Photograph Budapest and the Danube River from Citadella

Added by Margo Schmiederer

A beautiful overlook of the city and Danube

The Citadella is a beautiful overlook of the Danube River and Budapest. It used to serve as a fortress and is now open to the public for free. To get there, you will need to climb many stairs, so it is encouraged to wear comfortable shoes! 

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There are multiple sites and locations that can provide exquisite view over the Danube river and Citadella is one of them. I would not consider it the best one and most of the other sites were also much more interesting themselves (I mean apart from the view they offer). I highly agree with the OP that should you decide to visit Citadella, wear comfortable shoes! :)

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