No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Samoborski Slapovi
Travel Blogs from Samobor
... was somewhat primitive but very interesting. It didn't take long to see the art work. We were done in about 15 minutes. Afterwards we walked back to the funicular area. We explored the Strossmartre area. There wasn't much there in the afternoon, but I'm sure it comes alive at night. We walked down to the Lower City. We stopped at the "famous" ice cream place and I tried the cheesecake flavor. Yum! We returned to the room to collect our laundry and head down the ...
... what Zagreb had to offer. The city that is such an unknown entity to me. So far it looks good and I guess first impressions count, right?! Bike tour tomorrow. Nothing culinary but I am sure I won't starve or have to resort to horrible fast food. It says it is a combo tour so have to remind myself what I am letting myself into. Oops. Tip: Get Croatian Kuna out as The country is not in the Euro zone yet! And dial into Grad Zagreb. Free wifi and no restriction. And it is pretty damn ...
... Jesus Christ'... and shakes her head at us . Do not worry I will go do the wash and bring it back. We say thank you too many times and say we are off to Mumbai in two days and it may be hard to find a place there to wash clothes - Mumbai - Jesus Christ!!! A small walk at night revealed lots of advent activity - music, markets etc. A fun atmosphere is in the air on a Saturday night in ...
... stone block by block, reinstating it to its former glory. From the cathedral we went to the Dolac markets, the largest farmers markets in Zagreb, where we bought Anna's favourite grapes of all time, which she reckons tasted just like Jellybeans. After the markets, we climbed the stairs to the oldest part of the city, which is really pretty and romantic. Our first impression certainly wasn't hurt by the very excited brother of the groom, who seeing us walk past ...
Although those who say that sleeping on a train is like being rocked softly to bed by the clickety-clack of the tracks are delirious! More like constant plane turbulence with a blue night light above the bed that doesn’t turn off. It seemed that just as we-d drift off to sleep, the train would stop at another station with all the creaks and moans and whistles you’d expect. "Ok ok I’m awake!" Shuffling down ...
Other places to stay in Samobor
500 Diemer Drive, Mount Laurel | 2 star hotelfrom $89
Ulica Ferde Livadica 5, Samobor | Hotelfrom $295
Bana Josipa Jelacica, Samobor | Hotelfrom $380
Franje Tudmana 5, Samobor | Hotelfrom $590