On the southern side of St Stephen’s Square, the Arsenal was built in 1611 to replace a building destroyed by the Ottomans. Mentioned in...
Built in 1612, this theatre is reportedly the first theatre in Europe open to plebeians and aristocrats alike. It remained a regional...
St Stephen’s Square
The centre of town is this rectangular square, which was formed by filling in an inlet that once stretched out from the bay. At 4500 sq...
An unpretentious little wine bar in an alley behind the main square. Sink into the couch by the bar and feel as if you're in a local's...
In a narrow alley packed with restaurants, this slow-food hideaway stands out for its creative fare conjured up by a local celebrity...
Benedictine Monastery information
Northwest of St Stephen’s Square, this monastery has a re-creation of a Renaissance house and a collection of lace painstakingly woven by the nuns from dried agave leaves.