Address: Pulkveza Brieza 55, Sigulda, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pulkveza Brieza 55, Sigulda, is near Turaida Castle, Gauja National Park, Knights of the Sword Castle, and Aerodium.
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    Travel Blogs from Sigulda

    Paddling the Gauja River? That's a paddlin'

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... involved. Eight kilometres from Ligatne is the Brasla River. Then, when I first see the Turaida Castle, I should be 15 minutes or so from the finish. With no further ado, and a sense of excitement, I hopped into my blue kayak and launched into the stream.

    The Gauja River winds its way through the whole of the Gauja National Park (hence the park's name). It's a fairly wide and slow river, although I noticed early on that it was still the fastest river I had kayaked. But given ...

    Getting my inner Viking on!

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 01, 2014

    18 photos

    ... in all the time. Still, was a lot of fun. While that was the end of the official activities I had paid for, I then went up into the reconstructed gate tower with a room full of armour and weapons to try on. The chainmail was heavy but once you put it on, it feels quite light.

    Leaving the castle, I then started to make my way to the Turaida Castle on the other side of the river valley. I was told at the tourist information centre that I should be able to take my bike ...

    Into the Latvian Countryside

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 10, 2013


    ... occupations, it was once known as Hitler Street and then later known as Lenin Street. Now it is back to Freedom Street.
    Ilze also told me their different holidays and while I don't remember them all, one in May is particularly poignant in that young couples go into the forest together to try and find a special flower. If they can find this flower, then the story goes that the girl will become pregnant and have a baby by April of ...

    Sub-zero, Riga

    A travel blog entry by shenanigans on Jan 13, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    As we leave our hostel in the morning for the next leg of the journey, it begins to snow. By the time we reach the bus station, Vilinus has turned white. The snow gets thicker and heavier throughout the 4-5hr bus journey to Riga. We realize this is a taste of things to come over the coming months as we make our way further north and towards Siberia! We get to Funky Hostel ...


    A travel blog entry by bruntwood on Jun 21, 2012

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    ... First World War and many killed, but most were killed during the Nazi occupation during WW2.  Even now there  are many beautiful,derelict buildings and farms that are vacant due to rural depopulation and or absenteeism. An Australian of Lativian descent is staying here, and it seems she is selling some inherited property. 10,000 Lativians emigrated to Australia after WW2 and 1000 to NZ.  A lot of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania were WW1 and WW2 ...