The Castle district has been part of the World Heritage Site since 1987 and it's worth taking a couple of hours to wander around the area to enjoy the narrow mediaeval streets which date back to 1243. This area suffered a number of sieges but has been carefully renovated and many of the original 17th and 18th century monuments have survived. A wander round this atmospheric area will provide an unforgettable experience.
Visitor attractions in the vicinity are the Fisherman's Bastion, the Matthias Church, the Presidential Palace, the Lions Court, the National Szechenyi Library, the Hungarian National Gallery, the Golden Eagle Pharmacy and the Museum of Military History. All are worth visiting.Back to Stops
- Two cruise tickets,
- Vouchers for gulyás soup, a glass of beer
- Walking tours
- More than 20 other vouchers, entitling our guests to 20-60% discounts at our partner museums, restaurants, baths, the Budapest Zoo and other locations