Su mejor noche en Budapest con esta combinación de espectáculo de folklore y crucero con cena en el Danubio. Viva primero una parte auténtica de la cultura húngara en una representación musical en el Palacio Danubio (Duna Palota) o en Budai Vidago (la casa del patrimonio húngaro), donde disfrutará de una hora y media de música y baile con uno de los mejores grupos folclóricos profesionales de Hungría. Después realizará un crucero por el río Danubio, en el que degustará un buen vino, y podrá disfrutar de una cena bufé con platos húngaros mientras admira las vistas nocturnas de Budapest declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, que incluye el barrio del Castillo de Buda.
The folklore show was really good I’ll recommend my friend to see this show in Budapest. Dinner cruise was quite disappointed because I was arranged for the seats next to the door to balcony. When the people go through that door make the noise all night long. I was feel very uncomfortable during the cruise. Although I had asked the staff to change the table for us. But they said the boat was fully booked. But I found the half of boat has empty table. That’s why I felt staffs were not helpful to me.
The folklore show was wonderful but other things took away from our experience. First, our cab driver was late so we missed the first part of the show. When we arrived, the staff were not very helpful in directing us to the theater entrance up a few flights of stairs. When we got to the theater door we were denied entrance as they did not want to disturb the audience which should have included us. Once allowed entry, we were comfortable and the rest of the show was wonderful, the theater beautiful. When the show ended we were to go to the building entrance to meet up with our group. We were led on foot through the chilly rain for a ten-minute walk to the boat. The boat, food and music were very impressive. However, once we got off the boat, we were to meet with our individual drivers. There were four drivers in conversation. We all stood in the rain wondering where to go. We approached the drivers after several minutes and asked who was to drive us home. They were all unsure as to who they were to pick up and had to finally check their cell phones to see our names. Still standing in the chilly rain, they finally rounded up the riders and we walked a block to the vehicle. Needless to say, we were pretty wet by that time. These drivers should have had a list of their riders and been watching for us. This really took away from a fun evening.
We attended the folklore show and it was lovely. The musicians were fabulous and the dancers were quite professional. The problem with this excursion was the dinner cruise. The food was dismal. The authentic Hungarian cuisine offered was not authentic. The meat was dry, doesn't matter if you chose the chicken or beef and there was no beef in the goulash. I would rate the food at best 2 out of 10. In my opinion, attend the show and skip the dinner cruise.
It is nearly a year ago that we went on this tour. I decided not to post comment since the experience were so negative. But since I am reviewing this year's tours on Viator I believed maybe I should tell the Viator team that the description of the tour is confusing and we for example thought we were going to a concert and then a meal....but it was only drinks...and since we did other things during the day, we were very hungry and therefore skipped the 'boat trip with commentary' to go and have a meal in town.
The walk between the theatre and the boat was also very disorganised and a bit chaotic. I would suggest that Viator offers a 'private' tour version of this experience - I am suing the private tour options mostly and find it the absolute best way to travel in new destinations.
Great combined experience in Budapest. I really enjoyed the dances, especially the bottle dancing with the girls. After the show, the large group is lead across to the river where you board the boat. The boat ride had stunning views. The tour was very touristy in the big picture and lacked the connection to individual traveler. Locals told us that this was the best show with this experience.