Best way to get up to the old town after a long walk down the upper town. The ride is short and saves quite a bit of walking. The funicular railway is well maintained.
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... unless you are injured or disabled, it is quicker to walk up the staircase. Still a nice feature between lower and upper town.
This was interesting and we got there by taking a walking tour. It's been around forever and it's possible it's the shortest funicular in the world. There are many ways to get there, walking, climbing stairs or taking it up from the bottom. It takes...More
Rode the funicular to get a feel of urban Zagreb transportation over a hundred years ago. Imagined all the people it transported through the years from the lower and upper towns. Yes, it is a super short ride - but worth doing if you are...More
The shortest funicular in the world (apparently), it takes 1 minute to complete the track. Using stairs it´s not more than 5 (going very slowly). Not sure why it was built, I was amazed observing people paying the ticket and taking pictures inside it. No...More
Taking the funicular to the old section of the city was certainly easier than the many stairs. We enjoyed the view of the newer part of Zagreb.
This claims to be the shortest funicular (and possibly rail based transport) in the world. I have been on a few funiculars and this one is very short. I liked that if you were in a hurry you could pay about 5 times the usual...More
This is the shortest Funicular in the world so you don't need to spend the 4 Kunas to ride it if you prefer to walk. The view at the top is photo worthy so do visit if you have the time while visiting Zagreb.
OK, i'm exaggerating a bit. For a few bucks it's worth riding it up. How many people can say they've ridden the shortest funicular in all of Europe? Also, it puts you right up on the Strossmayer Promenade which is a nice perfect for the...More