Cocktail river cruise through Budapest

  • Join a cruise on the Danube and enjoy the view of Budapest
  • 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
  • 2 cocktails from the menu is included
  • Hungary Budapest Airport BUD to Budapest city|Special car pick-up with Chinese-speaking driver

    1 Private car pick-up and drop-off: no need to wait for the car, and the private space of the private car saves you worry and effort

    2 Strict selection of drivers, standard service specifications, so that you can experience better service

    3 Free waiting for 90 minutes for pick-up , free waiting for 30 minutes for drop-off, full refund 48 hours before departure

    Hungary Budapest Airport (BUD) Private Transfer to Downtown Budapest with Welcome service

    • Go straight to your hotel in downtown Budapest with convenient private transfer services from Hungary Budapest Airport (BUD) 
    • Choose from three vehicle types to best suits your needs 
    • Take advantage of the 24-hr service to accommodate your schedule 
    • Spot an airport pick-up sign and find your English-speaking driver upon arrival

    Danube River Cruise with Buffet Dinner in Budapest | Hungary

    Discover Budapest’s beauty on a dinner cruise. Enjoy live music, stunning views, and a delicious buffet of Hungarian and international cuisine.

    • Indulge in a delicious buffet dinner with traditional Hungarian and international dishes, drinks included
    • Listen to live music on board
    • Take in the stunning Budapest panorama

    Dinner cruise on the Danube with folklore dance and live music

  • 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
  • Alternative Budapest walking tour

  • Enjoy an introduction to Budapest’s expanding alternative culture
  • Let your guide take you around the city and explore districts rarely visited by tourists
  • Visit a local artist’s gallery and learn about Budapest’s street art and graffiti scene
  • A Journey through Jewish Budapest with a Historian

  • Begin at the square where the father of modern Zionism, Theodor Herzl, was born.
  • Explore the Dohány Street Synagogue, the largest temple in Europe, with the assistance of a Jewish Studies Scholar. Take in the lavish, Moorish Revival style before visiting the Temple of Heroes, the Jewish Museum, and a Memorial Park, all within the complex.
  • Discover the history of the Status Quo Ante stream of Judaism while observing the Rumbach Street Synagogue.
  • Café Wandering tour: An Excursion through Budapest’s Belle Epoque

  • Begin in the heart of the city at Vörösmarty tér (or Vorosmarty Square), with the 100-year-old, exquisite Café Gerbeaud, offering us an authentic insight into Imperial Budapest and its legendary traditional cakes.
  • Stroll along the Danube to the Central Café, a dignified space that epitomizes the café culture, and enjoy your first traditional cake and coffee, while hearing tales of the Central’s famous artistic patrons.
  • Downtown Pest: The New Imperial Capital 1867-1914 Tour with a friendly historian

  • Take in the monumental Parliament at Kossuth Square, the most expensive structure ever built in Hungary at its inauguration and symbol of Budapest’s rise.
  • Visit the Holocaust Memorial (Shoes on the Danube Bank), and reflect on the essential role of the Jewish community who numbered one-fourth of Budapest’s citizens before WWII.
  • Explore Liberty Square, perhaps Pest’s most beautiful public space, home to the monumental Stock Exchange Palace and other opulent buildings.
  • Communist Budapest: The “Happiest Barrack” in the Soviet Bloc tour

  • Receive a tour from an accomplished historian
  • Learn about Budapest’s “goulash communism”
  • Explore Bem József Square, site of a major uprising
  • Visit Kossuth square and its revolution monuments
  • See the former People’s Stadium (now Puskas Soccer Stadium)
  • Take a quick ride in one of “Stalin’s trolley buses”
  • Walk through the dull totalitarian housing estates from the 1970s