Combine Culture with River Cruise Budapest
Chinese New Year is one of the most traditional festivals in China. This day provides an opportunity to celebrate an annual family reunion, which is very similar to Christmas Day in western countries.
Here are some fun facts about this holiday
The festival days change every year as it is defined by the lunar calendar, falling on a day between a middle of January and middle of February.
It starts from the first day of the first month of the lunar calendar and continues for 15 days to the Lantern Festival.
The apex of the night is the first day of Chinese New Year!
On that day, in northern China, people are used to having dumplings served at the reunion dinner; while people from southern China prefer rice cakes called ‘Niangao’ which is made of glutinous rice flour.
If you choose this Dinner Cruise you can meet with both Hungarian and Chinese entertainment as we merged two different culture for this Dinner and Cruise.
|Dinner & drink||21.000 HUF ; € 70|
|Dinner (without drink package)||15.500 HUF ; € 52|
|Child (5-10 years old)||14.000 HUF ; € 47|
Boarding Time of the Cruise: 7.00 pm or 8.50 pm
Departure Time of the Cruise: 7.30 pm or 9.00 pm
The tour ends at 10.30pm!