Old Town Square is the central part of the city. It was designated in the 14th century but its appearance has changed over the space of time due to several fires. Nowadays, the tenement houses surrounding the square are from the XIX and the beginning of the XX century. The vast majority of buildings have in recent years been renovated thanks to which a stroll along the old town has become one of the most pleasant routes in the city.
The most outstanding element of this part of the city is the City Hall. It is assumed that it was built in the XV century in Gothic style. Its present appearance is a result of multiple renovations. A sleek Gothic-Baroque, 54-meter-high tower rises above the building. At present, the City Hall houses the Civil Registry and the Tourist Information Centre. Sessions of the City Council are also held there.