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Recent Guide Reviews

We were fortunate to have Natalia as our guide during a four day tour in Moldova in October 2018. She knows a lot about Moldova and ... More more right

Review for Natalia Peroncov

Bei wunderschönem sonnigen Herbstwetter holte mich Herrn Andronachi von meinem Hotel ab. Nach einer kurzen Einführung in die ... More more right

Review for Vladimir Andronachi

We booked a fully day tour of Cricova and Orhei at the last minute with Valery and enjoyed every bit of it. Valery is a true cultural ... More more right

Review for Valery Bradu

About Moldova

Nestled in a little corner of Eastern Europe, Moldova may not be one of the continent’s popular stop-offs (yet), but it sure has its fair share of attractions and pulls. For one, it’s managed to retain a raw, earthy, folksy edge like few countries around it. Rustic hamlets like Ivancea still come with freshwater wells and thatched cottages, the clip clop of horse and carts clattering over their untarmacked streets. Medieval strongholds like Soroca still stand firm against the rolling farmlands of the backcountry, while the meanders of the Dniester River give way to dense forests and untouched nature reserves like Codru. Moldova tour guides also double up as wine experts, offering excursions out to towns such as Milestii Mici, Cricova, Purcari and Cojusna, and the countless cellar doors that lurk amidst the undulating vineyards there. Monasteries dating from the Middle Ages beckon too, while the remnants of the Soviet Union’s iron fist mix with modernity in cities like Tiraspol and the capital, Chisinau.