Combine two essential Budapest experiences into one great-value Super Saver tour! First, relax and unwind at Budapest’s largest public bath, the Széchenyi Spa, where you can pamper yourself with a steam, soak and scrub, or indulge with an aromatherapy massage (optional). Then, set sail along the Danube River for a romantic evening cruise and tuck into a delicious candlelit dinner on-board. Sip champagne and enjoy live folk music as you gaze out over the UNESCO-listed waterfront and spot Budapest landmarks like the Parliament Building, the Chain Bridge and Buda Castle.
Full-day Budapest Super Saver: Széchenyi Spa and Danube dinner cruise
Combine two best-selling tours into one great-value package!
Relax with full-day, skip-the-line access to Széchenyi Spa's baths, steam rooms and saunas
Upgrade to pamper yourself with a 20-minute aromatherapy massage
See the sparkling Budapest panorama on a Danube River evening cruise
Enjoy wine, a glass of Champagne, live music and a Hungarian buffet dinner on board
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
By tagging a dinner cruise to priority baths entry, this lets you spend all day at the baths before you sail.
This was a good tour . It would be best if the tour group organizers inform where to go once you reachSzechenyi (there is a Help desk on the main entrance). I needed to call and ask where I should go and if the voucher is as good as the ticket itself. For the dinner, they should give direction/address for the meeting point. The cruise and dinner was fun and entertaining.
The spa is a great way to spend a few hours or even a day, busy but spacious enough to not feel crowded out, the ticket provides a changing room which is recommended, the evening Danube cruise was great, good service and a good selection of food, which whilst basic traditional fayre had enough variety to keep it interesting and there was plenty of it.
I've been all over Europe and Budapest was by far my favorite city from the architecture, the views, the nightlife, etc. This tour was great. It doesn't provide you with a tour guide or anything to that nature but it does save time and money to gain entry to the spa and the dinner cruise. The spa was awesome, we even did a beer bath at an additional cost. Check it out if you never have escpecially if you like beer. The dinner cruise was awesome. The food was great, good service, and nice gentle music by a live band.
Excellent value. The baths are a wonderful experience. You need to wear a swimming cap to use the swimming pool, but the other pools allow you in without one. The private changing cubicle was a much nicer experience than using the communal changing areas. Worth the extra money to hire a robe too! A little more info on the cruise would have been useful. The 6.30 start to the evening means that you either have to walk to the venue, which is actually a theatre and not the dock, or take a taxi which is a lot more expensive and takes longer at that time, due to the heavy traffic. You then walk on some uneven ground, with a hostess, to get to the boat. However, once inside it is a lovely evening of music, sightseeing and good food. I would certainly recommend it.
We had a wonderful day and went early so had good seats and lounged all day with massages booked a little after midday. We took in some crisps and drinks we brought on route but there is a bar by the hot baths outside to purchase from also.
The outdoor spa was nice. Not overcrowded. I would definitely suggest securing your valuables. We had a changing room to store our clothes.I caught someone trying to steal my towel off the lounger with my belongings. Bring your own towel, flip flops and hair dryer if you can. Massage was nice. The best part was the Danube River cruise. We did this on a different day than the spa. Th meal was buffet style and the food was good. There is a strolling band which goes from table to table. Beware, dont get caught and end up giving them a tip just for talking with them. Overall a good experience.
This is one of those bucket-list tours to take a look at some major attractions. We went on Christmas Day, and the crowds at Széchenyi and on the cruise were overwhelming. Food was fine, but you have to wait in line for it. The price makes it good value. Next time, Id prefer to pay up for a more personal experience.
Great tour, the meeting point is fairly easy to find and there is someone outside to guide you..the cruise itself takes you past all the highlights and plenty of room on the boat to move around. The food is not al a carte but nice enough with plenty to choose from. As for the Spa this is s must do!
The spa was terrific, five stars. However, we missed our dinner cruise because we had a difficult time finding the meeting point and got there too late. Two taxi cab drivers did not know where the Budapest Palace, the meeting point was.