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The manor house is now a sanatorium for children, and like the rest of the estate, except a small café and an exhibition centre, cannot be visited. Still, even from the outside it gives a good impression how rich the lord was, and how extensive...More
From the entrance road, Krimulda manor looks imposing, however it's a rundown rehabilitation centre and not open to guided tours.
The surrounding buildings are largely in a state of disrepair even though the surrounding fields still support a working farming area.
The main attraction for...More
So beautiful // RELAX
we came there because all hotels were booked and the tourist office told us you can book an bed in the sunny chalets opposite the castle/landhouse
The house is in bad condition but the setting of the place is super ;...More
Well worth visiting the Estate, although the house is not open to the public.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS - YES
Parking €0. Entrance fee to the Estate €0.
The core estate buildings have largely remained intact and there is a plan of the estate buildings indicating their...More
What a history this manor house has very interesting with all the old out buildings still around the grounds. The place is very tired on the outside but given the history found it fascinating worth the visit. It is visible from the other side of...More
Part of Sigulda, near river Gauja. It's really small, but there is a palace, a café, and 5-10 old houses. Houses in bed condition, almost no people in the streets, really empty. The cable cabin arrives here, good to spend some time here before going...More