It’s a great fort. Heck, it’s better than a great fort. It’s a wonderful fort. The reason? Because it’s a "nook and cranny" kind of place. It’s large and people have been living inside the walls for some 800 years, or so I’m told. I’ve read where it’s the oldest continuously occupied medieval fort in the world. Who knows if that’s true, but it makes areally good lie if it’s not. I went inside and wandered aimlessly for hours. There are some 40 hotels inside the fort, but I read it’s politically incorrect to stay in them as the commercialism is destroying the fort and not giving anything back to repair it. There are vendors everywhere in the fort. I assume mos tof them live in the fort. Anyway, if you like to wander aimlessly in strange places, this could be your-kind-of-place.