Category: Old Towns
Old towns, usually historical citi centers in popular cities around the world.
The picturesque Bratislava Old Town is home to Bratislava Castle, a hilltop fortification designed in the baroque style that offers panoramic views of the city. Medická záhrada park is filled with sculptures, and the Blue Church is adorned with brightly colored glazed tiles. On Nedbalova street, you'll find high-end boutiques,…View more
The Vienna City Hall (Rathaus) is the seat of the local municipal government and houses the offices of the mayor and the town council, as well as other related government institutions. Amongst them is the legislature of the States of Austria, called the Landtag. Located on the Ringstrasse, Vienna City…View more
Porto Old Town with its thick flagstones and delicately-molded facades is without a doubt one of Europe's most breathtaking cityscapes, and it is attracting an ever-increasing number of culture-hungry visitors. The origins of this ancient district, which is firmly planted on the hillsides overlooking the mouth of the River Douro,…View more
Old Town Caceres is a historic walled city in Cáceres, Spain. Because of the city's mix of Roman, Moorish, Northern Gothic and Italian Renaissance architecture, Cáceres was declared a World Heritage City by UNESCO in 1986.View more
Lined with 17th-century fortifications, Old Quebec City is rich in historical monuments and museums. Upper Town is home to the 1800s Citadelle Fort, the Grand Château Frontenac Hotel and the Dufferin Terrace, a wide walkway overlooking the city.View more
The historic heart of medieval Prague is Prague Old Town (Staré Město), centered on one of the most beautiful squares in Europe – Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí). It is constantly crowded with visitors enjoying impressive display of Gothic and Baroque architecture, and some of the most iconic sights of…View more
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