• Moldova, Your Love Tonight

    Credits: The Outfield, Your Love Video: Inima Moldovei

  • The new executive team of Moldova Tours 2.0

    Gala Turismului, 2018   On Friday 23 March, 2018, Marc, the Founder and Owner of Moldova Tours 2.0, and Dorina, the new Administrator attended the annual event for the promotion of tourism in the Republic of Moldova, the Gala Turismului at Hotel Radisson Blu Leo Legrand in Chisinau, organised by the Federation for the Promotion […]

  • Tourism in Moldova

    Every year, thousands of tourists visit the Republic of Moldova The picturesque stretches, the quiet atmosphere and the internationally renowned wines attract thousands of tourists from the whole world. Watch this video and find out what tourists who have visited Moldova think of it.

  • Traditional Moldovan Song of Longing

    Traditional songs of longing are part of the national immaterial patrimony of the Republic of Moldova. With a resounding and meaningful message, these songs manage to convey the emotions they bear in the notes of every listener, regardless of the language they speak.

  • The amazing and brilliant “Moldoveneasca”, Ansamblul JOC

    Published on Mar 19, 2015 Come and Visit the Moldovan Pavilion@the World Expo Milano 2015 1 May – 31 October Category People & Blogs License Standard YouTube License

  • Eugen Doga, the Moldovan Musical Genius

      Eugen Doga is one of the most famous Moldovans in the whole world. He was born on March 1, 1937 at the dawn of the ritual festival of Mărțișor in the village of Mocra, Rîbniţa district, situated on the left bank of the Dniester, in picturesque northeastern Moldova. Eugen Doga reminds us on his website […]

  • Diamonds in the Sky

    Diamonds in the Sky

  • Welcome to Comrat, Moldova’s relic Soviet city

    Published in the Guardian on 20 February 2018 (reproduced courtesy thereof) Source: click here Welcome to Comrat, Moldova’s relic Soviet city – in pictures In 1991, when Moldova broke free of the Soviet Union, the pro-Russian region of Gagauzia wanted to remain. Twenty-seven years later, its tiny capital looks like a monument to a vanished […]