Below Castle Hill in the picturesque riverbank Watertown (Víziváros) district is the former Bishop’s Palace, today housing the Christian...
At the southern end of Castle Hill, the Castle Museum is housed in the former Royal Palace, which was built mostly by French architects...
The basilica, the largest church in Hungary, is on Castle Hill, and its 72m-high central dome can be seen for many kilometres around....
This cafe-cum-cultural centre in Watertown with mix-and-match furnishings, a steady stream of events and a shop selling a rare mix of...
With a sheer rock face topped by a castle bastion as the backdrop to its courtyard, Padlizsán has the most dramatic setting of any...
Below Castle Hill on the banks of the Little Danube is Víziváros, the colourful 'Watertown' district of pastel town houses, churches and museums. The fastest way to get there is to walk down steep Macskaút, which can be accessed from just behind the Esztergom Basilica. An easier route is to cross the Royal Palace's drawbridge, walk down the grassy hill to Batthyány Lajos utca and then turn west onto Pázmány Péter utca.