Address: Pulkveza Brieza 55, Sigulda, 2150, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pulkveza Brieza 55, Sigulda, is near Turaida Castle, Knights of the Sword Castle, Gauja National Park, and Aerodium.
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        The Switzerland of Latvia

        A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 21, 2015

        20 photos

        ... our time, stopping periodically for a snack and a snap. We walk at least 20 km today and are thankful when we reach the cable car back. While not overly difficult it has been a long day and we are getting really tired. We cross the river valley and are afford beautiful views of the river below. After a quick meal at a local cafeteria it's a mad dash back to the hotel to pass out in the ...

        Getting my inner Viking on!

        A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 01, 2014

        18 photos

        ... on a road on the Lonely Planet map, just not on the map itself. I followed the road and soon enough I saw the train line. Success! I was able to orientate myself with the train line and soon found the hostel. I had to check-in at the hotel that runs the hostel one block over. The hostel itself is above the kitchen of a restaurant. I scored myself a single room at the same price as a dorm. Very simple room but clean.

        I made my way back downstairs and grabbed a quick ...

        Bobsleighs & Bunkers

        A travel blog entry by hoggs on Apr 25, 2014

        5 photos

        ... MB'ers will get that)

        Now when I say bunker, I don't mean a grey room, damp, dark and nothing but concrete.
        Instead, this has shower blocks, officer rooms, communication centers etc. All this being 9m underground.

        The guide turned off the lights for a sec and it was pitch black. It had an eerie feeling to it but I think the map room was the pinnacle of the bunker. No photos allowed in this room unfortunately (and she was ready to bust my balls if I pressed ...

        Day 32 - Pärnu to Cēsis

        A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 20, 2013

        13 photos

        ... supplies and air conditioning, at least while the diesel supplies last. Latvia has what can be best described as a Heath Robinson system of atmospheric control, with 'automatically closing vents' driven shut by the blast of a nearby nuclear explosion. Two tank engines run the generators. Fife is dry, Latvia damp. I have no idea how long either bunker and its occupants would have survived if the worst had happened. I really don't care. However, my feeling is that the Scottish ...


        A travel blog entry by riege on Jul 22, 2012

        11 photos

        ... in public and you can even visit it now. And no, I didn't do that, I prefered staying outside and visited the 2-storey handmade caves and the Ligatne Nature Trail where I saw bears, an elk, lynxes, wild boars etc. in an "openair zoo".

        In Turaida Museum Reserve I visited the medieval Turaida Castle ...