Moldova is a small country on the eastern side of the continent of Europe with a capital of Chisinau. It has a population of about 5 million, whose ethnic diversity is Roman, Ukrainian and Russian, making the country rich in culture and tradition.
Moldova’s glittering hills and scenic landscapes, with forests, vineyards, villages and farms, are ideal places for long-distance hiking enthusiasts as well as biking enthusiasts among the most beautiful landscapes.
The most famous cities and tourist places
Capital of Chisinau:
The country’s largest city and its economic and cultural center include many ancient Orthodox churches dating back to the Russian Empire, and the cathedral garden that depicts the most beautiful natural paintings.
As well as the Opera House and the main palace on the banks of the Peak River.
It is the second largest but self-governing, autonomous city. The city is characterized by its attractive Soviet-era architecture, which has left its mark on the stone-paved streets and streets of the city. The tram is still the main means of transport.
The country, some beautiful gardens on the banks of the river Napstero.
The oldest city in Moldova, located in a small valley, contains the first homes built by the first people who lived in the area, which dates back hundreds of years, and visitors can learn much about that period through the rock paintings and mountain carvings found in the local caves.
The city gained its present name after the construction of Orheol Castle on the city’s top hill in the 15th century and looks like a giant architectural complex.
Every building now has many accounts of the important historical events it witnessed, including the second-century Dormition Abbey Ten is considered one of the most beautiful medieval sights.
Cheap Flights to Chisinau
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Hotels Chisinau: 5 stars
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Radisson Blu Leogrand Hotel
Berd's Design Hotel