#突烟过，还美丽#Balkan Travel No.106-Hungary·Budapest·Fisherman’s Bastion To In Budapest, the meandering Danube River passes through the city, and the natural and cultural landscapes shine in every corner of the city. Here is a treasure house of Baroque, Neoclassical, Eclectic and Art Nouveau architecture. I think that Budapest back then may be Dubai today, where cutting-edge designers from all walks of life have found a stage to sway themselves, decorating the city's architecture with magnificence and magnificence, and it is still vibrant and intoxicating. To I think that Fisherman's Bastion is the essence of Budapest. To The neo-gothic building of Fisherman’s Bastion has a peculiarly confusing nature. It looks more like a medieval building on the outside. The cone roof has a clumsy but steady temperament. To The well-deserved protagonist of Fisherman's Bastion is the Matthias Church. This exquisitely crafted building is where the coronation ceremonies of successive Hungarian kings and queens, including Franz Joseph I and his beautiful wife, Princess Sissi. To Fisherman's Bastion provides people with the best view of Budapest-the endless Danube, the different styles of bridges on the Danube, the solemn and steady parliament building on the river... To The essence of Budapest seems to be concentrated here!
Fisherman's Bastion is one of the most famous sights in Budapest. It is located in Buda on the left bank of the Danube. From here you can overlook the Danube, the Hungarian Parliament Building on the opposite bank and the bustling city view of Pest. Fisherman’s Bastion has a large number of tourists. If you want to visit with less people, you can choose to arrive before 9 o'clock, so you can visit for free, and there are few people. In addition, on the other side of the Fisherman’s Bastion is a cafe where you can buy a cup of coffee for a fee and enjoy the food while watching the beautiful scenery.
Beautiful views over the city. A must visit when visiting Budapest. Also the Matias Church next to it is impressive
A must stop. Beautiful architecture and great views of the city from this location.
A trip up to Fisherman's Bastion in Buda offers arguably the best views in the whole city. This massive structure of white stone is joy to walk around and explore. Here you'll look out over the Danube, the stunning Parliament building and all of Pest stretching out into the distance.