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To come to Turaida castle we made a walk approximately 2-3km along covered by forests hills. In one place it was historical cave. we have heard the end of the story from the guide who came there with a group. it was story of love....More
Located just off the road to Truaida Castle, it can be reached by road, or via one of the extensive network of hiking trails that wind through the surrounding parks
The cave itself is only about 18 meters in length although quite high and is...More
Very nice walk from the cable car through the forest to reach the cave, nice pleasant park next to the cave for children etc to play in. The cave itself, although interesting, is not in the same realms as Wookey Hole or Cheddar Caves in...More
There isn't much to see, but as a part of an excursion to Sigulda castle, Crimulda castle, and Turaida castle, it is worth to step down from the straightest way and to take a look. At least I'm doing so, even when passing by again...More
From the previous reviews people had left I thought this was going to be an amazing cave but underwhelming is an understatement. The area in which the cave is located is beautiful. We went during a snowy period and I would say thus alone was...More
We visited cave in September. The weather was sunny so we met and saw beautiful autumn in the park around cave. There is not much to see and cave is not deep at all. But it is interesting for blazons and prints on the walls....More
I walked from the train station in Sigulda to here, which was long but pretty. The cave kind of popped up out of nowhere and thankfully I was alone to explore it.
It's not the most impressive cave height wise, but the carvings are incredibly...More