Organ Concert and Dinner Cruise with Transfer: Full evening program, an unforgettable concert and a romantic and delicious candlelight dinner on one of our heated or air-conditioned ships. After the concert, a host or hostess will show you to the pier.
Feel Budapest’s romantic atmosphere and enjoy excellent warm buffet-dinner, surrounded by the friendly lights of the Danube capital.
After dinner you can also admire the panorama from the open upper deck of the ship.
Enjoy a 40 minutes guided tour up to the cupola, to the treasury of the Basilica and to one of the chapels where you can have a look at Hungary's most sacred artifact, St. Stephen's mummified right hand, called Szent Jobb /Holy Right Hand. After the concert dinner on boat.
The cruise starts at 10pm, but always waits for the guests from the Basilica.
After the concert, our hostesses will accompany you to the ship, ca. 4-5 minutes by walk.
Spiced cottage cheese cream and traditional greaves cream
Alföld style goulash with small dumplings
From autumn to spring: Vegetable cream soup
Summer time: Cold fruit soup
Warm main courses
Mini stuffed cabbage
Traditional chicken leg „Paprikasch”
Roasted chicken breast with basil-cheese sauce
Spicy pork rib with thyme – mustard sauce
Roasted sea fish with Chardonnay sauce
Garnishes and vegetarian options
Grilled polenta with feta cheese
Homemade dumplings with spinach and mustard-mushroom sauce
Steamed jasmin rice with corn
Fresh seasonal salads with dressings
Italian pasta salad
Sweet corn salad with mayonnaise
Somló style sponge cake
Dessert variations Európa style
Season fruit basket
Meeting/pick-up point: At the hotel.
Pick-up time: At 6.30pm with VIP package.
Start/opening time: Meeting time at 6.30pm. The concert starts at 8pm. The cruise starts at 10pm.
Duration: The concert is 90 minutes long and the dinner is also 90 minutes long.
Guide language: English.
Others: The service includes: private transfer from and to your accommodation, 40 minutes guided tour up to the cupola, to the treasury of the Basilica and to one of the chapels where you can have a look at Hungary's most sacred artifact, St. Stephen's mummified right hand, called Szent Jobb /Holy Right Hand/, dinner on boat after the concert.