Perched right on the Dreta River, Gornji Grad has an extremely rich history, making it a massive tourist attraction for visitors all over the world. The settlement is the largest of the Municipality of Gornji Grad in Slovenia, as well as being the area’s administrative centre.
Gornji Grad boasts beautiful old buildings, many of which are still painted in their original white colours, topped with red roofs. Visitors can roam freely around the markets, take in the shops and marvel at the wonderful architecture of the buildings.
Not only is Gornji Grad set on a picturesque river, it is also surrounded by lush greenery. The nearby countryside is perfect for hikers and woodland walks, to take in the incredible sights and sounds of nature.
Gornji Grad is also home to two churches from the 1800s, which prove popular with tourists. There’s plenty of places to eat, too, so you don’t need to worry about going hungry.