Maribor Castle: Constructed in the 15th century, Maribor Castle is located in the heart of the city and is a significant manifestation of Renaissance architecture, with some elements of Gothic style. Today, it houses the Maribor Regional Museum, preserving the city’s historical artifacts and narratives.

Maribor Cathedral (St. John the Baptist’s Church): This cathedral, originally a Romanesque church from the 12th century, was rebuilt in the Gothic style in the 14th and 15th centuries. As one of the oldest and most important religious structures in the city, it stands testament to the city’s medieval past.

City Walls and Towers: Portions of the medieval city walls remain intact, including the Water Tower and the Judgement Tower. These fortifications were constructed during the Middle Ages for protection and continue to form a significant part of Maribor’s historical identity.

The Plague Column: Situated in the city’s main square, this Baroque monument was erected in 1743 to commemorate the end of a plague that struck Maribor in 1680. Although it’s not strictly from the medieval period, it stands as a tradition reflecting the city’s long history.

Old Vine House: While the vine itself isn’t medieval, the house where it grows is part of the city’s old core, dating back to the Middle Ages. The vine, known as the Old Vine, is recognized as the oldest producing vine in the world and symbolizes Maribor’s longstanding tradition of winemaking.

Medieval Festivals: Maribor keeps its medieval heritage alive by regularly hosting medieval-themed festivals and events, such as the Maribor Theatre Festival, where performances of medieval plays are a notable feature.