Levoča is an ancient town in eastern Slovakia, famous for its well-preserved historical center. The center is a labyrinth of narrow streets and alleyways, lined with Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. Highlights include the Gothic Church of St. James, the ornate Renaissance Town Hall, and the Baroque Church of the Holy Trinity. There are also several museums, including the Museum of Spiš, which displays artifacts from the region's rich history. Levoča is a popular tourist destination, and the town's restaurants and pubs are a great place to sample traditional Slovak cuisine.