We say that Budin Castle and its surroundings should be at the top of your list of places to see. Because in this region, the cobblestone streets from the Middle Ages, historical buildings under UNESCO protection, the most magnificent examples of gothic and baroque architecture and the magnificent panorama of Budapest are worth seeing. If you have limited time, Budin Castle, Fisherman's Bastion and Matthias Church are the top priorities. But if you have time, we say you should give this place its due by wandering the streets of the region and taking a coffee break in its cafes. The most beautiful view of Budapest is arguably seen from here. It's worth a visit for that alone. Let's get to its history… The first settlement in this region started in the 13th century after the Mongol invasion, with the aim of protecting Buda (one bank of the river is called Buda, the other is Pest). After 1265, Budin Castle and the surrounding area became the palace complex where the Hungarian