Senleja Hotel

Turaidas Iela 4, Sigulda, 2150, Latvia
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Hotels/Motels in Sigulda

by aMariux

Hey everybody, me and some of my friends are planing a trip to Sigulda. I'd like to ask you, if you know any Hotels ar motels in this Latvia's town? I would really appreciate your help.

RE: Hotels/Motels in Sigulda

by PeteNL

Hi,

We stayed at Livkalns once, great place though a bit outside the center. There's more information on www.livkalns.lv. For other hotels and (countryside) accommodation we can also recommend www.celotajs.lv

Have a great trip!

P.

RE: Hotels/Motels in Sigulda

by smiling_sml

You can find some information about accomodation in Sigulda here: http://www.sigulda.lv/index.php?pid=213

Also Villa Alberta looks nice: http://www.zl.lv/webedit/content/villa1/products_eng.html

Have a nice trip!

Anita

RE: Hotels/Motels in Sigulda

by MarkUK

We stayed in the Hotel Sigulda when we were there. V nice hotel, but also has some basic rooms to help keep the cost reasonable. It's right in the town center which is useful as the town is very spread out and some of the hotels are quite a walk from the shops etc.

http://www.hotelsigulda.lv/?lang=eng&lapa=0

Travel Tips for Sigulda

National Park visitors center

by Dabs

The tourist office in the Sigulda Hotel seemed to be closed so they sent us to the National Park Visitors Center near the Sigulda Church.

Be sure to stop here and pick up a map if you don't have one and get information on the sites.

http://www.sigulda.lv/index.php?pid=2250

Summer or winter - always good for a walk!

by PeteNL

The best way to explore Gauja valley and it's sites is on foot - good footpaths along the river and through the forests provide great views on the river and it's small streams, and will take you to the castle ruins and caves in a pleasant way. Even in winter most trails offer good walking, though some stretches can be a bit icy.

Notch up yet another castle ... the 'new' castle

by CatherineReichardt

It can get quite confusing keeping up with all the castles in Sigulda, and it is easy to get confused between the old castle and the medieval castle, both of which are in ruins.
So, take heart that the one Sigula castle that you don't stand a chance of getting confused with any of the others is the 'new' castle. This was built in the 19th century, and was formerly the residence of a Russian prince.
The castle is set amid lovely grounds and is architecturally a bit of a mongrel - but, like most mongrels, quite endearing. To my mind, the best bit is the massive Art Deco fireplace in the bar, which is over the top interior design on a monumental scale!

Turaida Castle

by Airpunk

The most beautiful castle in this region is the red brick Turaida castle, dating back to the 13th century. Its construction began in 1214, making it as old as the old Sigulda castle. The name Turaida means garden of Tor (a god known to many tribes of northern and central Europe). During the cursades, Turaida castle served as a base of the crusaders, but the castle came to fame because of a beauty called Turaida Rose. In the 18th century, a lightning hit the gunpowder store and destroyed the castle. It wasn’t until 1947 that the castle became part of a new museum. Since then, a couple of buildings in the castle were rebuilt. For further details about that, please check out my tip “Turaida Museum Reserve”.

Gauja National Park

by Lilasel

The Gauja National Park was established in 1973. It's a nature reserve situated between Sigulda and Cesis. Nature lovers can use the approximately 100 km walking trails that are marked with signs and information boards. There are view points, benches, steps and established camp sites along the trails.

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