Gornji Grad (Serbian Cyrillic: Горњи Град) is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Zemun.
Gornji Grad is located in the northern part of Zemun, spreading along the right bank of the Danube. It is roughly bounded by the Ugrinovačka and Banatska streets, while other important streets include Cara Dušana and Pregrevica. Being elongated and one of the largest neighborhoods of Zemun, Gornji Grad is bordered by many other neighborhoods: Gardoš on the east, Ćukovac and Muhar on the southeast, Sava Kovačević on the south, Sutjeska and Zemun Bačka on the southwest, while in the west it extends in the direction of Nova Galenika and Goveđi Brod.
The name of the neighborhood is descriptive, meaning the "upper town", above the Gardoš hill, as opposed to the neighborhood of Donji Grad, the "lower town", below the hill. According to the 2002 Census, it had a population of 15,819. Some important facilities in the neighborhood include:
- "INSA", the clockmaking factory, and "Teleoptik", the precision mechanics factory
- large number of schools, including Higher medical school, Higher internal affairs school, Transportation school, Institute for physics and half a dozen of elementary and secondary schools, plus the Riding school and the Home for the blind and low visioned
Coordinates: 44°51′07″N 20°23′19″E / 44.85194°N 20.38861°E