The Danube Palace is a frothy Neo-Baroque concert hall completed in 1885 as part of Budapest’s massive expansion for the millennium celebrations. Hungary was a thousand years old in 1896 and the Habsburg Emperor Franz Joseph I was determined to ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
May 2014

A pleasant experience, I enjoyed watching and listening to the music and dancing. The venue of
the Danube Palace was an additional experience.
Arrive early we had a confusing time exchanging our voucher for tickets.

Doing what: Hungarian Folk Performance in Budapest

4 star rating: Recommended
September 2014

When I called Viator, the rep said that the group was to meet at the Danube Palace. When I got off my river cruise, I took a taxi to the Danube Palace as directed by the rep. There were 100 buses there. The driver did not speak English, so he called his main office to have me talk to an English speaking person. I told him that I booked thru Viator. The office manager gave the driver the name of the street of your
office. The street was a pedestrian street, so the driver pointed down the street for me to go and look for the office. As I walked down the street I saw a young lady selling "something ". I asked her if she knew where I should check in for the lunch cruise. She said that she has the rep selling the lunch cruise and the office was inside the building. The "sightseeing taxi ride " cost me $ 15. The Cruise was great - the lunch was okay - the young lady was very informative and attractive. I had used Viator a number of years ago in Vienna. I would use Viator again. I am a travel agent.
Jack Efird

Doing what: Danube River Lunch Cruise

4 star rating: Recommended
July 2014

Thoroughly enjoyed the show. Culturally rich. Great costumes and very impressive talent from everyone. Our 5 year old granddaughter was with us; if we had to suggest one item for improvement, it would be to have a little less instrumental pieces, and more dance. Beautiful venue (Danube Palace)

Doing what: Hungarian Folk Performance in Budapest

4 star rating: Recommended
March 2014

Good value for money. Food and service excellent. Meeting point instructions could be better. Took us a while to discover the Danube Palace is not actually a palace but now a theatre and the sign on the door says Duna Palota- which is perfectly clear if you speak Hungarian !!!

Doing what: Budapest Danube River Dinner Cruise

4 star rating: Recommended
September 2013

Folklore was good, buffet dinner was excellent and the rest of the boat trip also very enjoable. Drinks prices were very reasonable on the boat and at half time in the Danube Palace.

Doing what: Budapest Folklore Show and Danube Dinner Cruise

3 star rating: Worth doing
May 2014

Good weather contributed to spectacular views of Budapest's well-lit landmarks. Onboard drinks were of marginal quality, seating was a bit shabby, and the time spent assembling and waiting at the Danube Palace before the cruise seemed excessive.

Doing what: Budapest Late Night Dinner Cruise on the Danube

3 star rating: Worth doing
June 2013

It was quite nice the food was good but their wasn't any music or commentary and we had to find our own way back to the Danube Palace,

Doing what: Danube River Lunch Cruise

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