Hotel Tigra

Veidenbauma 2 , Cesis, LV-4126, Latvia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cesis

Onto Sigulda, in the Gauga River Valley

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 04, 2014

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... br> We did spot some new steps off to the side which we figured went to the 'Real’ caves so started to climb. You get so far that you figure that the investment in time and effort will not go unrewarded so you keep going. 400 steps later we reach the top but there was nothing of interest, just a path leading somewhere else. So 400 steps back down and look for the camp site, set up and find a cheap place to eat at. We could afford to eat out ...

Ligo! Ligo!

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jun 21, 2014

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... Guardian of the Hill. Apparently, many years ago he was told in a dream that he should protect this hill.... or something. Anyhow, some parents and kids from Valentina's school were going there, and they had some space in their cars, so we could come and see what a proper traditional Līgo celebration looks like!

Dress Code: traditional Latvian skirts. The Rules: sing and dance and eat cheese until you drop, and don't fall ...

Day 32 - Pärnu to Cēsis

A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 20, 2013

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As this holiday has progressed, I have been gradually coming round to the way of thinking that all of Europe is becoming bland and characterless , slowly but surely coalescing under the EU banner. Today has made me have second thoughts. We left Pärnu, and made our way south on the main highway. A sign in Estonian and English tells you that the road was built with help from the EU. Although single carriageway, it is a well engineered road, more than adequate for the small amount ...

The hills of Latvia

A travel blog entry by ludtjes on Sep 05, 2012

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We already wrote, that Latvia is a bit hilly, as opposed to Estonia. The last week of our trip we visited some of the hilly areas and even had to climb 12% ascending roads!
Before Riga we visited the charming Kaja national park. It surrounds the Gauja river, has a good tourist infrastructure (although mainly for canoes: there are some 20 small camp sites along the river, mainly accessible from the water) and lots of ...


A travel blog entry by jonathanfoster on Jul 10, 2010

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Arriving in Cesis I found a guesthouse located in an old Soviet style building, an architecturally boring cube with dirt and rust streaks blanketing the facade in a way one might assume was placed intentionally as an exaggeration, windows faded with dust veiling an insider's perception of daylight, planters underlying the windows improving the building's appearance with whatever wild ...


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