The Historical Old Town of Budapest

The Buda Castle District, complete with baroque 17th and 18th century houses, churches, and buildings has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.  There is an extensive cave system under the district which was used during WW II as a hospital. This area offers filmmakers a vast selection of historical, European exteriors; alleyways, arches, old houses and quaint, little parks. The famous Fisherman’s Bastion, a neo-gothic terrace with a panoramic view overlooking the city, is also located in this District. It is also home to the newly renovated Coronation Church, which has continuously been developed since the 13th century and currently has turn-of-the-century wall paintings, as well as a spire more that 70 meters tall.

The buildings in the district have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987
According to ancient writings, the Matthias Church was established in the year 1015
The houses of the Buda Castle District are mainly 17th and 18th century buildings
The famous Fisherman’s Bastion, a neo-gothic viewing terrace, is also located in the district
The cobblestone alleyways give a unique atmosphere to the old town of Budapest, the Buda Castle District
Buda Castle District

The area is highly favoured by filmmakers, for instance the castle courtyard was used for Woody Allen’s film Love and Death. Progressive Productions also used this location for a brand photoshoot for Fedex and a catalog photoshoot for the French sports brand Kalenji.

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