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Zagorje Medieval Castles Photo Tour - Full Day Trip from Zagreb
"If you’ve researched Croatia then you know we’ve got a long complicated and colorful history. Modern day witnesses to this tale are the castles in Zagorje region. Each tells a piece of the puzzle and offers plenty to photograph and explore. This story is part of our day tours from Zagreb.Beginning at Novi the story unfolds with one of Croatia’s most famous rulers Ban Josip Jelačić (the statute of him on a horse adorns the main square in Zagreb). The rebuilt castle tomb and chapel together with additional buildings show us how this ruler arranged his home.Moving on to Trakošćan castle
From EUR95.00
 
Zagorje and Croatian Castles Full Day Historic Tour from Zagreb
"Explore the historic castle of Trakošćan which was built in the late 13th century named after the Thracian fortress which allegedly existed in antiquity.  In 1954 the museum was established with a permanent exhibition. On the way to the ethno village of Kumrovec founded in 1954 – the birthplace of Marshal Josip Broz Tito you will visi one of the most important cultural and historical monuments of secular architecture in continental Croatia with a unique monumental and authentic fortification structure. The fort is also famous for it's legends about Veronika of Desinić. After travelling through time and historic sites the tour ends at the famous restaurant Villa ""Ventek-Zelenjak"" opened way back in 1936. Here you will enjoy the best of Zagorje specialties and enjoy this peaceful location near the Sutla River. For lunch you will enjoy their specialty ""Zelenjak platter""
From EUR188.00
 
Trakoscan Castle and Varazdin Private Tour
"The tour starts at your accommodation and after 1 hour driving our first stop is Trakoscan castle (13th century) perched on a small hill overlooking the large park and forest area. First we will explore the indoors of the castle and learn about the families and culture from that area. After we will have a relaxing walk around the castle and have some free time for a coffee and enjoying the nature.After we finish exploring the castle we will start are tour to Varazdin and after 1 hour drive will arrive in that beautiful baroque town. whose rich his­tory goes back to the 12th century was home to the region’s wealth­i­est nobles landowners artisans and artists
From EUR119.00

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Krekov trg 4, Celje, SI-3000, Slovenia
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Zdraviliska cesta 4, Celje, 3270, Slovenia
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Ljubljanska 39, Celje, 3000, Slovenia
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Celje Castle

Like most castles in slovenia celje Castle had an old vine. There was a photographic exhibition on when we visited showing the importance of colour. A photo was taken where everything was shades of...
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Architecture

The Celje Theatre is quite an interesting building with a sculpture of the Greek masks of comedy and tragedy on its facade. The theatre was constructed in 1824. In 1950 it became the Slovene People’s...
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Sculpture

Celje had several interesting sculptures. The most famous is war and peace. One side shows war, the other side shows peace. This sculpture was created in 1956 by Jakob Savinšek. The sculpture is five...
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Churches

Celje has several lovely churches. The only one we could go inside was the Church of St Daniel which was located on Slomskov Square. There was a statue of Bishop Slomšek, outside. There has been a...
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Trains

Like most railway stations in Slovenia, Celje Station has an old steam engine on display. I think this is rather a nice idea. It provides a use for these old engines, but makes them more visible than...
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