A4 (Croatia)


A4 (Croatia)

Infobox European road
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name=Varaždinska autocesta
eroad=
length_km=97
starting_terminus=Zagreb, A3 motorway
junction=B28 near Sveta Helena
ending_terminus=Hungarian border, M7 motorway
countries=Croatia
regions=Zagreb, Zagreb County, Varaždin County, Međimurje County
cities=Zagreb, Varaždin, Čakovec
The A4 highway ( _hr. Autocesta A4) is a highway in northern Croatia northeast from Zagreb towards the border with Hungary. It is most commonly called "Autocesta Zagreb-Goričan", although it is not its official designation. The highway is a toll road, except for a part of the Zagreb bypass at the southern end.

Exit list

External links

* [http://www.motorways-exitlists.com/europe/hr/a4.htm Exit list of A4]
* [http://www.hac.hr HAC]


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