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The charming Old Town Hall was created in the 15th century by combining a number of residential houses. At the turn of the 16th and 17th centuries, it was rebuilt in the Renaissance style. In the 18th century, its much older corner tower was remodeled...More
The old town hall is a bit of a landmark building, now used as the City Museum. It's a mix of Gothic and Renaissance exterior, and a Renaissance and Italian style courtyard. The part facing the main square has some colourful tiles on the lower...More
Great town, with lots of fantastic architecture, shops, bars and cafes, it truly is like stepping back in time with its charm and casual atmosphere, a perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon and early evening.
The best aspect for me was the view from the tower over the main square. The exhibits and explanations in English, plus the audio guide, were adequate, presenting a mishmash of local history. Yet, there was little continuity between sections and the contemporary period was...More