IntroductionThe city has a castle perched on a hilltop, with a lovely view of the meandering Danube. From May to mid-September, riverboats call at Visegrad several times a day (it's set on the east bank of the Danube). Or you can see it in several hours as a stopover while visiting Esztergom from Budapest. Either way, stop to see Solomon's Tower and the restored 15th-century palace of King Matthias. Visegrad is 25 mi/40 km north of Budapest.
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