The medieval city of Buddha, which has been declared a World Heritage Site, is built around the 13th century castle.
The best way to get to the castle is cable car starting at Lanchid Utca Street.
At the top is the castle 170 meters above the Danube and includes many attractions.
The royal palace, a very impressive complex of buildings, renovated in the 18th century when Maria Theresia was queen.
Today a part of it houses her National Gallery with more than 40,000 projects!
Wing E ‘of the royal palace houses the Budapest Historical Museum with handicrafts, the history of the castle, many Gothic sculptures and armor.
The Sandor Mansion is the official residence of the President of Hungary and is a magnificent building with neoclassical motifs and reliefs.
It is further east the fishermen’s bastion with nice views of the Danube and Pest opposite.
You will definitely take a lot of photos!
The historian is also there temple of Matyas with a turbulent history, which is why it has many architectural styles together. An impressive church both externally and internally that is worth visiting, especially if you have a concert.
Route Utca Fortuna It is full of souvenir shops and many restaurants and ends at the ruins of the temple of Mary Magdalene (13th century).
Near the banks of the Danube and the eponymous metro station, is the Batthyany Square. The Hikisch house stands out with the reliefs that present the 4 seasons and the baroque church of Ag. Annas.
* You will need one day to see the area of the castle and visit some of its attractions.
* The area has many restaurants and cafes.
* Comfortable shoes are essential!