Hotel Cirulisi

22 Kovarnu Iela 29, Cesis, 4101, Latvia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cesis

Day 32 - Pärnu to Cēsis

A travel blog entry by magicbus1


... of such type in the Baltic region. The ferry consists of two joined boats, covered by a deck of boards. The cable across the river does not let the stream carry the ferry boat down the river, while the power of the stream propels it from one cost to the other'.) Frankly, it reminded me of some of the rafts David Attenborough used to take his Landrover on in Zoo Quest on 1950s telly, and equally terrifying. Alison missed much of this as she was frantically trying to find our stash ...

Into the Latvian Countryside

A travel blog entry by carpefeline


... Brothers or Brotherhood who were the knights of the Bishop but he lived in the castle at Taurida which you could see across the valley. The knights and the bishop did have a few problems with each other, wanting each other's land and fighting each other on occasion. The castle at Taurida was quite rich with farms and lakes and the river went by for catching fish and there was hunting in the forest so often it was attacked.
In Sigulda lived ...

The hills of Latvia

A travel blog entry by ludtjes


... see. Most impressive where the cliffs: we saw them in various colors (from white to dark red) and with the sun, the clouds and the reflections of the water they offered beautiful views.
After Riga there were some hills around the Abava river and further in the direction of Liepaja. Not so much pristine nature, therefore lots of small villages and cities.. Outstanding there was Kuldiga. If we ever want to go to live ...


A travel blog entry by riege


... built nearly 800 years ago. A lot of what you see today is reconstruction and there are still excavations going on. Donjon Tower (or in English Don John) was built in the 13th century. On the other side of the valley and closer to the town's centre lie Sigulda Castles, some medieval ruins and the New Sigulda Castle.


Uh, we’re not in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by lyndshane


... and took a look around we realized our country abode was actually just what we were looking for. Surrounded by pastures and rolling green hills, we wanted rural and we got it.

We spent our first full day in Cesis doing what we do best – roaming and exploring. The town was easy to navigate and not very big (pop. 16,900), making walking its streets and parks easy. It seemed everywhere we turned there was another interesting building, setting or ...


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