The Republic of Moldova is a small country in the South-East Europe. Moldova attracts tourists with its picturesque countryside wineries, varied cuisine and an abundance of ancient Orthodox monuments - early Christian rock monasteries and medieval cathedrals.
A standard wine tour, in addition to the visiting vineyards and wine tasting includes a visit to the rock monasteries, ancient and medieval fortresses, ethnographic villages, nature reserves and national parks, as well as visiting waterfalls, surrounded by picturesque valleys of Moldova.
Moldova is a country with rich history and traditions. When you first visit the country, be sure to visit its capital - the city of Chisinau. It's an amazing green city on seven hills, where you can take a walk around the beautiful Botanical Gardens, the Cathedral, the beautiful modern park Valea Morilor, as well as seeing the monuments of the Moldavian leader Stefan cel Mare and the bust of Alexander Pushkin. If you prefer outdoor recreation, then go to the Codru - a great forest between the rivers Prut and Reut. Silence and tranquility of these places will fascinate any tourist tired of the city noise. You can also visit a historical fortress of Soroca, the monastery in the village of Saharna or many other architectural wonders of this small but beautiful country.