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In winter two buses a day from Celje and a couple from Slovenske Konjice stop at Zre?e and then carry on to Rogla.
Local buses make the runs from Zre?e bus station to Rogla.
In winter there are special ski buses from Zre?e (five in each direction), as well as Celje and Slo?enske Konjice.
Terme Zre?e ( 757 61 56; www.terme- zrece.
si; Cesta na Roglo 15; swimming pools adult/child 3hr Mon-Fri €8/6, Sat & Sun €8/9, all day Mon-Fri €10/7.
50, Sat & Sun €12/9; swimming pools 9am-9pm) runs buses hourly from 6am to 8.
30pm or 9pm up to Rogla for its guests in winter, with up to four in each direction departing daily during the rest of the year.
Celje 03 / POP 36,725 / ELEV 241M With its time-warp historical centre, fabulous architecture, excellent museums and enormous castle looming over the picturesque Savinja River, Celje might appear to have won the tourism sweepstakes.
But for some reason it gets perennially overlooked in favour of Maribor and Ptuj ¨C so making it here can feel like a bit of a discovery.
Celje?ˉs compact Old Town is bordered by Levstikova ulica and Gregor?i?eva ulica to the north and northwest, the area around the Lower Castle to the west, the train tracks to the east and the Savinja River to the south.
The town has two main squares: Glavni trg, at the southern end of pedestrian Stanetova ulica, and Krekov trg, opposite the train station.
The main bus station is 300m north of the train station, opposite the huge Celeia shopping mall on A?ki?eva ulica.
Local buses stop south of the train station on Ulica XIV Divizije.
History Celeia was the administrative centre of the Roman province of Noricum between the 1st and 5th centuries.
In fact, it flourished to such a degree that it gained the nickname ??Troia secunda?ˉ, the ??second Troy?ˉ.
Celje?ˉs second Camelot came in the mid-14th century when the Counts of Celje took control of the area.
The counts (later dukes), one of the richest and most powerful feudal dynasties in Central Europe, were the last on Slovenian soil to challenge the absolute rule of the Habsburgs, and they united much of Slovenia for a time.
Part of the counts?ˉ emblem ¨C three gold stars forming an inverted triangle ¨C has been incorporated into the Slovenian national flag and seal.
Celje was more German than Slovenian until the end of WWI, when the town government passed into local hands for the first time.
Celje Sights 1Abbey Church of St Daniel C4 2Capuchin Church of St Cecilia C5 3Celje Hall D3 4Celje Museum of Recent History C3 Celje Regional Museum (see 15) 5Centre for Contemporary Arts B3 6Chapel of St Elizabeth C4 Children's Art Gallery (see 3) 7Church of St Maximilian D1 8City Park B4 9Defence Tower D3 10Josip Pelikan Photo Studio D4 11Lower Castle B3 12Medieval Tower B2 13Medieval Walls C4 14National Hall B3 15Old County Hall B4 16Plague Pillar C4 Ra?ka Gallery of Erotic Art (see 5) 17Temple of Hercules B5 Town Almshouse (see 6) 18Water Tower D4 Sleeping 19Hotel Evropa D3 20Hotel ?torman Celje D1 21MCC Hostel D2 Eating Country Pub (see 20) 22Gostilna Je? C2 23Lastoria C4 24Market B3 25Mercator C2 26Mercator D3 Restavracija Evropa (see 19) Drinking 27Branibor Pub C2 Kavarna Evropa (see 19) 28Maverick Pub A2 29Oscar Caffe C3 Entertainment 30Slovenian People's Theatre B2 Sights Celje Old Castle CASTLE (Stari Grad Celje; 031 348 296; Cesta na Grad 78; admission €2; 9am- 5pm Mon-Thu, 9am-7pm Fri, 11am-7pm Sat & Sun Jun-Aug, shorter hrs rest of year) The largest fortress in Slovenia, this castle is perched on a 407m-high escarpment about 2km southeast of the Old Town; the walk up via a footpath from Cesta na Grad takes about half an hour.
The castle was originally built in the early 13th century and went through several transformations, especially under the Counts of Celje in the 14th and 15th centuries.
When the castle lost its strategic importance in the 15th century it was left to deteriorate, and subsequent owners used the stone blocks to build other structures, including parts of the Lower Castle and the Old County Hall.
A surprisingly large portion remains intact, however, and has been restored, including the 35m-high Frederick Tower (Friderikov Stolp).
Celje Regional Museum MUSEUM Offline map Google map (Pokrajinski Muzej Celje; 428 09 50; www.pokmuz-ce; adult/child/student €3/1/2; 10am-6pm Tue-Sun Mar-Oct, 10am-6pm Tue-Fri, 10am-noon Sat Nov-Feb) In the 16th-century County Hall Offline map Google map (Stara Grofija; Muzejski trg 1) , this museum is devoted to Celeia and the Counts of Celje, even exhibiting 18 of the nobles?ˉ skulls in glass cases.
The museum has a dozen rooms, many of them done up in styles from different periods (eg baroque, neoclassical, Biedemeier, Secessionist), but its main attraction is the quite astonishing Celje Ceiling (Celjski Strop), an enormous trompe l?ˉoeil painting in the main hall, of columns, towers, angels frolicking skyward, noblemen and ladies looking down at you looking up.
Completed in about 1600 by a Polish artist, the mural was meant to lift the ceiling up to the sky, and it does just that.
Other panels represent the four seasons and show scenes from Roman and Greek mythology.
The impressive Kne?ji dvorec annexe in the 14th-century Lower Castle on Trg Celjskih Knezov offers an archaeological history of Celje in one building: its cellars house a complete 3rd-century Roman road brilliantly displayed with excavated statuary and frescoes and parts of the old city walls.
On top of these are traces of the medieval buildings up to parts of air-raid shelters built to withstand the bombs of WWII.
Krekov Trg SQUARE Opposite the train station is the mammoth neo-Gothic Celje Hall Offline map Google map (Celjski Dom; Krekov trg 3) , built in 1907 and once the centre of social life for German-speaking Celjani.
It now contains the year-round TIC ( Click here ) and, in the lower ground floor, the Children?ˉs Art Gallery Offline map Google map (Galerija Likovnih Del Mladih; 041 615 273; admission free; 10am-6pm Tue-Sat) , devoted to art produced by those under the age of 20 and the only such museum in all of Slo?enia.
To the south and connected to the Hotel Evropa is the 16th-century Defence Tower Offline map Google map (Obrambni Stolp), and about 150m further on, the Water Tower Offline map Google map (Vodni Stolp; Razlagova ulica 19) , part of the city wall and ramparts, built between 1451 and 1473.
Josip Pelikan Photo Studio MUSEUM Offline map Google map (Fotografski Atelje Josipa Pelikana; 548 58 91; www.muzej-nz-ce.
si; Razlagova ulica 5; 10am-2pm Tue-Fri, 9am-1pm Sat, 2-6pm Sun) Looking like an oversized greenhouse (to let in the light), the Josip Pelikan Photo Studio is the complete studio of an early-20th-century Celje photographer and part of the Museum of Recent History.
Slom?kov Trg & Glavni Trg SQUARE The Abbey Church of St Daniel Offline map Google map (Opatijska Cerkev Sv Danijela) , dating from the early 14th century, has some magnificent frescoes and tombstones, but its greatest treasure is a carved wooden piet¨¤ dating from 1415.
The chapel has carved stone walls and vaults with remnants of frescoes from the early 15th century and carved effigies of the Apostles.
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