Moldova Attractions

Tourist Attractions in Moldova

1. Chisinau, Moldova

Chisinau is the capital and biggest city of Moldova. The city has loads of green parks and historical buildings and a wide array of restaurants, spas, art galleries, casinos and nightclubs. The Orange Pyramid and Pushkin Park at the World War II memorial are some of the most famous attractions in the city.

Chisinau Moldova

2. Tipova Monastery, Moldova

Tipova Monastery is located in a remote area, but the scenic beauty makes up for it. Located in one of the most beautiful places in the country, the monastery has three complexes which were dug out from the rocks on the banks of Dniestr River. The churches were built between 11th and 14th century.

Tipova Monastery Moldova

3. Saharna Monastery, Moldova

Saharna is one of the destinations which tourist wants to keep coming back to. Home to the Holy Trinity Monastery, this place is mainly known for its picturesque setting. This is considered as a pilgrimage site by many Moldavians. River Saharna has more than 20 waterfalls, with the famous Gipsy Hole being one of them.

Saharna Moldova

4. Soroca City, Moldova

Soroca has played a very important role throughout Moldova’s history because of its location on the Dniestr River. This used to be a vantage point during wars and sieges. The Soroca fortress is the highlight of the region and was built in the 14th century.

Soroca City Moldova

5. Capriana Monastery, Moldova

Capriana is one of the oldest monasteries in the country, located in a lush green forest. Completed in the 15th century, it used to be the home of the Moldavian bishop. The largest convent library is also on its premises which were reopened in 1989 after years of neglect. Codru is another big attraction which is also the oldest nature reserve in Moldova.

Capriana Monastery, Moldova

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