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Visitez le « Paris de l'orient » illuminé et passez une soirée mémorable dans un restaurant traditionnel. Profitez du spectacle de danse folklorique, de la musique gitane et des plats savoureux. Après le dîner, admirez les sublimes illuminations depuis le sommet du mont Gellért.
On the last night of our Danube river cruise we were treated to Hungarian gypsy and operetta music.The four of us knew we were next in for "Budapest by Night Tour with Dinner and Folklore Show," but would this experience be much different? Yes, surprisingly this tour is well worth it. Viewing the illuminated Budapest skyline was priceless in and of itself, but still there was dinner and some sort of dancing. We drove quite a ways into the wooded Buda hills to reach the hosting restaurant. At one point I thought our small group might be taken into the woods for alternative reasons. Finally reaching our destination, the facility was quite large and we were greeted with apricot schnapps.The banquet room was decorated as if we were there for a barn dance. As the bread and family-style goulash soup pot arrived the dances began and the side dishes and entrees kept on coming. As the beer or wine flowed, the costumed dancers and band members performed several types of music and dance which encompassed what appeared to be German influenced dances, followed by Kozak style dances, and of course gypsy music and dance. My brother loved the goulash soup so much, he had no room for the entrees or dessert! Our expert guide put so much time into ensuring that we saw the best points of Budpest's illuminated skyline and Castle Hill while still being charged to get us to the restaurant on time that we became less aware of his presence and more impressed with our introduction to the magical sights, sounds, and tastes of Budapest. It was a long and glorious evening out, and we highly recommend this tour!
This excursion was so fun, our tour guide Pedro was very knowledgeable and showed us the beautiful sights of Budapest. We went to this restaurant off the beaten path called Vadaspark, the food was amazing!!! We had the best Goulash there, and after that for the remainder of our 13 days vacationing we did not find a better Goulash dish, Vadaspark totally delivered in the food and entertainment department. The folklore show was also very good, the tour in itself was just a lot of fun, I highly recommend this tour. Thanks again Pedro!
We were a small group on this tour and the other participants were friendly which was nice for this solo traveller. Unfortunately it was cold and raining which compromised the 'night tour' part of it and the guide seemed to spend more time speaking in German. Otherwise the dinner was very good, as was the show but we were sitting right at the back of a large room and it was difficult to see the performers at times.
Perfect evening entertainment! The dinner and folklore show was held at a fantastic place and was a very enjoyable experience from beginning to end. Andrew tailored our night tour to our party of four as we were the only ones from our hotel and we were able to view Budapest from the highest spot at the citadel which was something we really wanted to do. I would recommend this particular company for this tour as they couldn't be faulted.
The traditional restaurant we visited was excellent, from the traditional drink on arrival through to the Folk Dance Show and traditional music. For anyone visiting Budapest I would highly recommend this tour, it was a very enjoyable evening.