy a meal prepared by the ship's chef. Enjoy live gypsy music and the folklore performance throughout this exciting evening. Experience an enchanting evening in Budapest as you sail along the Danube. See the sights as you tuck into a meal of local and international food, then sit back and relax with live gypsy music and an authentic folklore show by professional dancers. Welcome drinks will be waiting for you as you board before departure. This is a guaranteed fine dining night cruise that divides the once separate cities of Buda and Pest in the most beautiful capital in Europe. (Vegetarian dishes and special dietary requirements can be catered for on request). Menu: Starter Spring salad with honey-mustard dressing Burchée bites filled ...

    From the start of evening until the end it was brilliant . The 4 course dining was really good food came out hot and not rushed . A welcome drink on arrival sparkling wine . We paid for unlimited drinks and stuck with the sparkling wine but could have had white wine red wine beers or soft drinks . No sooner we finished a bottle another was brought to us . Entertainment was very enjoyable and we all had a great time

  • Budapest: 3-Hour Dinner Cruise and Piano Battle Show

    8. Budapest: 3-Hour Dinner Cruise and Piano Battle Show

    Enjoy a 3-hour dinner cruise in Budapest along on the Danube River. A welcome drink will be waiting for you on board before departure. You’ll be served a 4-course meal and enjoy the entertainment of 2 pianists in a unique piano battle show. The hostess on board provides commentary about the melodies played during the piano battle. The cruise begins under the Elizabeth Bridge on the Pest side. You’ll head towards the Margaret Bridge where the boat turns and cruises to the last bridge of the city. At this point you’ll be able to see the National Theater and the Palace of Arts. From here, the boat turns once again and heads back to the starting point. During this cruise you’ll have views of many monuments and landmarks, including the Hungarian Technical and Economic University, Eötvös Lóránd University of Science, the National Theater, the Palace of Arts, the University of Corvinus, Pest...

    What an amazing experience!!! The food, the music and service were excelent The views from the cruise of the city were so beautiful. I recomend it a lot

  • Budapest: Rudas Spa Wellness and Dining Experience

    9. Budapest: Rudas Spa Wellness and Dining Experience

    Spend a day at the 450-year-old Rudas Thermal Bath and relax in the warm thermal waters. Enjoy the spa facilities including the sauna area, a 42-degree thermal pool, an 11-degree plunge pool, as well as a panorama pool.   Then head over to the bistro and enjoy a delicious 3-course meal from the a la carte menu. Select the wine or champagne options to complete your meal with a drink.    Dine while admiring the stunning views over the Danube River and the cityscape. Enjoy this unique wellness adventure, in the heart of Budapest.

    Wonderful experience, butifull place, excellent food at the restaurant. Highly recommended.

  • Budapest: Classical Music Concert in St Anne's Church

    10. Budapest: Classical Music Concert in St Anne's Church

    Visit Saint Anne's Roman Catholic Church and listen to the world-famous compositions of artists such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonio Vivaldi. Completed in 1761 by the Servite Order, the church retains much of its original design and is perfect for classical music performances. Listen to the excellent artists from the Danube String Orchestra and choose from the two different seating categories, depending on your preferences. The program for the concert is the following: • J. Pachelbel - Canon • A. Vivaldi - Gloria • T. Albinoni - Adagio • F. Schubert - Ave Maria • W.A. Mozart - Church Sonate in D major Ave Verum • Saint-Saens - The Swan • W.A. Mozart - Alleluja • A. Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Summer, Winter, Spring, Autumn

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What people are saying about Budapest

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The staff were incredibly professional and effective. The soup was very good and the rest of the food was okay. Great atmosphere with the art deco design of the boat, but I had good laugh when the musicians started playing "My heart will go on". Luckily no icebergs! Overall a very enjoyable trip.

Danube cruise seems like a must in Budapest and doing it while eating a delicious dinner makes it a 10x better experience. Defenitely recommend it!

Very friendly staff. The 4-course menu was high quality and very tasty. Price-equivalent ratio excellent. I can absolutely recommend this dinner.

The place was so huge with plenty of options to go and experience. I really enjoyed myself.

Very beautiful and we had a very good guide that explained everything.