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Robert Albert B
Dancing and music was excellent .An interesting venue. Dinner was a bit rushed.
very enjoyable evening but the seats were very hard after 3 hours
This tour was a lot of fun, but the food could have been a little bit better.
Only thing wrong with this show, was that our group of eleven and two other people were the only ones in the restaurant, and that took away from the excitement of the show.
If you want a taste of authentic old time Hungarian music and dancing, then this is for you. The meal was excellent.
I loved a chance to go to Prater - the music was fun and the food was OK.
The show was fabulous and the meal was good but the pressure to leave tips was almost embarrassing. The band played beside you until you gave them a tip; you could see it made many people uncomfortable. Good tour for older people, probably not for teens, they all looked bored.
We enjoyed a very pleasant evening. The performers and musicians were excellent. The meal was very good and the tour guide was very knowledgeable. We had an excellent tour of the city after dark and had wonderful photo opportunities. Would recommend the trip. However it took the concierge in our hotel fully 30 minutes on the phone trying to contact the tour organisers to confirm our booking.
Have beeen to one of these before which was much much better. The music was too loud, although the dancing was good. food was excellent though Venue not as good as before. Guide utterly boring and dull!!!!!
Dancers were magnificent, food okay disappointed no option for soft drink available. Seeing city night lights a highlight.
The dancing and music was enjoyable. The tour guide was lovely. The food was not so good.
The driver that we had and our guide were delightful - they really made the trip for me. Although the venue was a bit "touristy" it was a great way to cram some local history (narrated on the ride to the venue by our guide), traditional cuisine, Hungarian music and dance all into a few hours. It was certainly worth it.
Night a bit drawn out with slow dinner service. Cultural presentation very good.
Although I had forewarned that I was a vegeterian I had to wait 30 minutes longer for my dinner than anyone else - and then I was given cheese and potatoes!! - We were sat on tressle tables and I had my back to the stage, so had to constantly turn around from the table to watch the show.