Soporific, leafy Visegrád (from the Slavic words for ‘high castle’) has the most history of the main towns on the Danube Bend. While much of it has crumbled to dust over the centuries, reminders of its grand past can still be seen in its 13th-century citadel, which offers spectacular views from high above a curve in the river, and its partially Renaissance palace, seat of power during Visegrád’s golden age in the 15th century.
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