With the most amazing view of the city, the Fishermen's Bastion is as beautiful as it is popular with tourists. The Moorish architecture structure, located just next to Matthias church, never fails t...
Great views over the city, a very unique looking place and lots to explore around this part of the city. The hop-on-hop-off tuk-tuk was good value and easy to organise, saved a ton of walking or deali...
This is a magical place, when we rounded the corner and caught our first glimpse of the towers and turrets, it took our breath away. There are countless photo opportunities of both the site itself and...
Fisherman's Bastion is a neo-Gothic and neo-Roman-style viewing platform located on the Castle Hill on the Danube River on the Buda side of Budapest, Hungary, near the Matthias Church. It was built between 1895 and 1902, and the designer was Friger Schuleck. During the Second World War, Fisherman’s Bastion was almost destroyed. Between 1947 and 1948, the son of Frij Schulek, Janos Schuleck, was in charge of the restoration project. It was once destroyed by the war, and it is still beautiful and fascinating.
The third stop in Europe, we came to Budapest, the capital of Hungary. It is a famous ancient city in Europe, located in the north of the country, on the banks of the Danube. It is a neo-gothic and neo-Roman-style viewing platform that can not be missed in Budapest. It is located on the Castle Hill on the Danube River on the Buda side of Budapest, close to the Matthias Church. Built between 1895 and 1902, during the Second World War, Fisherman's Bastion was almost destroyed. According to legend, the fishermen desperately guarded the castle in ancient times. Later generations named the Fisherman's Basil in honor of the fishermen. It can be said that it is the best observation deck in the city. The observation deck overlooks Budapest, the Danube, the Capitol, the Chain Bridge and the Pace in the east. It has been investigated that young people have the highest proportion of first kisses here, and we have seen them several times. There is also the Matthias Church next to Fisherman's Bastion, but it is charged for the entrance, 1800 Forint, which is OK.
Fisherman's Bastion is a landmark in Budapest. It is called Fisherman's Bastion. Because it was a fish market in the Middle Ages, the fishermen built a fisherman's fort to protect their own interests and to defend against enemy invasion.
Fisherman's Bastion is a new Roman-style observation deck. The tower's spires are also very style. In addition to Prague, the architectural aesthetics is counted as Budapest.
Romanic architecture, each arch is a landscape, many people are sitting here to take pictures.
Fisherman's Basil can literally guess that it was a castle built by fishermen. As early as 1905, it was still a fish market. The fishermen built a fortress for defense in order to protect their own interests. Nowadays it has become an excellent place. Overlooking the perspective of the whole city of Budapest, the place for photographers, whenever the hotel is first opened, the hotels and restaurants in the castle become a perfect place for couples to talk about love and leave the first kiss.
Enter the highest point of the Fisherman's Bastion, which marks the traces of the years, just the right view of the entire Perth area. The oil paintings on both sides of the river have a panoramic view: the Danube slowly passes through the city, the Capitol, the old palace, The ancient castle and the modern architecture complement each other, and Buda and Pace are watching like sisters. You can also see a lot of people stop in front of the observation deck, choose a suitable location, and share the magnificent moments of the city with the loved ones.
Fisherman's Fort, which can be visited in a few minutes. Individuals still recommend to stay for 2 hours. Fisherman's Fort is facing the Danube, and
dusk is the best.
Pack your camera for a trip to Budapest’s Fisherman’s Bastion, reputed to offer the best views in this historic city. Built in 1902, the massive neo-Gothic, neo-Romanesque structure sits atop Castle Hill in a location adjacent to Matthias Church. Filled with winding staircases, parapets, turrets and white stone projections, on a clear day, the Bastion offers unrivaled views of Margaret Island, Saint Stephen’s Basilica and Parliament. Seven towers that symbolize the seven historic tribes of Hungary offer the best photography angles; you can enter them for a small fee. Entrance to the rest of the Bastion terrace is free of charge.