Visiting Moldova - 5 Easy Ideas to Enjoy Your journey

Moldova is a small country in the Eastern Europe. Being an ex-soviet country, it is sometimes complicated to bypass some misconceptions relating to this beautiful little country.
Here are 5 common errors that people make when traveling to Moldova and easy methods to stay away from them, all from personal experience.
1. Moldova just isn't Russia
About 10% of our clients seem to think that Moldova is populated by Russians, which is of course untrue. Russians represent no more than 9% of the people in this country, is the 3rd biggest ethnicity in Moldova (there are many Ukrainians than Russians in Moldova). However, the Russian language is well known by way of a big section of Moldavians.
2. Moldova isn't as poor as people believe it is
When arriving at Moldova, some people often think that Moldova is really a country where one can get anything for $5 (much like Slovakia was depicted in the 2004 movie EuroTrip). It is indeed correct that several things less difficult less expensive than in USA for example, but not everything. You will observe plenty of luxury cars in Chisinau, a lot more than you expect.
3. Don't just visit the very first hotel that you learned about, do your homework
In Chisinau you can find over 30 different hotels, ranging in rates from $50 to $240 per night. A couple of these hotels are old and were built during the soviet era. The rates are pretty high, but don't expect much luxury. Perform some research on the web. There are a couple of complete online Chisinau hotels guides, compare rates, focus on photos and descriptions. It is advisable to spend Ten minutes on research than curse your accommodation for a couple of days.

Ezio-Palace - one of the finest hotel Chisinau, an enchanting boutique - hotel of European class with good prices. Situated in a nice green area in the city center, where you can enjoy the tranquility and tranquility. Simultaneously, the major city attractions are in merely a 10-minute drive away. This hotel in Chisinau offers 14 rooms, that successfully combines modern hotel trends, and national character. In the Ezio-Palace you'll notice the atmosphere of classical comfort. The interiors of all rooms are made from the Moldovan designers and constitute a single ensemble that will provide 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 can be suited to tourist visits, to get a romantic weekend in the capital or for business trips. All rooms get access to high-speed Wi-Fi, king-size beds, mini-bar, breakfast and daily cleaning are also contained in the price.
4. Not tasting Moldavian wines and champagnes
Well, there's no question the best way to fix this: taste them. The common wine costs $4-$7, with the finer wines being in the $10-$15 range. Most sage advice would be to visit restaurants that have Moldavian cuisine. Ask the locals or at the reception desk, you'll certainly get some good recommendations.
5. Do not do something that would you do at home
This might be the most effective piece of advice I can give: do not do anything here that you wouldn't want others do within your country. All general rules apply here, the same as in a other country. Treat people who have respect and will also be treated with respect also.
Don't judge a novel by its cover, this is applicable well to Moldova, a nation where one can spend some time and revel in a number of the local attractions.
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