Budapest's history is and full of conflicts and disputes. It has suffered every type of invasion and has been a victim of bombings during WWII. These conflicts have left their mark on their city and today you can still see some of the scars from the damage caused in the past.
Even so, the Hungarians have been rebuilding their city little by little. Today it shines bright. The hill castle, the medieval city in the Buda zone, are especially beautiful. Fisherman's Bastion is one of those places that takes your breath away when you see it in person. It has seven towers that house different museums, where you can look at works of art, among them, Pablo Picasso's. Its strange name comes from a group of people charged with the defense of the city during the Middle Ages.