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Konrád
Konrád
April 27, 2020
If you want to spend your time on a party boat of the Danube.
Greg (Gergely)
Greg (Gergely)
March 9, 2020
Concert Hall Boat on the Danube. Winner of several prizes, such as Lonely Planet World’s 100 Greatest Bar, 2012.
Harald
Harald
February 17, 2020
Live concerts almost every day and party location
Vladislav
Vladislav
January 21, 2020
This live venue is an actual ship docked on the Danube - it offers great atmosphere and live a rich calendar of mostly international alternative music acts. I recommend you check out if they have a band that is to your taste, it can make for a nice night out on the river!
Szabolcs
Szabolcs
September 14, 2019
The A38 ship is a local favorite and a concert venue attracting high-profile bands and DJs. From jazz to pop to rock, A38 displays a wide range of genres when it comes to music. They offer the best parties which all take place on a ship giving some of the best views of the Danube. A38 is located on…

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XI. kerület, 1117
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