Top tourist attractions in Moldova may not be as famous compared to the other European countries such as France, Italy or Hungary. Bordered by Romania from the west and the rest is bordered by Ukraine. The Capital of Moldova, Chisinau, has many historical sites which make it a best choice for those history fans that is why if you plan to stay for quite some time in Moldova then giving time for a town tour before going around the country should be the first on the list.
Considered as the biggest underground wine cellars in Europe, Cricova and Milestii Mici wine cellars make it to the list of one of the top tourist attractions in Moldova. What’s more fascinating about it is that it’s like a small underground city. The location of the wine collection and its factory can be found in the limestone tunnels where famous brands such as Cabernet, Shardonait, Sauvignon and other brands are used as motor street names. You can also have a taste of their wines if you wish to, considering you are in the best place for wines. A tour in Cricova and Milestii Mici wine cellars won’t be complete without trying their exquisite and their best wines so go ahead and set a date.
If you’re the kind of person that wants to understand the culture and heritage of Moldova, a visit to one of the finest museums is a must try. The National History Museum of Moldova houses thousands of exhibits.
Soroca Fortress is a landmark in Moldova where it plays a major role as a defense system for the country. Found at the middle of the town, the Fortress located at the right side of the Dniester River. The foundation of the Soroca Fortress used to be made of wood but was reconstructed with stones on 1543 to 1546.
There are still a lot of places to go to in Moldova and for sure a day or two won’t be enough. Plan it ahead and make an itinerary for the best places to visit so that every time spent won’t go to waste. Do include the other top tourist attractions in Moldova such as Capriana Monastery, Japca Village, Saharna village, the Museum of Ethnography and Arceology, and last but not the least is the Hincu Monastery.