Departure calendar Budapest

Browse the catalog of all cruises departing from Budapest now and find the one that suits your needs best.

141 cruises

Danube: Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania

Budapest Itinerary Danube
from BGN 6,244.86
price per person Taxes included
15 reservations in 36 hours
Emerald Luna | May 30, 2024
Duration: 8 nights
Departure from: Budapest Landing: Bucharest
Itinerary:
1. Budapest,
2. Kalocsa,
3. Novi Sad,
4. Belgrade,
5. Golubac,
6. Vidin,
7. Ruse,
8. Giurgiu,
9. Bucharest

Danube: Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Madagascar, Germany

Budapest Itinerary Danube
from BGN 5,781.53
price per person Taxes included
16 reservations in 48 hours
Emerald Star | Jun 2, 2024
Duration: 7 nights
Departure from: Budapest Landing: Passau
Itinerary:
1. Budapest,
2. Budapest,
3. Bratislava,
4. Vienna,
5. Nosy Komba,
6. Linz,
7. Passau,
8. Passau

Danube: Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria

Budapest Itinerary Danube
from BGN 10,787.49
price per person Taxes included
6 reservations in 36 hours
Scenic Amber | Jun 4, 2024
Duration: 10 nights
Departure from: Budapest Landing: Bucharest
Itinerary:
1. Budapest,
2. Budapest,
3. Budapest,
4. Kalocsa,
5. Mohács,
6. Belgrade,
7. Iron Gates,
8. Sulina,
9. Vidin,
10. Giurgiu,
11. Bucharest

Danube: Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Germany

Budapest Itinerary Danube
from BGN 6,041.40
price per person Taxes included
15 reservations in 36 hours
Duration: 7 nights
Departure from: Budapest Landing: Passau
Itinerary:
1. Budapest,
2. Budapest,
3. Bratislava,
4. Vienna,
5. Krems,
6. Linz,
7. Passau,
8. Passau
141 cruises

The history of Budapest

The capital of Hungary, Budapest, is a crossroads of history and culture and the ancient charm combines with modern dynamism. Born from the union of the cities of Buda, Pest and Óbuda in 1873, Budapest has experienced Roman, Ottoman and Habsburg dominations, which have left a rich and varied legacy. Strolling through its streets, you can admire the Parliament, Buda Castle and Matthias Church.

Budapest's climate

Budapest has a continental climate, with cold winters and hot summers. The best season to visit the city is undoubtedly sping or early autumn, when the mild climate and sunny days offer the ideal setting for exploring the city on foot, discovering every hidden corners and its magnificent parks in bloom.

Attractions and places to visit

Crossed by the majestic Danube River, Budapest is famous for its thermal baths, its historic monuments and breathtaking views. Not to be missed are the Parliament, one of the oldest legislative buildings in Europe, Buda Castle, from which there are priceless views of the city, and the Chain Bridge, a symbol of unity between Buda and Pest. For a relaxing break, the Széchenyi Spa offers outdoor thermal pools, even in winter.

Local cuisine and typical products

Hungharian cuisine is a culinary adventure worth exploring. Thanks to dishes such as goulash, pörkölt and the delicious crepes called palacsinta you will discover intense falvours rich in history. You can taste them with a glass of Tokaji, Hungary's world-famous sweet wine.

Conclusion: an unforgettable holiday

Embarking on a cruise from Budapest offers a unique opportunity to start your journey by exploring a city rich in history, culture and natural beauty, before sailing across the waters of the Danube to fascinating new destinations. Budapest is not just a stopover, but a starting point for an unforgettable experience that will enrich your spirit and your heart.