The Danube might have many colors, but blue is not the most common one. A constant, wide and powerful presence through the city of Budapest, the Danube calls for a (touristic) romantic-candle-light-dinner-cruise. Only then, the Fekete-Duna (black-Danube) shows its shiny face.

Danube East side gets very lively in the evening. Several boats turn into clubs with loud commercial music for the joy of the international tourists, who live Budapest mostly by night.

A romantic-candle-light-dinner-cruise on the Danube will be bring you North and South of the city center, up to the Margaret Island and down to the Petőfi Bridge

In between, river views on several bridges of Budapest are offered: here below is Margaret Bridge, which connects to Margaret island.

Another view on Margaret Bridge, with the Hungarian Parliament in the background.

And finally, Elisabeth (Princess Sissi) bridge. Sissi was Empress of Austria and wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I. History flows with the Danube under the bridges of Budapest.

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