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The Republic of Moldova is an Eastern European Country, situated between Romanian and Ukraine. It only declared itself an independent state in 1991 and its capital is Chisinau, which is located in the middle of the country.
The majority of the capital’s tourist attractions are all near to the Main Square, which is named after their favourite son; King Stefan cel Mare. There are many magnificent buildings there, such as; The Organ Hall, City Hall, Cathedral Complex and The House of Government.
Moldova is definitely not just the capital, as it has so many interesting locations and venues, so the country really does need to be explored to be appreciated.
The whole region as amazing views, scenery, countryside and mountain ranges, so a tour of this compact, but beautiful country is highly recommended.
It is also openly greeting more visitors and investors to explore what opportunities there are too. The British Romanian Chamber of Commerce provide a great service for organisations from Great Britain, Romania and Moldova to work together and increase the great relationship between all 3 regions. As they say ‘We Create Business Opportunities For You’, so if interested, get in touch with them.
This whole region is renowned for Wineries, so take the opportunity to visit one or two of them.The Wineries vary in size, style and even surroundings, so you can choose one that suit your personality; A stylish winery with top quality views and accommodation. Visit a winery on the banks of stream, where you can go grape picking touring the tour. Maybe an underground winery, boasting 120 km of tunnels. There are so many, you will find the right one for your taste!
Keeping on the tunnel theme, explore the countryside and visit the Orthodax Cave Monastery, called St Maria Dormata. While there you can see the remains of Orhei, which is a fortified stone fortress. The old town of Orhei is also fascinating, with a museum complex that presents the remains from a variety of civilizations. It also has a ‘peasant house’ where you can sample traditional food and even an old Turkish bath.
Religion is extremely important to the majority of Moldova’s and the religious epicentre is at the Churchi Monastery. It contains many important buildings including The Virgin’s Assumption Cathedral and accommodation for the priests and monks who live there. The locals even take their cars there to be blessed, so no harm will come to them whilst driving it!
Tiraspol is the capital of the region of Transnistria, which is still very heavily influenced by the old ways of the USSR. It is a ‘break-away territory’, but is still within Moldova’s borders!! A lot of the land marks and statues are in memory of soldiers, past military campaigns and leaders. Anyone interested in the history of the USSR or communism will find very informative.
Tiraspol is the home of a Sturgeon Complex, which is a producer of fish products including Beluga Caviar. Tours are only arranged on request, but are very interesting. It’s not only the information given about the ‘process’, but its seeing the actual fish too! The finale is having some of the fish and caviar, which makes the whole tour worthwhile!
The Republic of Moldova is only a relatively new and small country, but it is packed with unique experiences that you will not see anywhere else in the world.
A visit to this region is an interesting, exciting and mind-opening experience, so definitely put in on your list of destinations to visit.