Moldova – Europe’s cheapest country explained

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Europe is not only about France and Italy, there’s a lot more to it than the Berlin wall! People usually don’t notice that numerous underrated European countries are ready to offer the same quality of beaches and historical sites with the fraction of prices in popular places like Bulgaria’s stunning beaches! Anyways, If you are interested to see the unseen side of Europe, visit our Europe Category on DB.

In this post, we’re going to talk about Moldova, Europe’s least visited country as well as Europe’s cheapest country!

Let’s discover this underrated European country together!

Recent history of Moldova

In recent history, Moldova was one of the USSR states with a heavily influenced Russian culture until it declared as an independent nation on August 27, 1991. We discussed more about it in the series of posts about former USSR states.

Soon after independence thou, two parts of the country decided to go on a different rail called Transnistria & Gagauzia.

In Transnistria, they established a whole new country in the Russian style since most of their citizens are Russian. They even have a cold border with Moldova where people’s passport gets checked!

People in Moldova

Moldovan people are technically Romanians who were raised with a different Ideology. They speak the same language and have the same traditions. They love to drink wine and each house has wine storage in it! People are relaxed and whenever there’s a problem, they ignore it and chill by drinking wine!

What to do in Moldova

Mileștii Mici Winery in Moldova

With more than 200 km of storage, Mileștii Mici Winery in Moldova is the world’s largest winery. It’s highly recommended to visit this massive wine paradise!

Rose Valley in Moldova

This massive park is in the capital, Chișinău. There’s a beautiful lake in it, as well as refreshing narrow walking roads. The park is also home to the remaining of an ancient Slavonic sanctuary.

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The Triumphal arch and Nativity Cathedral in Moldova

These two monuments are made in honor of the soldiers who fought against the Ottoman empire in the 18th century.

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Căpriana monastery in Moldova

Moldova is the country of monasteries. Where ever you turn your head, there’s an incredible historic church. Căpriana monastery was built in 1429 and still thriving today.

Căpriana monastery, 2007

Do you have any opinions or recommendations? Share them with us in the comments below.

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31 thoughts on “Moldova – Europe’s cheapest country explained

  1. PS! 🙂

    ” Tineţi minte cuvintele lui Ştefan,

    care v-a fost baci până la adânci bătrâneţe…

    că Moldova n-a fost a strămoşilor mei,

    n-a fost a mea şi nu e a voastră,

    ci a urmaşilor voştri ş-a urmaşilor urmaşilor voştri în veacul vecilor…”

    CITAT de la Domnitorul MOLDOVEI , Ștefan cel Mare , 1457-1504) !!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
    Alioșa !!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. I know my Geography teacher would prolly be pissed if he ever saw this but am learning so much from your blog about other countries in more fun and interesting ways, keep it up!

  3. I am legit not aware there is a country called Moldova in Europe.
    & they drink wine to solve their problems, interesting…

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