• Dinner & Cruise with Live Music
  • Dinner & Cruise with Live Music
  • Dinner & Cruise with Live Music
  • Dinner & Cruise with Live Music

Dinner & Cruise with Live Music

Budapest, Akedémia Port — Main Hall

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About the Event

Indulge in fine dining and listen to live music, while enjoying unique views of the Budapest panorama on a cruise with music on the Danube!

In Budapest, the mighty Danube River runs majestically through the center of the city, creating a panorama which was added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site list for its aesthetic and historic value.

Experience the views on a dinner cruise with live performance of popular classical melodies. The program combines a romantic candlelight dinner with a concert on the Danube Cruise Ship. The live music is provided by four members of the award‐winning Rajkó Folk Orchestra playing local and international favourites. The band includes a truly special Hungarian virtuoso folk instrument, the cimbalom to bring that extra uniqueness into the atmosphere.

After the concert, you can also admire the panorama from the open upper deck of the ship.

Dinner & Cruise® meeting point: Please be at the meeting point which is indicated on your order confirmation at least half an hour before the beginning of the cruise.

Practical Information

Schedule:
6:30pm meeting at Akadémia 2 Dock, Budapest 1052
7pm beginning of 2‐hour‐long cruise

Dinner:

Appetizer:
Goulash soup

Warm main courses:
Traditional Hungarian chicken paprikas with noodles

Vegetarian:
Gnocchi with spinach

Desserts:
Hungarian strudel selection

Drinks:
Unlimited open bar during the program. You can choose from alcoholic beverages (wine/beer) as well as soft drinks.

Artists

Orchestra: Folk Ensemble

The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble (Budai Vigadó), the Danube Folk Ensemble and Hungária Folk Orchestra and Ensemble (in the Danube Palace) are three of the best Hungarian folk ensembles with the longest tradition. Each ensemble consists of about 30 artists.

The first ensemble was formed in 1951, and the second ensemble in 1957. Their choreography is based on authentic dances. Some were collected in isolated villages and date back hundreds of years. The dances offer a broad view of the music, dance, and costume heritage of Hungary and the Hungarian inhabited areas.

Customer Reviews

4.0 of 5

  • Douglas R, USA

    Dec 2018

    The musicians were great and interacted well with the audience. They went to every table and took requests. The dinner was also very good

  • CHRISTIAN E, France

    Nov 2014

    BIEN

  • riccardo p., Italy

    Jun 2012

    al di là delle nostre aspettative

  • René c., Hungary

    Jan 2012

    only the windows were very wet and you cannot see anything outside.

  • Daniel B., France

    Jan 2012

    Interesting way to see the monuments along the Donau, with a good dinner and the Gipsy musik.

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Address

Akedémia Port, Pesti alsó rakpart, Budapest, Hungary — Google Maps

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