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Upper Town (Gornji Grad)

Zagreb 10000, Croatia
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Zagreb 10000, Croatia
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Reviewed yesterday

i actually prefer upper town than lower town. It has more sightseeing of the churches, good scenery, market, the square and some shopping and resturant. More easier to locate and walk around if not can take the tram.

Thank PEili K
Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful old buildings and history where the town folk would be inside the old walls before nightfall.

Thank Philis V
Reviewed 3 days ago

Our bus took us up the the Upper Town and I was glad we did not have to climb the ascent. The walk down was leisurely but you had to watch for cars in the narrow road. Our guide took us to a view of...More

Thank Dee_in_DE
Reviewed 3 days ago

You will definitely want to walk up the hill (or take the short funicular) to the upper town. It is charming and if you are there on a holiday, you will see the changing of the guard. Treat yourself to the local dish Strukli at...More

Thank Cynhoff
Reviewed 3 days ago

We toured the upper town (drove there in a bus but you can also take a tram from the lower town) and walked down. The view of Zagreb is great, the church roof is not to be missed, and the market is huge!

Thank satorigal
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is one of the most friendly places Ive been to, architecture scale agrees with its users, is eclectic in style and vistas, and theres no shortage of colourfull but tastefull pedestrian (be it citizen or tourist) content.

Thank juleses1990
Reviewed 5 days ago

Good place to spend a leisurely wander, church, markets, monuemnts, cobbled streets, interesting shops to poke your head into, friendly proprietors to chat with.

Thank Vicki P
Reviewed 6 days ago

Excellent views over the city from the promenade make the climb up well worth the effort. On Saturday and Sunday evenings there are students in period costume in St Marks Square who don't charge for photographs - a rarity these days!

Thank Ilmar1
Reviewed 1 week ago

Take the funicular up to beautiful old town Zagreb. It was formerly the main town and is centered by a beautiful church

Thank Lasalo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Pleasant stroll Saw some nice buildings Like the hand lite lights on the buildings Wish more of the old architecture was still around

Thank Jenna P
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mloujohns
Do they have a happy hour
7 October 2015|
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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
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BernardoCarneiro
Hello, I would like to know about excess of tourists and very high temperatures in the first week of July. Is that a very crowded and warm period, requiring lots of patience? Would you recommend Croatia with kids (5 year old boy)? Thank you very much.
5 June 2016|
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