The neo-Romanesque Fisherman's Bastion, behind Matthias Church and the Hilton Hotel, has a spectacular panorama of the river and Pest beyond it. Built at the turn of the 20th century, it was included as part of the refurbishing of the church area. Local legend states that this stretch of medieval parapets was a protected area by the fishermen's guild, but the area was once a fish market area, so either could be true. The local city council imposed a fee of 420 Ft to pass through the turnstile allowing you to climb to the top lookout points. If you happen to be in the area after 6pm or 9pm in summer, it is no longer manned and you can go up for free. An overpriced cafe is open in the warm months, but don't let the tables intimidate you from going to the railing and looking at the view over the Danube to Pest, you can see (from left to right): Margaret Island and the Margaret Bridge, Parliament, St. Stephen's Basilica, the Chain Bridge with the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Gresham Palace behind it, the Vigadó Concert Hall, the Inner City Parish Church, the Erzsébet Bridge, and the Szabadság Bridge. To get here, take the no. 16A bus from Moszkva tér or bus no. 16 from Deák tér, or the funicular from Clark Ádám tér to Castle Hill.