One of the main tourist attractions of the Croatian capital of Zagreb is its old historical part called the Upper town with many historic buildings. There is the Zagreb Cathedral, which was built in the 11th century in the Gothic style and was completely renovated after the earthquake in the early 19th century.
Among the many attractions, there is also the church of Sv. Mark as one of the oldest buildings with a distinctive roof with historical Croatian coat of arms, coat of arms of Slavonia and Dalmatia and the coat of arms of the city. There are also many villas built during the previous century, the Ban's Palace, Parliament House and other historic buildings. For transfers to Upper Town use ur service at best rates.
The Upper town is located north of the main city square - Ban Jelacic Square and is full of historic sites. Tourists love to walk up the famous Strossmayer stairs where were the old city walls and to visit the chapel of Our Lady of the Stone Gate, Lotrscak Tower and other attractions. Nice squares and cobble-stoned streets with medieval architecture provide a special atmosphere to this part of the city.