On any trip to Budapest, finding your way around the city is easy, and a casual strollis often the best way to get your bearings. If you are visiting for the first time, make your way to Castle Hill, where the city's most popular attractions can be found. The Royal Palace, built in the 14th century, has been renovated six times, and is currently home to the National Gallery.
Take the funicular railway to the top of the hill, or enjoy a leisurely climb to make the most of the scenery. One of the most awe-inspiring views can be found at Fisherman's Bastion, built in 1905. Take the tram or metro to Buda to explore Aquincum, once a thriving Roman city. Today, it is an open-air museum packed with paintings and mosaics, and is Budapest's largest Roman ruin.