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Mo 19:00
Late Night Dinner und Cruise mit Live-Musik
As the sun slowly sets behind the Buda hills and glimmering city lights take the place of the natural illuminations, the Pearl of the Danube truly start to serve its name. To truly get to know Budapest, one would need an in-depth exploration after dusk and where could it be more pleasant, than the mighty Danube River.
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The impact of folk heritage on Hungary’s culture from music to performing arts, architecture and fine arts is peculiarly significant and unique to this land.

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Get a taste from this one of a kind cultural dish in the form of the original Hungarian Folklore Show and feel the origins of Hungary in all of its authenticity by three of the country’s best folk dance and music performers.
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The mise en scène of ‘La Traviata’ by Giuseppe Verdi has strong links with Venice: it was first performed at the Gran Teatro La Fenice on March 6th 1853.
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With more than 300 concerts being performed every year, the world-renowned Salzburg Fortress Concerts take their place among the most magnificent series of chamber music concerts. The special atmosphere of the 900 year-old Fortress Hohensalzburg together with the excellent acoustics of the Golden Hall ensure that the concert-goer experiences far more than just a concert.
Europe's first beer tasting river cruise offers a truly unique experience in the most stunning part of Budapest: the River Danube. Take in the sights of this bustling city from the water thatdivides it into two sections, the flat and historically exceptional Pest side and the spectacular hilly Buda side. If you consider yourself a beer lover, this activity is definitely a must-do while in the city.

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Experience the world-renowned Hungarian wine culture from first hand while having an unforgettable cruise on the River Danube! Two must have activities, double the pleasure.
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As the sun slowly sets behind the Buda hills and glimmering city lights take the place of the natural illuminations, the Pearl of the Danube truly start to serve its name. To truly get to know Budapest, one would need an in-depth exploration after dusk and where could it be more pleasant, than the mighty Danube River.
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