After entering a competition on Facebook on Moldova Holiday, Michelle and Tim Olley were the lucky ones to win. The prize for the competition consisted of a weekend visit to Chisinau. It also included their accommodation in the Jazz Hotel, a visit to Curchi Monastry, Chateau Vartely, Cricova, as well as to meet and dine with the people of Butuceni. And of course – to see the cave monasteries…
“If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay home.” – James A. Michener
“Don’t tell me how educated you are, tell me how much you traveled.” – Mohammed
The traditional Moldovan outfit is crossing the borders! In the coming months, 35 associations of Moldovans from the Diasporas will receive 147 national Moldovan costumes.
The traditional Moldovan outfit is crossing the boundaries! The following months, 147 national Moldovan costumes for adults and children will be received by 35 associations of Moldovans from the Diasporas.
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‘Moldovan ethnic music on tour’ – Berlin May 13th, Stockholm May 15th, London May 16th.
Moldova is Europe’s least known and least visited international travel destination. Perhaps not surprisingly given the lack of tourist hordes, Moldova has a genuine, unaffected and vibrant, folk culture, celebrated in costume, cuisine and the arts, but especially…
Beginning with May, more patients will benefit from medical emergency assistance. The Minister of Transports has renewed a helicopter intended for medical emergencies.
5 years ago, on April 7, Moldova passed through a series of protests that became a history. This memorable event was a result of the nation’s discontent regarding the Communist Party’s victory at the general elections, on April 5. People claimed that the votes were fraudulent, asked for a recount and eventually, new elections.
“Travel is the only thing you buy, that makes you richer.”
April 1st, known as Fools’ Day, it’s the day when people don’t get angry for being the victims of small jokes.