Be Our Guest !!! Dear guest, we prepare this wonderful tour and gives you to discovery 3 counties!!! Forgotten Corners of Europe Moldova,Transnistria,Tirapol, Bender,UkraineMoldova is one of the least known countries in this part of the world. Moreover, its borders with Ukraine are seized by the self-proclaimed Republic of Transnistria, protected by Big Russian Brother, but never recognized by the UN. Escape the tourist crowds on this unique trip to Moldova and the Black Sea Coast of Ukraine and also Transnistria – where Soviet values persist –Get ready for an adventure.Moldova is famous for its wine, so sample the local tipple during a guided tour of Mileștii Mici, sitting on top of 200km of underground cellar tunnels, making it the largest winery in the world
Country TourWithin 8 unforgettable days, you will immerse in the wonderful world of rock monasteries among the lovely landscape, with neat rows of vineyards, visit the “wine cities” Cricova and Milestii Mici, the old fortress of Bender, go back to USSR visiting Transnistria, familiarize with the culture and history of multi-ethnic country, taste the delicious Moldovan cuisine and enjoy folklore programs.
How about celebrating the Independence Day of a non-existing country? Strange, isn’t it? Strange but possibile… Transnistria is a breakaway part of Republic Of Moldova, who has all the necessary things to be a country (government, local currency, National Bank, local car license plates for the cars, flag, police, army, etc.) but except one thing….it is not recognized by nobody except... South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Nagorno Karabah, all sister “countries” being in the same situation. And like any normal country they have a National Day, and they celebrate it! So let’s go and see how they celebrate, meet locals and talk to them, visit their capital Tiraspol, understand their religion - Russian orthodox, see their country, history and see for yourself how they live and what they have to offer. An unrecognized country celebrates its independence - Transnistria!
Moldova it’s not about wine. It is about the story that stands behind that wine. From the sun pampered berries and carefully hand-picked grapes till the shape of the glass that will best unveil the wine flavour. Join this exiting journey and find the wine that will become your soul mate.
One of Moldova's characteristic traits is its ethnic diversity. As early as the beginning of the eighteenth century, Moldovan prince and scholar Dimitrie Cantemir observed that he "didn't believe that there "existed" a single country of the size of Moldova in which so many and such diverse peoples meet. That's why this tour is the best way for you to know better Moldova's ethnic diversity.
Moldova celebrates Victory Day on 9 May to remember the end of World War II. It is a day to celebrate the defeat of Nazi Germany and to solemnly remember those who died in the war. It is also a time to honour World War II veterans who are still alive.
The trip includes:• the maturing section of branded wines;• production section of classic sparkling wine;• The National Collection of Wines, visiting the‘’Tasting Halls’’•Tasting: 7 types of wine and snacks : plate withcheese, biscuits and mineral water.
An old tradition got its formal recognition: when the wine fermentation process is over, the wine producers invite everyone to appreciate the quality and taste of the new wine. It is a great opportunity to try different types of wine, enjoy barbeque, meet people, and to get an unforgettable Moldovan experience. Folk music and dance events are planned in an open-air area, and participants can even engage in the traditional dance “hora”, a group dance symbolizing unity. Nearly 100 wineries, thousands of visitors, including tourists from all around the world gather on this day in the central square of Chisinau. Remember - Wine Festival is an excellent opportunity to discover Moldova.
Moldova has a winemaking history dating back to ancient times and produces a surprising variety of red, white, and sparkling wines. This private three-day tour is tailor-made for wine lovers and includes a visit to the famous Cricovа Wine Cellars, a wine-tasting lunch at Et Cetera Winery, and guided wine tastings at Chateau Vartely and Purcari wineries. You’ll also have chance to explore the capital of Chisinau and sample traditional Moldovan cuisine.
Our "ATM" team will start you off on your journey across Moldova to discover all the Treasures and Traditions of the Moldovan People.Are you ready to live life to the fullest? Then escape to Moldova where our team of professionals will greet you warmly, entertain you and provide you with free delicious food and drinks including all kinds of alcoholic beverages for the duration of your visit, giving you an exceptional tour to remember for years to come.Once you arrive in Moldova, you will feel at home and be able to learn about the Traditions and Culture of the Moldovan People. You will also have the opportunity to visit the most beautiful locations in Moldova in the company of a young enthusiastic Team who will gladly answer all your questions and entertain you with jokes and funny stories.In the "Adventure Travel Through Moldova" tour, you will have 3 unforgettable days in which you will discover all the traditions and Moldovan treasures from the Dniester to the Prut.
Combined tour of Moldova Republic and Bucovina – the region of Romania. Moldova is a country where dreams come true, a place where fairy tales turn into reality. Old monasteries, slumberous forests, famous vineyards and cellars, endless hills, fair sky, and friendly sun give a special charm. Bucovina is world known for outdoor painted monasteries, included in UNESCO – Heritage List. People from Moldova and Bucovina are famous for their hospitality. The Republic of Moldova’s wine enjoys a good reputation internationally for its quality. Wine tasting tours in Moldova are very popular. TIRASPOL is the biggest city in Transnistria. The city is located on the eastern bank of the Nistru River.
Wine is part of this nation’s culture and if someone came to Romania and would not taste our wines, it would be like looking at a church from the outside and not going inside! During this tour you will meet, feel and taste the wines of the most famous wine regions in Romania and the Republic of Moldova, which was split in two parts after World War II, one is the Romanian region of Moldova, the other one being the Old Bessarabia, nowadays known as the Republic of Moldova. But both regions are linked through their famous and good wines! We will start this adventure with a Moldovan wines tasting.