Hotel Naktsmajas

Vaidavas 15, Valmiera, LV-4201, Latvia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Valmiera

Couscous and baklava in Valmiera

A travel blog entry by eyre


... trail is paved in all kinds of materials (pebbles, marbles, rocks, bark, wood chips) that are supposed to awaken some of the chakras(?) in your foot soles, but that in reality just hurt like hell. After the initial 100 meters, the annoying floorings end, and you simple walk, climb and balance your way through the forest, which was recently yarn bombed by the local school kids. Quite an interesting experience, overall, although I would recommend others not to pay the 2 ...

Day 32 - Pärnu to Cēsis

A travel blog entry by magicbus1


... on it. As well as Estonian traffic there are lorries from the other Baltic States, Russia, and much of Eastern Europe. Not enough to slow you down so the cruise control can be set at 90km/h for long periods. Apart from, as far as I could see, unsignposted and apparently random 70km/h limits at junctions, which the Satnav was inconsistent in warning about, it was a delight to drive on. (I reserve my right to withdraw the above statement if one of the many speed cameras has ...

The hills of Latvia

A travel blog entry by ludtjes


... and don't want the big city, Kuldiga might be our town of choice. It's full of nice wooden buildings, it is not yet completely renovated and there are hardly any architectural sins: no big Soviet apartment blocks, no factories in the city center, not to many empty spaces with garbage or ruins of houses. The opposite: there were nice parks, some rivers, charming streets and squares. Really very nice and looking very at ease ...


A travel blog entry by riege


I left Tartu early afternoon and my last stop in Estonia was in Sangaste to visit Sangaste Castle. The red-brick castle was completed in 1881 and you can see the influence of England's Windsor castle.

My first stop in Latvia was the town of Valmiera where I saw from the outside the St.John's Church and the ruins of Valmiera Castle. Afterwards I drove to Cesis which lies in the Gaujas National Park where I stayed overnight. Cesis is also called "Latvia's most Latvian town".


A day on the border

A travel blog entry by frawldog


My hostel owner in Tartu told me to get the train to Riga and that was the best way. He told me to get the train at 1020 and would arrive Riga by 3 PM, but the train actually left at 940. They changed the time. I had about 30 KG of luggage and walked 2 KM each way to the station and back and because of these 20 minutes, it messed up my whole day pretty badly. I took a bus to the border city of Valga. On the other side of Valga is Valka ...


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