Kalnjani, Sigulda, LV-2150, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kalnjani, Sigulda, is near Turaida Castle, Gauja National Park, Knights of the Sword Castle, and Aerodium.
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Travel Blogs from Sigulda

Bobsleighs & Bunkers

A travel blog entry by hoggs on Apr 25, 2014

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... glimpse of the red brick castle, semi hiding in the forest a couple of kilometers away. The cable car cost €4 which was more than our coach ride hahahah.
If you have balls the size of an Ox you can bungee out of the cable car, aprx half way over and guessing dip your head in the river. I don't have Ox balls so didn't do that!

We made it to the castle but had run out of time as we had booked a taxi to the nearby Soviet bunker. Oh yeah!!!!!
It also looked like we ...

Into the Latvian Countryside

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 10, 2013


... inside and also have a very pretty black cat running around.
In Sigulda, they have built a stage in the courtyard and lots of seats and benches and hold summer concerts there. The area is quite beautiful and in the countryside around it are many hiking paths and such. The woods are protected and most of Latvia is protecting their forests and such. This area is where their first national park was started. In their forests, they have boars and ...

Volcano's and berries

A travel blog entry by catherine_drew on Apr 16, 2010

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Latvia was great, particularly because we got to laugh at everyone else who was stranded as a result of the Icelandic Volcano. People were fairly surprised when we explained that we were there on purpose!

Despite a good few days exploring Latvia's capital, Riga, we still have ...

Sigulda, August 20, 2005 - Saturday

A travel blog entry by the_wayfarer on Oct 20, 2008

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... with St. Peter, the entire estate ended in hands of city of Sigulda. The park and gardens around this neogothic-style castle are open for public, but the building itself is not. So I saw what there was to see, and then moved on. New Sigulda Castle was on a hill, and on another, over there across the river, I saw the orange, or red-brown, Turaida Castle towering above the green sea of trees. This recently reconstructed medieval castle looked fairly close and ...

Crossing the border

A travel blog entry by amullett on Dec 20, 2007

... the borders went down so I wouldn't have problems with the immigration department when I went to get my visa printed. So this is the reason for me going to Riga. I didn't want to have to go so far, but I could find no place to sleep in closer non-Lithuanian cities such as Bialystok or Daugavpils. So Riga it was. I had to finish my school term on the same day that I had to get to Riga and I had classes and a report to write before 3pm. I managed to do it and I was on the bus by 4pm. ...