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It is largely Budapest that Hungary owes its tourist boom to as Its capital attracts a phenomenal number of visitors every year, regardless of age or generation. In fact, the incredible vitality of Budapest makes it a city that never sleeps, where one celebrates life every night of the year.
Travellers and history buffs can discover a city with an important heritage. Budapest offers a striking contrast between Buda, with winding lanes, Baroque palaces and Turkish baths, and Pest, bubbling, with a proud blend of architectural styles.
Venture further into the country, and following the Danube, take the Tisza and you will discover a countryside still vibrant in its traditions. There is nothing like a Hungarian folklore show to see the real heart of the country: the costumes and the typical dances will take you through all the regions of Hungary; Gypsy music will immerse you in Hungarian folklore and allow you to discover the traditions of this beautiful country.
A country at the crossroads, which apparently shares much with Austria, Hungary actually has its own strong culture . Its fluctuating history has experienced boom and fall, empires and invasions. Hungary is today a modern thriving country as well as a gateway to the East, to its flavours and spicy scents ...
Discover all our Hungary river Cruises bellow.
PASSAU - MELK - DURNSTEIN - VIENNA - ESZTERGOM - BUDAPEST
From Passau to Budapest via Melk and Vienna, these cities rich in culture and history will unveil their secrets. Discover the Schoenbrunn Palace and the beautiful Wachau Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its wooded hillsides, orchards, small villages, vineyards and monasteries, it is the most picturesque part of the Danube and where the majestic Dürnstein Castle stands.
BUDAPEST - BRATISLAVA - VIENNA - PASSAU
From Budapest to Passau via Bratislava, Vienna and Melk, these cities rich in culture and history will unveil their secrets. Discover the Schoenbrunn Palace and the beautiful Wachau Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its wooded hillsides, orchards, small villages, vineyards and monasteries, it is the most picturesque part of the Danube and where the majestic Dürnstein Castle stands.
LINZ - VIENNA - BUDAPEST - BRATISLAVA - DURNSTEIN - MELK - LINZ
Cruise from Austria to Germany via Hungary and Slovakia. You will discover the historical and cultural treasures of the great capitals along the majestic Danube, from the famous scenes of the Vienna Konzerthaus to the Baroque palaces of Bratislava. Marvel at the vast plains of the traditional Puszta or hike through the small Carpathians to the ruins of Devin Castle. Tremendous landscapes and monuments with undeniable charm will be waiting for you.
BUDAPEST - MOHACS - Pecs(1) - NOVI SAD - SZEGED - Opusztaszer - The Puszta(1) - TOKAJ
From Budapest to Tokaj, between wild beauty and authenticity, take a journey to the heart of Eastern countries. Cruise from the Danube to the Tisza discovering unique and treasured traditions throughout Hungary, Croatia and Serbia. Experience 9 unforgettable days during which you will visit cities full of culture, history and breathtaking architecture and landscapes.
ANTWERP - ROTTERDAM - AMSTERDAM - UTRECHT - COLOGNE - RÜDESHEIM - MANNHEIM - STRASBOURG - MAINZ - FRANKFURT - MILTENBERG - WERTHEIM - WURZBURG - SCHWEINFURT - BAMBERG - NUREMBERG - MÜHLHAUSEN - REGENSBURG - PASSAU - MELK - DURNSTEIN - VIENNA - ESZTERGOM - BUDAPEST
From Antwerp to Budapest, discover the Netherlands, land of the tulips, mills and cheese. Through this cruise and its excursions, we invite you to discover the authentic Holland, with many canals and cities which have been classified as UNESCO World Heritage. We'll also sail along the Rhine and we'll end our majestic trip with Vienna and Budapest. Enjoy a perfectly combined cruise between nature and culture.