Gornji Grad–Medveščak is one of the districts of Zagreb, Croatia; Gornji Grad translates as "Upper Town", referring to its historical location on city's hillside, being above Donji Grad. The district is located in the central part of the city and, according to the 2011 census, it has 30,962 inhabitants spread over 10.19 km².
Gornji Grad–Medveščak is a district with a high number of historic sites and tourist attractions. Gradec and Kaptol, the two distinct cores of medieval Zagreb, are forming today's Upper Town, and both are parts of this district. The city's Cathedral, the St. Mark's Church and the Croatian Parliament are located in Gornji Grad, as is the popular pedestrian café street Tkalčićeva. There are also other noteworthy objects located outside the oldest historical towns, such as city's monumental cemetery Mirogoj that was built since 1876, located further north.
It is bordered by four other districts: Donji Grad to the south, Črnomerec to the west, Maksimir to the east and Podsljeme to the north.