A view of the Funicular Railway Zagreb which connects Lower and Upper Town. Every ten minutes the new ride starts, and it costs five kunas.
If you need an emergency ride, you can order it whenever you need, but then the ride will cost twenty kunas.
With only 66 meters length, Zagreb's cable car is the shortest public funicular in the world.
Since it has maintained the same look from the beginning, it is protected as a cultural monument.
When it was just starting to drive, it had various names like wire rope railway, old lady and funicular, and at that time the funicular was the real modern miracle for the citizens. Yeah, that's really a long time ago. And its age is best proved by the fact that it is only one year older than a horse tram!
The funicular is today one of the main tourist attractions and symbol of the city of Zagreb.