The later it gets, the busier this place gets! There are plenty of restaurants, bars, and shops, and it's a good way to spend a night out in Zagreb if you like being in the centre of it all.
This is the flat part of town, so easier for people with young children or mobility problems. You can sit in grassy and shaded squares and watch fountains and see the world go by, and of course there are several excellent museums and art galleries which you can call in to (and which are on the Zagreb Card, if you... More
Lower town is very commercial and very different from upper town. Both has different beauty ans attracts visitors in their own way. Lower Town is mostly Museums, Shopping Archades, Many hotels all around.
This area is full of interesting buildings and beautiful parks. Follow the route suggested on the tourist map. It only takes an hour or two and is definitely worth doing. There are plenty of outdoor places for eating, drinking and people watching.
We walked through the lower town as the map suggests. The area is full of beautiful buildings mostly Government buildings, Museums, the Botanical Garden, Theatre, School and hotels. Although it was pleasant to walk, I did not find any of the buildings particularly attractive to visit. One can see the most attractive hotel of the City, the Esplanade Hotel close... More
this area is a nice walk around this end of town- completely different than the upper town. There wasn't as much to see, but there were more museums. I did the tourist walk suggested on the map that I think every tourist had, and it lasted about an hour or so.
not really sure about the demarcation lines between the two areas.spent an hour walking around the shopping and side strrets till found restauarant opposite cathedral,which i believe is in the upper town.different but unremarkable,worth the touristy walk round ,once!
This is my fourth trip to Zagreb. I love this city. The Dolac market is great for fresh fruit and veg and for purchasing authentic Croatian souvenirs. In summer it is splendid and in deep winter you might be fortunate enough to walk through after heavy snowfall.
If you own or manage Lower Town, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing