Samobor is a town in Zagreb county, which is located at the foot of the mountainparadise on the eastern slopes of the Samobor mountains. It has its inner urbancenters and even from 77 picturesque villages and villages in its surroundings. It has long been known Samobor just for its holiday resorts, urban events, cuisine andculture. The immediate vicinity of Zagreb and the neighboring Republic of Slovenia,Samobor has always been accessible to foreign and domestic tourists, among which are traditionally the most numerous citizens of Zagreb.
The proximity to Zagreb gives it a special charm countryside, as in his poemdescribing one of the most famous poet who lived in Samobor, A: G: Matos.
Hotel "Livadic" is located on the main square will, who won the traditional charm andthat is the scene of life of Samobor.
Hotel "Livadic" is located on the main central market, who won the traditional charm and that is the scene of life of Samobor.
The building which houses the hotel "Livadic" is the angular two-storey built in 1800 and is a protected cultural monument of the first category, and is also the birthplace of the architect Francis Gabric (1877-1941.).
Hotel "Livadic" is named after the famous Croatian composer Ferde Livadić. After the cafe, which is also named in his honor and which opened in 1989, the hotel opened its doors in 1994.
Originally, the hotel had 12 rooms to the expansion and constant investment has expanded to today's 21 rooms.
Cafe "Livadic", popular cafe within which there is a pastry shop with its unique summer terrace is the venue for numerous cultural and social events of Samobor.
The long tradition of coffee houses, which celebrates 20 years since its establishment, giving it a status and recognition inevitable place when you first arrived in Samobor.