Castle of Buda

You will witness for yourself on your Hop On Hop Off Budapest trip that the city of Budapest is filled with fascinating landmarks that you may explore. There is a good probability that the Buda Castle will be featured extensively in both your online search for the city as well as any guidebook that you could purchase. 

The castle neighborhood is home to a number of noteworthy attractions, such as the Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion, among other museums, charming tiny streets, and charming little alleyways. There is also a stunning view. The Buda Castle, which was constructed on the most southern point of Castle Hill, was used for many years as the hall of the crown while its huge walls protected the kingdom of Hungary. 

Today, it is included in the Danube World Heritage Site, and anyone who takes a stroll in the surrounding area will quickly get the rationale behind this designation. The view of Budapest that you receive from here is stunning, particularly at night when all of the significant landmarks of the city are illuminated, and it includes both the Buda Castle and the Matthias Church. Pay a visit to the Castle District and the National Gallery, which is located in the Buda Castle (open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.) Admire the view from the top of the Fisherman's Bastion, get your jaw dropped by the ornate design of the Matthias Church, and immerse yourself in the lively environment of the Castle Bazaar! 

The red path leads to the castle and can be taken to get there.

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