Travelling Moldova - Tours and Trips in Moldova

Moldova Tours and Holidays 2019/2020

Moldova may be the least visited country in Europe, but it has so much to offer! This landlocked country features stunning forests, interesting museums and vineyards that produce spectacular red wines. Take a cultural and history tour of the capital city, Chisinau, or head to the country for wine tasting. When you’re ready to move on, consider a road trip to nearby Ukraine or Belarus! Read More

2 Trips in Moldova with 2 Reviews

  • Visit two of Europe's least known countries.
  • Milestii Mici Winery - the world's largest wine cellar.
  • Visit 'independent' Transnistria.
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Exodus Travels
  • Starts Chisinau, Moldova
  • Ends Chisinau, Moldova

Europe's Frontier: Moldova & Ukraine

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With just over 120000 visitors a year, Moldova is one of the least-visited countries in the ... Read More
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  • Visit 3 of Bukovina’s Painted Monasteries – Voroneț, Sucevița, and Moldovița.
  • Take city tours of Suceava and Chisinau.
  • Explore the Old Orhei archeological complex and visit the Orhei Fort.
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Rolandia Travel
  • Starts Suceava, Romania
  • Ends Iasi, Romania

Two Countries In 4 Days | Moldova And Romania Tour

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Experience the wonderful local traditions of the Bukovina region and take a trip through Moldova ... Read More
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Moldova Tour Reviews

5.0 - Excellent Based on 2 customer reviews
Marvellous company Reviewed Tour: Best of Ukraine, Belarus & Moldova Small Group Tour
Gary Coventry From Australia
5 - Excellent
“We cannot speak highly enough of the professionalism and personal warmth of Julia and her company. The guides and drivers were excellent and the itinerary varied and capturing the highlights of this part of Europe.”
Excellent trip Reviewed Tour: Europe's Frontier: Moldova & Ukraine
5 - Excellent
“This is a fantastic trip which packs a lot into a week and visits two lesser known but fascinating countries. The itinerary works well, and you are kept busy without being too rushed. The group I travelled with were a pleasure to be with and we had a great time. Our tour leader was excellent. The hotels and transport were a very high standard. I couldn't have asked for a better holiday.”

Moldova - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Holidays in Moldova will offer you picturesque landscape, which is great to see while getting around via cheap bus transportation, or by hiring a bike. A trip to Moldova will be filled with many historically significant monasteries worth seeing, such as the Capriana Monastery. For the wine lovers, Moldova has a rich wine selection with various tasting rooms scattered all over the country.

Tour Highlights

  • Like many Eastern European countries, Moldova experiences harsh winters. Therefore, it is no wonder that the nation offers some great skiing and snowboarding resorts. Check out the Slanic Moldova, which has converted itself over time from a town to a ski resort.
  • Located in Budesti village, the Sparta Equestrian Club is one of the best places for horseback riding that Moldova has to offer.
  • Kayak at your own pace, as you take in the beauty of the river at the Nistru river.
  • Some of the best Moldovan places to eat are located in Chisinau. The great thing is that while you are on a budget you can enjoy some inexpensive food there. There are plenty of fast food and pizza joints to which one can visit.
  • Do try the Moldovan red wine. We hear it is fantastic!

Travel Tips

  • Learn a few Romanian catchphrases, as it is the nation's primary language. Russian is also widely spoken, so you might want to pick up on a bit of both.
  • Bring some extra cash. Be prepared, because you may need some extra funds for a variety of reasons especially if plans are altered.
  • Try mingling with the locals for deeper travel knowledge. You never know what you can learn.
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