Romania and her neighbor the Republic of Moldova have launched a joint tourist route of historic and cultural sites. The route will cover 54 sites related to the famous Prince Ștefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great), who ruled from 1457 until 1504.
The European Commission has granted Moldovan citizens no visas travel to the EU beginning on today. In a move the EU says will deepen the relationship with East European nation in “defiance of Russia”, Moldova would seem to be a pawn in a much larger NATO game. In this report from Reuters, it’s made clear Moldova, […]
All this week the 47th Marisor International Music Festival gets underway in Chisinau. Taking place at the Nicolae Sulac National Palace, the event sees none other than Moldovan President Nicolae Timofti, Parliament Speaker Marian Lupu, Prime Minister Vlad Filat, MPs, and other cabinet dignitaries in attendance.
In news from Moldova, air passenger flow through the country’s Chisinau International Airport increase by some 12.49% in March compared with the that of the previous year. Data from airport officials showed over 63,000 passengers having passed through the country’s main air hub during the month.
In hotel news from Moldova, Best Western has just opened their first Best Western Plus hotel in that country’s capital of Chişinău. With more than 765 “Plus” hotels around the world, Best Western continues to spread their famous brand about Europe.
Romania and Bulgaria celebrate the 1st of March with a very interesting tradition. Mărțișor in Romania, and Martenitsa in Bulgaria, are all about welcoming the upcoming spring, and more.
The underground wine cellars at Cricova are the largest such storage facilities in the world, making them Moldova’s wine treasure. The perfect combination of humidity and temperature make these massive caves underground the perfect spot for storing the best wines of Moldova. Best of all, visitors can tour these extraordinary cellars via tours.
EU Ambassasors and Moldova official begin hammering out free-visa rules. Meetings in Luxembourg today may signal a new era of travel to and from one of Eastern Europe’s most difficult countries to travel to. European Commission authoring of a new protocol will be needed, but it is expected Moldova’s new tourism goals match those of the Russian Federation.