Sara Errani was among the many WTA players who stepped out for the Budapest Grand Prix's player party.
Mandy Minella at the party. They went on a cruise on the Danube, which runs down the middle of Budapest.
Varvara Lepchenko at the party. Included in the event was a gourmet buffet and a lot of sightseeing.
Mandy Minella and Romanians Irina-Camelia Begu and Alexandra Cadantu on the boat cruise at the party.
Landmarks included Matthias Church, Buda Castle, Szechenyi Chain Bridge, Danube Promenade and Parliament.
Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the Danube, the unification taking place in 1873.
Michaella Krajicek is a former doubles champion in Budapest, winning it with Janette Husarova in 2006.
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova at the party. The tenacious Czech is playing in Budapest for the first time.
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova and Eva Birnerova. Birnerova is playing in Budapest for the fourth time.
The Budapest Grand Prix has been a tournament on the WTA calendar since all the way back in 1996.
The only players to win Budapest twice are Anna Smashnova of Israel and Hungary's own Agnes Szavay.
Japan's Rika Fujiwara and Chinese Taipei's Chan Hao-Ching enjoyed the view from the Danube cruise.
Chan Hao-Ching is the younger sister of Australian Open and US Open doubles finalist Chan Yung-Jan.
Petra Martic, who reached her very first WTA final earlier this season at Kuala Lumpur, at the party.
Anne Keothavong is the only Brit to reach a WTA semifinal in the last 20 years - she has been to seven.
Michaella Krajicek, Barbora Zahlavova Strycova and Eva Birnerova posed in front of the Danube River.
Elena Vesnina, a five-time WTA finalist who has been as high as No.22 in the world, at the party.
The guests of the Budapest Grand Prix player party got together and posed for one big group photo.
The largest building in Hungary is the Hungarian Parliament Building - at night it shines brightly.
Rika Fujiwara has also been shining brightly lately - she won her first WTA doubles title in Copenhagen.