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Upper Town (Gornji Grad)

Zagreb 10000, Croatia
+385 95 654 6544
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  • Excellent57%
  • Very good36%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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“upper town” (347 reviews)
“old town” (134 reviews)
“narrow streets” (24 reviews)
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Zagreb 10000, Croatia
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+385 95 654 6544
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The main buildings are in the upper town where the cathedral is situated. We especially enjoying the markets and the mestrovic atelier. Amazing sculptures on display by this world famous sculptor.

Thank Toowoomba65plus
Reviewed 4 days ago

It is fun to ride the funicular from the main part of town to the historic upper town. St. Steven church with the twin spires is beautiful inside and out. The church at the top of the hill above the funicular is colorful with the...More

Thank Laurence M
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

You can go to upper town by short funicoler and spend your time here. Stone gate and broken relationship museum and St, mark church(it is close to visit inside of church) and some other museum and gallery are in upper town. You can walk in...More

Thank AminRefahi
Reviewed 1 week ago

Plan on spending a good part of the day in the Upper Town. For an extra bit of fun...take the world's shortest funicular up to the top of the "hill."

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 1 week ago

There's upper town and lower town. Both are splendid. Each is quite different from the other. Zagreb's not a huge place. It's slightly larger than Portland, OR. You'll doubtless go to both--to both the upper and lower towns, that is. You might go to Portland,...More

Thank Michael K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Everywhere you look were amazing buildings, clean streets, beautiful churches (although many were closed to visitors). What a fun place to walk--so many streets closed to cars, so it was really peaceful. Check out the street lamps that still run on gas! Take the funicular...More

Thank ellenmac
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

In my opinion this is the most beautiful part of the town, as the houses are older and the atmosphere felt more relaxed than on the lower town (maybe because of the big amounts of tourists down there). It is worth to stroll around in...More

Thank RoopeFIN
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just beautiful,a labyrinth of narrow streets with wonderful buildings and a view across the city which is worth the climb or take the funicular for ease. The church of St.Mark, Parliament and the midday cannon are amongst the things which make this a special place;...More

Thank cherryplumUk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We visited on a day that turned out to be a National holiday and found many things closed, but enjoyed strolling the city.

Thank vluvski
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Either walk up the hill and wind your way around or take a short vehicular trip up the hillside to arrive in the upper town. Steeped in history and beautiful architecture this a great place to stroll around.

Thank Robert O
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mloujohns
8 October 2015|
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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
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