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We absolutely enjoyed this night cruise. We did not order dinner (dinner was provided inside of the boat), so we could stay and sit outside of the boat sipping hot tea (or a drink) where we could see the entire city and feel the breeze, and freely take pictures of the enchanting night.
Smoothly operated trip, Budapest at night so pretty ! Enjoyable way to spend an evening.
The late night dinner cruise was excellent although we only had drinks but wished we had booked the dinner as well.
Great views at night. We did the tour without the dinner just had the drinks on the boat. It was very convenient and the staff was friendly including the on board photographer that takes a great picture with the lighted buildings in the background.
Excellent cruise with beautiful sights to see along the river. A narration or guide to the buildings that you are seeing would be a help. Very pleased overall.
Very good value, great trip and lovely drinks! But better directions on how to get to the meeting point / what it is would have been helpful!
Exactly as advertised, GREAT way to see the city skylines at night (a MUST!)... we opted for just the drinks part of the cruise = which was exactly enough.
Good views while eating, but not enough time to go outside and take photos.
good activity once we managed to find the meeting place instructions not clear at all, and we had to wait around, nearly spoilt the activity
Overall, we had a good time on this cruise and would recommend others to participate. The beginning of the tour was a bit chaotic with the tour leaders splitting the larger group into two groups. Our tour leader lead us to the boat to board and we eventually left 15 minutes late due to confusion as to which group members should be on which boat. The splitting of groups could have been organized more by letting individuals know this information ahead of time. Once on the tour, our tour leader made a quick announcement and then allowed ALL tables to approach the buffet. Tour attendees were approaching the buffet from all sides and vying over food options. Our tour included a large group of Italian tourists who would remove platters of food from the buffet and take them directly to their table leaving others on the tour without various options for dinner. Food was a bit disappointing but the experience of cruising down the Danube was good. I would suggest individuals eat dinner first and purchase only the "drinks" option.