Hotel Tigra

Address: Veidenbauma 2 , Cesis, LV-4126, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Veidenbauma 2 , Cesis.
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Travel Blogs from Cesis

Of Lanterns and Lake Fortresses

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 03, 2014

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... rather than wait around. I was in luck, as there was a bus scheduled for 9:15, so I only had a 15 minute wait. Half an hour later, the bus arrived. Forty minutes later, I was in Cesis.

Cesis is a smallish town in the eastern part of Gauja National Park. It has been inhabited since the stone age, and archaeological excavations on the old hillfort in the town have revealed a 5m deep occupation layer. When the German crusaders arrived in the 12th century, ...

Foto-Moto Orienteering

A travel blog entry by eyre on Aug 08, 2014

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... magic with triangles, degrees and something called a transportieris. Apparently, Latvian kids don't bring a geodriehoek to their maths classes, but some contraption that - as far as I can tell - does you no good when actually drawing straight-lined and 90-degree-angled geometric shapes, but will only tell you how many degrees your angle is. Apparently, this thing comes in handy when you're orienteering, and every Latvian has one in their backpack. You ...

Day 32 - Pärnu to Cēsis

A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 20, 2013

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... 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 on Sep 05, 2012

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... 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 jonathanfoster on Jul 10, 2010

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... enough to find their fate there. It was cheap and I was paying.

This was in the new part of town and I headed in towards the old center of the quaint town that is said to be "quintesentially Latvian". There are ruins of Cesis Castle which I find to be the most interesting castle ruins I've seen so far. Intact enough to reveal what once stood and partially demolished to a ...