Upper Town (Gornji Grad) is known as the Capital's historical district looking down over to the Lower town and housing all medieval settlements. A stroll through the Upper Town is sure to give you a piece of the majestic history that the town beholds.
Gornji Grad is the most historical part of Zagreb. Known to house several historic sites and tourist attractions, the Upper Town forms the backbone to the beautiful city of Zagreb. The area is home to the city's Cathedral, St. Mark's Church and Croatian Parliament. Off late, several cafes have opened up making it an amalgamation of history and contemporary development. A walking tour of the Upper Town will take you through the Ilica Street which was once the longest street in Zagreb. You will also see several other repositories of the old world charm i.e Funicular (shortest passenger cable railway in the world), Zagreb Cathedral and the likes. Must visit for all explorers!
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