BECAUSE WHEN VISITING A TOWN, GOING ON A SIGHTSEEING TOUR IS MANDATORY

Have you ever been in a class trip, where your teacher didn’t make the sightseeing bus mandatory? Of course not! It’s written in the ancient book of tourism: when you travel to a densely populated area, for the sole purpose of pleasure, you are obligated by custom to ride a ridiculously painted vehicle around the place, no matter what. But what if this obligatory program would be fun?

BECAUSE “EUROPE” IS BEST BOAT IN BUDAPEST
Docking in heart of the city, “Europa” is easily approachable. With its three decks, state of the art sound and lights system, luxurious inside comfort and many services, and professional staff, “Europa” is matched by no other ship, making it the unofficial party boat of Budapest.

BECAUSE IT’S A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO MEET WITH PEOPLE
Whoever told you, that a sightseeing tour can only be about the sights? On board of the party boat, you can engage in numerous social activities with numerous people, who will be like you: not only there for the magnificent view, but also in it for the chance of meeting with others. Who knows what kind of relationships could arise from this ride?

BECAUSE THE END OF THE BOAT RIDE DOESN’T MEAN THE END OF THE PARTY
Can’t stop dancing? Want to hang out with the people you’ve just met, some more? Are you the soul of the party, who raves through the night? Well, Cruisin might know a solution for you. When “Europa” arrives, and the boat ride ends, an afterparty starts immediately. Only 20 minutes’ walk from the docking point (or 10 minutes by the underground), the Club Aquarium awaits every enthusiastic passenger with a frenetic party till sunrise.

BECAUSE FREDDIE MERCURY APPROVES
When the Queen’s legend himself visited Budapest in 1980, he took a boat trip on the Danube. The owner of the most magical voice of all time, was so impressed with the sight, he immediately decided to perpetuate the feeling, by buying a house on the riverfront. In building in particular caught the frontman’s eyes, and Freddie asked his Hungarian tour guide, how much that building would cost. “I’m sorry, Mr. Mercury but the Hungarian Parliament Building is currently not for sale…” – the surprised tour guide replied.