Budapest is the city of wonders. The industrial revolution of the 19th Century left its remarkable signs on the town’s aspect. Wealth, success, power & imperialism are all reflecting on the cities older buildings and monuments, from among the most spectacular ones were built up along the riverbanks.
Today the ‘Banks of the Danube’ belong to the UNESCO world heritage site but this beauty was a consequence of a tremendous flood of 1838. The Pearl of Danube was literally built up from the pain. The flood left the town’s inhabitants in grief by destroying hundreds of their houses and killing thousands of their people.
The hard work and reformer projects of the next generations luckily paid off and during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, the city experienced it’s never seen Golden Age. Budapest was proudly proclaimed and its breath-taking style consistently created, until the next cataclysm to come.
The generation of the 2nd World War powerlessly witnessed the traumatic demolition of the town and after a deep, exhausted breath; rebuilt it with a faith of change & eternity.
Budapest is the city of wonders. No matter how turbulent its history has been, it learnt to be renewed. It shines & vibrates like never before.
If you are interested in history and culture & would like to see the most enchanting parts of Budapest than this cruise is for you.
You will be enjoying the exciting commentaries about the landmarks of Budapest from a privately rented boat and marvelling the fascinating city landscape which attracts millions of visitors every year.
I can’t imagine a better program for Sunday early afternoon. Can you?
Come and be part of the heart-warming experience.
Entrance fee: 13 EUR
Departure of the boat: on 18th November at 13:00 (after workshops)
Duration of the cruise: 1 hour
Booking is open until: 9th November