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7 Best Places to Visit in Moldova Before You Die

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Moldova, a hidden gem of Europe, and it is only right that we list the best places to visit in Moldova before you die to help you out as you come to visit this unique destination. This country is renowned all over the world for having appealing natural scenery, vineyards and longstanding Soviet design architecture. Despite being a small country, Moldova has significant tourism potential.

Sandwiched between Ukraine and Romania, Moldova is the ideal private vacation spot in Europe. This is because it attracts just a small percentage of the total number of tourists in the neighboring nations. This is an exciting destination for tourists who are searching for a new experience away from the norm and are interested in visiting countries that very few people have been to.

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However, the charm of Moldova runs much deeper than simply being remote. The nation’s wines are a favorite everywhere in Europe. This means you can go on tasty wine tasting trips in Moldova and tour different wineries, tasting the sweet grapes and wine.

The countryside has been spectacularly preserved and there is an authentic welcoming feeling from the locals. The capital city, Chisinau, is lively and is full of great bars and restaurants. However, take caution when visiting the Russian separatist area of Transdniestr. This is the only area of concern; otherwise the rest of Moldova is quite safe.

 The widely spoken language is Romanian and you can also check out the best places to visit in Romania before you die. Russian is also widely spoken in Moldova and the majority of the people are Orthodox Christian.

 Moldova is basically landlocked with quite a number of rolling steppes that gradually slope towards the south. The town experiences very few natural hazards but landslides are common due to soil erosion. Here are the best places to visit in Moldova before you die.

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