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I reccomend to take carrots with you when coming here. Many, many cute bunnies will be super happy. It is even possible to pet them through the fence doors.The place also have goats, chickens and ducks, turkeys
Great for kids. Maybe the 3eur entrance is overpriced for what it is, but you can walk and look at rabbits in (mostly) nice cages.
There are other farm animals too like chicken, turkeys, cows. Expect nothing breath taking.
Here is very funny place. Interesting architecture available for small scale. Buildings, churches and several building architecture exhibits here for Latvian architecture tradition. Also this buildings contains small owner like rabbits. Many kind of rabbits, goats, ducks, cows, sheeps and dog. There is car park...More
On our arrival we were not greeted by anyone. We just saw a price list and phone number of an owner. We started looking at little wonderfully made bunny houses with even nicer inhabitants. Later on the owner came and explained us that we can...More
If You want to feel like a giant and love the animals, then definitely stop by there. Cuteness overload. Perhaps not worth a special trip for visit because it is in quite small area, but when driving by, make a stop and for some fee...More
We went to Trusu Pilsetina early in the morning, it was a stop between Riga and Bauska. We were met by host of the farm Ojars Narvils, who told us little bit about the farm. He let kids feed rabbits and geese( there were also...More
May come too late, but looks like the question hasn't been answered. Basically, from central coach station (Autoosta Rīga) get a bus to Bauska (think there's a service evey 1/2 h or so, check it online 1188.lv or at the... More
May come too late, but looks like the question hasn't been answered. Basically, from central coach station (Autoosta Rīga) get a bus to Bauska (think there's a service evey 1/2 h or so, check it online 1188.lv or at the information desk when there) and disembark at a bus stop called "Code" which is pretty much opposite the site. If unsure, just ask the driver or someone on the bus. The bus stop back is in the opposite direction right across.