A nice statue to see if you're in the area. Impressive and dominating, but it is a statue and a tribute.
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Even on a cold December day this area was heaving. We took our photos and headed for one of the nearby restaurants for some gorgeous Hungarian food. We were not charged to enter this area, I would like to go back at a quieter period...More
I almost missed this statue because I went to Fisherman's Bastion at night, it's close to Matthias Church. Wish I had more time to stroll Fisherman's Bastion during the daytime.
The statue might look old but it's not, it was erected in 1906. St Stephen was the first king of Hungary. You can find the statue at the back of the St. Matthias church by the Fisherman's Bastion.
You'll find this just a stone throw away from Buda Castle, and next to the Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastion, overlooking idyllic views towards the Pest side of Budapest. Real hot spot for tourists and fab photo opportunities!
The statue of St Stephen is located at one of the hills overlooking the city and the river and in its settings the statue is quite impressive, you cannot miss it when venturing to the "fisher mans bastion".
Visited on Sunday 8th October. This statue is on Castle Hill near the Fisherman's Bastion and Matthias Church.
This is astunning statue of St stephen on a magnificent plinth guarding a beautiful building with stunning architecture,The views are amazing over the city and on a sunny day you can see for miles.Look at the tiles on the surrounding building roof's they are truly...More
Recently went o see the statue, which is very impressive, located across the river in Buda and high up I would recommend a visit to get fantastic views across the City.