Visegrád, this small historical town, is situated on the bank of Danube. This area is famous as Danube Bend, a very popular part of Hungary with very charmful environment, is. Danube, flowing from Austria, has a rectangular bend here. This region has also such natural beauties like the forests of Pilis Mountains. However, not only the landscape but the towns (Esztergom, Szentendre) and villages along the Danube also offer rare historical and artistic value. The history of Visegrád begins from the first century, here were the boundaries of the Roman Empire. The most significant period of the settlement began when the royal court moved to Visegrad during the reign of King Charles Robert, in 1323. Thus Visegrád became the capital of medieval Hungary and the Royal Palace of the city was built in Gothic style. During the reign of King Matthias, the most popular king of Hungary, between 1476 and 1490 the Royal Palace was enriched following the taste of the Italian Renaissance The remains of the late Gothic palace with Renaissance elements can be seen today reminding us of the historical significance of this peaceful little town. Visegrád is always open to welcome guests, younger and older generation too, ensuring intimate atmosphere for a pleasant rest or a conference like ours.