• Nymand Yates posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago

    Moldova is a small country within the Eastern Europe. Becoming an ex-soviet country, it’s not easy to bypass some misconceptions concerning this beautiful little country.

    Listed below are 5 common mistakes that individuals make while traveling to Moldova and easy methods to prevent them, all from personal experience.

    1. Moldova isn’t Russia

    About 10% of our own clients seem to think that Moldova is populated by Russians, which is of course untrue. Russians represent no more than 9% from the total population, is the 3rd biggest ethnicity in Moldova (there are other Ukrainians than Russians in Moldova). However, the Russian language is well known with a big section of Moldavians.

    2. Moldova isn’t as poor as people believe it is

    When coming to Moldova, many people tend to feel that Moldova is a country to get anything for $5 (just like Slovakia was depicted inside the 2004 movie EuroTrip). No doub it is true that a lot of things are much less expensive than in USA for example, but not everything. You will notice a lot of luxury cars in Chisinau, more than you desire.

    3. Don’t just visit the first hotel that you found out about, perform some research

    In Chisinau you can find over 30 different hotels, ranging in rates from $50 to $240 every night. A few these hotels are old and were built through the soviet era. The minute rates are pretty high, such as the expect much luxury.

    Do your homework on the web. There’s a number of complete online Chisinau hotels guides, compare rates, pay attention to photos and descriptions. It is better to spend 10 mins on research than curse your accommodation for two days.

    Ezio-Palace – one of the finest hotel Chisinau, an enchanting boutique – hotel of European class with inexpensive price points. Located in a nice green area within the city center, where you can take pleasure in the tranquility and tranquility. At the same time, the major city attractions are in only a 10-minute drive away.

    This hotel in Chisinau offers 14 rooms, that successfully combines modern hotel trends, and national character. On the Ezio-Palace you will feel the atmosphere of classical comfort. The interiors of all rooms are made through the Moldovan designers and constitute just one ensemble that can give you a few hotels in Chisinau Moldova. The Ezio-Palace offers 4 types of rooms: Junior Suite, Double / twin room, Double room and Suite Deluxe, which are suited to tourist visits, for a romantic weekend within the capital or a business trip. All rooms get access to high-speed Wi-Fi, king size beds, mini-bar, breakfast and daily cleaning are also included in the price.

    4. Not tasting Moldavian wines and champagnes

    Well, it is obvious how you can fix this: taste them. The common bottle of wine costs $4-$7, with all the finer wines being in the $10-$15 range. Best advice is always to visit restaurants that have Moldavian cuisine. Ask the locals or at the reception desk, you will surely get some good recommendations.

    5. Do not do anything that you would not do in your own home

    This could be the most effective piece of advice I can give: don’t do anything here that you simply wouldn’t want others do within your country. All general rules apply here, much like in a other country. Treat individuals with respect and you’ll be addressed with respect as well.


    Don’t judge a magazine by its cover, this applies well to Moldova, a country to spend quality time and revel in a few of the local attractions.

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