As one of the city's top attractions, Fisherman’s Bastion boasts breathtaking panoramic views that will leave you spellbound. Originally built in the 19th century as a lookout tower, the bastion's towers and decorative fortifications now stand as a testament to Hungary's rich history and stunning architecture.
While the real castle walls are long gone, you can capture the perfect shot from one of its seven turrets that represent the seven tribes who founded the country.
But it's not just the views that will captivate you - there's a cafe and a chapel to explore too. Protected by the guild of fishermen during the Middle Ages, the bastion's name is as intriguing as its history. And now, as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it stands as a remarkable symbol of Budapest's beauty and grandeur.
Don't miss out on experiencing the Fisherman's Bastion, it's truly a sight to behold.