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Popular Moldova Vacation Itineraries

Our suggested itineraries in Moldova and neighboring countries allow you to enjoy a multi-destination tour with ease. Our vacation packages make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

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Where to go in Moldova

Moldova Custom Tour Packages

Moldova is one of the last undiscovered gems of European travel. It's a charming country tucked between Ukraine and Romania, speaking the same language as the latter. Moldova has a big reputation as a wine producer, and even has the world's largest wine collection, housing millions of bottles within an astounding 200+ kilometers of tunnels, many of which are big enough for cars. Visiting Moldova provides a chance to sample local vintages. Moldovan food is delicious too. But it isn't just gourmands who love traveling in Moldova.

A charming, affordable destination

Moldova, Europe's least visited country, is well off the beaten path, As you travel through Moldova you’ll notice that it has retained a distinct charm, as well as reminders of its Soviet past. This is a great destination for anyone who wants to have a unique holiday. Visiting Moldova is affordable compared to Western Europe, allowing visitors to enjoy a higher level of comfort.

Quirky cities and beautiful nature

What to see? The beautiful countryside has steep cliffs and rolling hills. The capital city of Chisinau has a lot to offer. The breakaway republic of Transnistria is a trip back in time to the Soviet era, complete with hammers and sickles everywhere, and centrally-placed Lenin statues. This open-air museum of Communism isn't recognized by any UN members, and doesn't even have its own airport, but still has a very memorable field. Everyone who visits Moldova comes away with lasting impressions.

Your Moldovan travel specialists

Hotels in Moldova are affordable and comfortable. Wherever you want to travel in Moldova, we can make it happen. Visit Transnistria, Chisinau, and more. We provide Moldova travel services to all destinations. There are options throughout Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans. Contact us for a free travel consultation and we'll get started planning the perfect Moldovan vacation for you.

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Moldova

When is the best time to visit Moldova?
We tend to recommend visiting Moldova from late April to early June, or from early September to late October. Moldova's summers are warm, while the winters are cool, if windy. Summer tends to be fairly dry, save for the occasional heavy storm.
Is Moldova safe?
Moldova is generally fairly safe, although you should never trust that a driver will slow down just because you’re on a crosswalk! While reforms are being passed and enacted, police corruption can still be a problem, as can public drunkenness. Transnistria, the region that has been de facto independent since the early 90s, is fairly safe, but as an unrecognized country, foreign embassies have little ability to help if you get in trouble. Crossing in and out of Transnistria from Ukraine or the rest of Moldova is easy, and no visa is required for a visit of less than 24 hours.
What is Moldovan cuisine like?

Moldovan cuisine will look familiar to anyone who has spent time in Romania, with its plentiful grapes, wine, and meat dishes, and wide variety of vegetables. A wide variety of sour soups are popular, as is Mamaliga, a porridge made from corn flour, similar to polenta. Mamaliga is a popular side, sometimes taking the place of bread, and served with any dish, often with sour cream and cheese. Moldovans are fond of pork, beef, and lamb, often marinating and grilling them.

Moldova is famous for its wines, especially its reds. Sparkling wines are popular, and make up an unusually large proportion of wine production. While Moldova has the world’s largest wine cellar, which has over 125 miles of underground passageways (although “only” 34 miles are currently in use), we recommend visiting the second largest wine cellar, with its 75 miles of underground passageways: Cricova. This winery has a much better tour, with more to see, and hid Jews from the Holocaust. Cricova also produces some of Moldova's best wines, some made using the original Champagne methods invented by Dom Pierre Perignon. You should avoid drinking tap water in Moldova.
What is transportation like in Moldova?
Most of Moldova's trains date back to the Soviet era, and run infrequently, although there are trains to Bucharest, Kiev, and Odessa. Locals tend to get around by buses, especially minibuses that have set routes, but only start driving once full. We heavily recommend traveling via the private transfers we can provide, as drivers and ticket agents rarely speak anything other than Russian, Ukrainian, or Romanian/Moldovan, and our trusted drivers can help you see what lies in between destinations.
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