Danube Boat Ride and Wine Tasting

Danube Boat Ride and Wine Tasting

Taste delicious wine and see fairytale-like scenery from a luxury boat

Tour type: Private , Duration: 1 Hour 30 Minutes

Product ID: 24676
Description

Cruise the Danube the right way! This boat ride pairs one of Europe’s most memorable skylines with four fine Hungarian wines, making it the perfect introduction to Budapest and the wines of Hungary.
 
Budapest’s Danube banks are a UNESCO World Heritage Site with extraordinary architecture lining both sides. 
 
Your wine-specialised tour guide will fill you in on what you are seeing, as well as on what is in your glass. You will see sights such as Margaret Island, the Parliament, the riverside “Shoes” sculpture, the
 Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
 Vigadó Theater, 
Central Market Hall, the 
Palace of Arts, the 
National Theater, the Castle, Fisherman’s Bastion, Matthias Church, and 
Gresham Palace.
 
The mahogany boat has a closed cabin with leather seating, as well as an open platform. It’s a small boat, so you’ll be much closer to the water than on the typical tourist boats (which you will be speeding past!).
 
In addition to being a relaxing way of sightseeing, this cruise is ideal for intimate events or special occasions for small groups (or couples) such as birthdays, anniversaries, or family...

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Cruise the Danube the right way! This boat ride pairs one of Europe’s most memorable skylines with four fine Hungarian wines, making it the perfect introduction to Budapest and the wines of Hungary.
 
Budapest’s Danube banks are a UNESCO World Heritage Site with extraordinary architecture lining both sides. 
 
Your wine-specialised tour guide will fill you in on what you are seeing, as well as on what is in your glass. You will see sights such as Margaret Island, the Parliament, the riverside “Shoes” sculpture, the
 Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
 Vigadó Theater, 
Central Market Hall, the 
Palace of Arts, the 
National Theater, the Castle, Fisherman’s Bastion, Matthias Church, and 
Gresham Palace.
 
The mahogany boat has a closed cabin with leather seating, as well as an open platform. It’s a small boat, so you’ll be much closer to the water than on the typical tourist boats (which you will be speeding past!).
 
In addition to being a relaxing way of sightseeing, this cruise is ideal for intimate events or special occasions for small groups (or couples) such as birthdays, anniversaries, or family parties.
 
Please note: The tour is private and it can be arranged at any time it suits you. Please get in touch here.

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About this activity
Tour Timings
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Group size
1 - 10
Languages
English
The meeting point
Dock 8A, Danube River, Pest side Jane Haining rakpart Budapest 1052

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Includes
  • Private boat cruise
  • Tasting of four types of wines
  • Mineral water and pogácsa (Hungarian biscuits)
  • English-speaking, wine-professional guide
  • Transportation to and from the dock

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Payment Policy

Advance payment is required to book the tour.

Currency conversion is supplied as a guide only; the exchange rate used by your bank may vary. The final payment will be charged in the local or original local currency shown.


Cancellation Policy

Bookings can be cancelled up to 72 hours prior to the start of the tour with an 85% refund.

Within 72 hours all reservations are final and cannot be refunded.

In order to issue a refund on tours cancelled up to 72 hours in advance, the cancellation must be made via email. 

No shows are treated as last-minute cancellations and are non-refundable. 

Organized by

Carolyn

A boutique Budapest-based tour operator specialising in food and wine experiences for people who travel to eat and drink, and also want to learn about those foods and drinks. The tours are food and wine-centred, and are focused on top quality local products, education, people, and memorable experiences. Tours are offered in Hungary and Austria, with a passion for introducing the region to travelers (and helping them put it into context) via its cuisine and emerging wine regions.


Product ID: 24676

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