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Zagreb 10000, Croatia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You really need to include this on any trip to Zagreb and allow at least a couple of hours strolling. I’d recommend staying nearby if you can. Check out the Stone Gate, St Marks Church, Museum of aBroken Relationships, all the buildings, the view back...More

Thank Jonesy2428
Reviewed 5 days ago

Very good for a walk to deepen in Zagreb´s history. Beautiful interesting buildings and atmosphere to take you back in time.

Thank Zornitsa A
Reviewed 6 days ago

There is Upper town and Lower town in Zagreb both are worth a good walk around. Loads of history and beauty

Thank Karen H
Reviewed 6 days ago

This a great part of Zagreb to experience what the city was like in the past. There are numerous churches and other historical building. There was numerous stairs to walk up so I suggest you take the funicular.

Thank inthegarden
Reviewed 6 days ago

A great place to visit. Plenty of interesting buildings and view. One street has bars where you can sit and watch the world go by and another with loads of restaurants.

Thank pamconiam
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

For me it is the nicest place in Zagreb. You get it if you take a narrow pedestrian street near the main square and after a few stairs you will find a beautiful place where you will enjoy the most beautiful views of Zagreb. You...More

Thank F19e75r
Reviewed 1 week ago

Certainly good for an afternoon of wandering around. Recommend you take one of the (free) tours first, so that you can revisit things that you want to see in more detail.

Thank CeeCeeVee
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Take the funicular up and enjoy the view. Fee involved but not expensive if you don't want to pay there are stairs on the side. Breathtaking view of the city. Rich in history.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There is a lot of history in this part of Zagreb. Worth spending a few hours "discovering" the area.Be sure to be at the Canon- Lotrscak Tower for the 12.00pm firing. It is a very popular and famous attraction.

Thank Alan G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Upper Town is the site of St. Mark's Square and the seat of the Croatian government. It offers the finest views of the Lower Town. The Lotrščak Tower is worth climbing for a view of the Upper Town. There are numerous locations in the...More

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Response from SWN | Reviewed this property |
There are happy hours, yes --- but it's hit or miss from one establishment to another. What we found with those places that had happy hour, several discounted appetizer-type items, and not drinks (partly, as previously... More