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During the trip between the Sigulda castle and Turaida castle I visited small Cave In the valley, full of graffiti from XVIII/XIX. On the path towards to Cave you can find small stales with local souvenirs and food products.
Don't expect an underground cave.
It's more of a hollow in a rock. It actually started forming over 10000 years ago when melt water eroded the sandstone rock after the Ice Age!
The inscriptions from the 17th century are interesting as are the folklore tales...More
The cave is high but not very deep, so you can explore it in a pretty short amount of time. The interesting part is the countless inscriptions on the cave walls, some of which date back to the 17th century. The cave can be reached...More
We stopped here on the way to the Turaides castle - it is a simple grotto with a spring at the back and etchings in the walls from the past few hundred years. It is not a big attraction but is worth the few minutes...More
This ‘cave’ was named after a healer who used its spring waters as a cure. You really can’t go very far into the cave, but seeing all the graffiti carvings into the sandstone. Now that the cave is in the Nat’l Park, no one is...More
You have to do a lot of stairs to get there, and it looks promising from far away, but it’s literally just a 10 meter hole in a rock. You do get some fresh water straight from the source so that’s nice.