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Samobor is 25 km west of Zagreb, Croatia. The town had a population of 37,633, as of the 2011 census.


Samobor main square

Samobor is a picturesque medieval town with well preserved old lore and long tourist tradition. The prevailing architecture is that of the Baroque period. The town is also reputed to be the place where the best "kremšnite" - one of Croatia's best known cakes - are made.

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By car[edit]

Samobor is a short 20 minute drive from the Zagreb city center. Take the A3 towards the Slovenian border.

By bus[edit]

Samobor is accessible by bus from Zagreb. Buses leave approximately every 15 minutes from Črnomerec terminal and every 30 minutes from Autobusni kolodvor (main bus station) and Ljubljanica terminal.

By train[edit]

A train link is planned to be reconnected to Samobor by 2026. The last passenger train arrived in Samobor on December 31, 1979.

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