Parliament Tour & Lunch Cruise

Posted on October 9, 2018 by HungarianParliament in Hungarian Parliament Tour

Visit the majestic building of the Budapest Parliament on a guided tour, and enjoy a great Buffet Lunch on board of a Danube Cruise.

Prices of Parliament Tour & Lunch Cruise

Prices differ for European Union citizens and visitors coming from non-EU countries.

Hungarian Parliament by the river Danube

€54 for Adults (€69 for non-EU citizens)
€47 for Students (€54 for non-EU citizens)

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Inclusions of Parliament Tour & Lunch Cruise Package

  • 1h Guided Parliament Tour (incl. 10min security check-in) from approx. 11 am (guide in English only) – Passport needed for entry
  • 1.5h Cruise on the Danube (2-3.30pm)
  • Buffet Lunch on cruise
  • 1 Welcome Drink (Sparkling Wine or Soft Drink) and 1 Free Drink (1 Glass of Sparkling Wine, Beer, Wine or Soft Drink) and 1 Bottle of Water on the Cruise
  • AC (Air-conditioned boat in warm weather) / Heated in cold weather
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sights in the city of Budapest (as seen from the cruise – audio guide in English is available)
  • E-Ticket via email (no printing needed)
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Schedule of Parliament Tour & Lunch Cruise

The Parliament Tour starts either at 10.30am or 10.45am, depending on the date. Please check the booking form to see the exact starting hour on your preferred date of visit.

Schedule of 10.30am – 3.30pm Cruise & Parliament Tour package:

10.30-11am: Registration at Parliament Visitor Center (please look for the hostess with a sign)
11am-12pm: Parliament Tour (approx. 50 min guided tour + 10 min security check-in and out)
12pm: Parliament Tour ends, a hostess will be waiting for you in front of the Gift Shop
12-12.15 pm: approx. 15 minutes free time for shopping and toilet break
12.15-12.45pm: a hostess escorts you to the dock of the cruise
12.45-1.45pm: approx. 1 hour free time to explore the historical ships (both entries are included in the Cruise & Parliament Tour package price, please see details below)
1.45pm: boarding starts
2-3.30pm: Lunch Cruise

Schedule of 10.45am – 3.30pm Cruise & Parliament Tour package:

10.45-11.15am: Registration at Parliament Visitor Center (please look for the hostess with a sign)
11.15am-12.15pm: Parliament Tour (approx. 50 min guided tour + 10 min security check-in and out)
12.15pm: Parliament Tour ends, a hostess will be waiting for you in front of the Gift Shop
12.15-12.30 pm: approx. 15 minutes free time for shopping and toilet break
12.30-1pm: a hostess escorts you to the dock of the cruise
1-1.45pm: approx. 45min free time to explore the historical ships (both entries are included in the Cruise & Parliament Tour package price, please see details below)
1.45pm: boarding starts
2-3.30pm: Lunch Cruise

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General Info/Advices

  • How to Get There: Short walk (5min) from Kossuth Lajos Square Metro Station (M2) or 1min walk from Streetcar No. 2 stop called “Orszaghaz, latogatokozpont” (Parliament Visitor Center).
  • What to Wear: comfortable shoes and clothing is recommended. Tour goes in all weather conditions.
  • Services & Facilities Available at Parliament Visitor Center: Public toilets, Cafe, Gift Shop.
  • Nearby Attractions: Museum of Ethnograpy (Thu-Sun from 10am to 6pm), Carl Lutz Glass House (Every day from 1pm to 4pm)
  • Don’t forget to bring: Passport, Confirmation Email
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Disclaimer: HungarianParliament.com focuses on Parliament Tours exclusively as part of Budapest Tickets Ltd. The official institution and site of state affairs is the Houses of Parliament of Hungary (Orszaghaz), parlament.hu.

One Comment

  1. Apinya Limpaiboon June 13, 2019 at 2:03 am

    I want to visit the Parliament on 25June2019 but don’t want to have lunch cruise, can we book only the English guide tour?

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