Moldova facts and travel tips
If you love a grand adventure, then you’re going to love what Moldova has in store for you. It might have been considered an unusual travel destination in the past, but that is no longer the case. Even so, the number of officially counted tourists annually is often less than 100,000 people, which means you’ve got an opportunity right now to see something authentic, incredible, and inspiring.
Moldova Has Some of the Best Vineyards
The climate of Moldova is perfect for the growing wine industry, so make time to tour the vineyards that are just now beginning to produce at higher levels. Some of the wines you’ll find here, in fact, are often rated some of the best in the world. Even when enjoying a wine tour, you’ll find the hospitality here is warm and authentic, just like the wine.
It’s a Blast From the Past
One of the things that makes Moldova unique is that there is still an atmosphere being influenced by the old Soviet Union on display. It’s one of the few places in the world where you’ll find multiple statues and busts of Vladimir Lenin still lining city streets. Sections of the country are firmly Russian in its atmosphere and culinary opportunities, yet the rustic countryside still holds an incomparable charm.
Impressive Ottoman Influences
You’ll find impressive fortresses that date back to the 16tth century that allowed that were the focus of conflict between the Ottoman Empire and the Russians. Museums outline the history of the region, local arts and creative influences, and artifacts that have been uncovered over the years. Best of all, because Moldova is Europe’s least visited nation, many of the opportunities to explore will let you do so at your own pace.
Moldova is a land full of wonder and enchantment. It may be off of the average traveler’s destination maps right now, but that will soon change once everything it has to offer has been discovered.
When are national holidays and no work days ?
See the list with the national holidays in the country.
|January 1||New Year's Day|
|January 7||Orthodox Christmas|
|March 8||International Women's Day|
|May 1||Labour Day|
|May 9||Victory Day|
|May 22||B?l?i Day||Only in B?l?i|
|June 1||Children's Day|
|July 29||Constitution Day|
|August 27||Independence Day|
|August 31||National Language Day|
|October 14||Capital's Day||Only in Chisinau|
|November 21||Cahul Day||Only in Cahul|
|December 25||Christmas Day|
See the list of the biggest and most important cities in the country, and the size of the cities by population.
Important: the informations are from various external sources. If you are using the informations professional please seek official confirmation whether the figures are actual or not.
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