Capuchin Church of St Cecilia
Temple of Hercules
Between the Capuchin Church of St Cecilia and City Park is the reconstructed Roman Temple of Hercules dating from the 2nd century AD.
The Water Tower, built between 1451 and 1473, is part of the city wall and ramparts. Many of the blocks used are of Roman origin.
This ever-so-cool cafe attracts the intelligentsia of Celje – at least that’s what the retro decor and lots and lots of attitude suggests.
This popular restaurant overlooking a pretty square is always packed, offering pasta, pizza and plenty of local dishes. Soon to expand...
Lonely Planet review
On the south bank of the Savinja River a covered stairway with 90 steps at Breg 2 leads to the Capuchin Church of St Cecilia. The Germans used the nearby monastery (now apartments) as a prison during WWII.