A very nice place full of medieval old buildings, historically divided into the civil and the church towns. Plenty of shops and charming walks and squares, as well as great views from the low section of the (new) city.
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It's a good place to start sightseeing, as one can visit good many attractions like the Cathedral & St. Mark's Church plus endless alleyways for hidden cafes & restaurants all along the Upper Town, with high end shops on the Main Street...
Wandered around and just watched people and buildings. watched changing of the guard in numerous places, watched two weddings, loved the singing and also the buskers.
The various attractions of Upper Town, Zagreb make it worth the uphill climb from the busier and more touristy lower sections. Depending on the route you take up, there are several watering holes and worthy sights to break up the moderate climb. You can avoid...More
We visited the area with two young children in their strollers. Most of Zagreb's attractions on our to-do list could be found here within a relatively easy stroll. A little uphill here and there, but St Mark's church, Museum of Broken Relationships, Stone Gate, Funicular...More
Upper town in Zagreb, very easy to get to up the funicular railway from the main shopping street in town. St Marks Church the highlight along with the square housing the Sorbor or parliament. Walk through the Stone Gate to the markets and shops below...More
We visited the upper time several times during our 2 weeks in Zagreb. Each time we discovered more of interest. We liked the view over the lower part of Zagreb.
Upper town (Gornyi Grad) is beautiful and cozy. It's compact so you can walk it through for just several hours. But it's deffinetily worth more time. There are tunnels in this part of the city, which are good not only for quick walking through, but...More