Put on your comfiest footwear this is going to take hours and hours for you to do at a slow and leisurely pace. And yeah, take your time. Historically, this thousand year old neighborhood place is the heart of Zagreb and so walking along will take you past a good number of sights. There’s the Ban Jelagic Square wish is traditionally the starting point for any tourist visiting the city; the Stone Gate is now a shrine with supposed magical powers; the historical Tomiceva Street is today a vey pretty hangout and still spot. Halfway between the Ban Jelagic Square and the central railway station is the Zrinjevac square another pretty spot with a number of significant buildings around it. Rounding off these fellows is the 13th century Lotrscak Tower that fires every day at noon to mark the time. For a fee, you can actually climb up the thing. So what with the shopping, and eating, and just plain gambolling, Gornji Grad is your Zagreb kickstarter.
Gornji Grad Travel Tips
- A.k.a Upper town.
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80.35% of people who visit Zagreb include Gornji Grad in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
54.18% of people start their Gornji Grad visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 6 Hrs to see Gornji Grad
74.93% of people prefer walking in order to reach Gornji Grad