Nighttime Danube Sightseeing Cruise Tour in Budapest

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Cruising is the most comfortable and advantageous way of sightseeing in Budapest. The panorama of the city is truly breathtaking and it is even more enchanting if you happen to see it from a cruise ship on the River Danube. Onboard, you can marvel at the capital’s beauty, its most spectacular buildings as well as taking a look at the bridges of the Danube from a unique perspective, all while avoiding the crowds of tourists. • Perfect opportunity to take spectacular photos • Closed main deck in case of bad weather • 70 minutes sightseeing cruise on the River Danube

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Silverline Cruises Kft.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Danube River

Cruising along the River Danube

Pass By: Buda Castle

The Castle District: Along with the Bazaar Gardens the castle is located at top of the hills of Buda and it takes a truly breath-taking landmark by night

Pass By: Margaret Bridge

Margaret Bridge – Right after the Chain Bridge the second place belongs to Margaret Bridge, which is the second permanent stone bridge of Budapest and only 20 years younger than its ancestor

Pass By: Szechenyi Lanchid

Chain Bridge – This unique looking construction was the first, permanent stone bridge that connected the two towns Buda and Pest

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The House of Parliament: Easily one of the most beautiful and iconic government buildings in the world

Stop At: Margaret Island

The island between the banks of the River Danube represents a green oasis, especially during summer when its emerald spaces are much enjoyed by both locals and tourists

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Gellert Hill

Emerging at the foot of Elizabeth Bridge, Gellért Hill is amongst the most visited spots of the capital, due to the amazing view

Pass By: Liberty Bridge (Szabadsag hid)

Liberty Bridge – Originally called Fővám Square Bridge after the place where the bridge is ending. At the Buda side, you can reach the Gellért Hill and Hotel Gellért which has one of the famous thermal baths of Budapest

Pass By: Budapest University of Technology and Economics

The Budapest University of Technology and Economics is the most significant University of Technology in Hungary and is considered the world's oldest Institute of Technology which has university rank and structure. It was the first institute in Europe to train engineers at university level.

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Petőfi Bridge – Originally built in 1933 but in WWII it was blown up by German soldiers and had to be rebuilt after the war, in 1952

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The new National Theatre is the most distinguished venue for theatrical plays in Hungary. Although there has been a Hungarian theatre in Budapest for the last 150 years, it only has a permanent and suitable home for theatregoers since 15th March 2002.

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Balna (a.k.a. the Whale, due to its shape) is a modern shopping, cultural, and entertainment center on the east bank of the River Danube.

Stop At: Batthyany Square

Batthyány Square is noted for the Szent Anna-templom (Church of Saint Anne), a Roman Catholic church built by the Jesuits between 1740 and 1761, and one of Budapest's most beautiful baroque buildings. The square is also known for its market hall.

Duration: 15 minutes
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