Each corner of Moldova has its own unique identity. In the south, you can find the Găgăuz, a lively people with their own
culture, history, traditions, and of course, delicious cuisine. Travel just an hour from Chisinau in another direction
and you will discover just how diverse our small country can be. If you cross the Dniester River to its left bank,
you will find Transnistria, a territory where time has stood still. Visiting Transnistria can feel like you’ve traveled
back to the USSR. Or, if you want to meet our Roma minority, then your way lies to the north of Moldova, to Soroca.
The outskirts of the city might leave you with ambiguous feelings, but you will never forget this colorful trip and
how you got to know such a unique group of people. And, of course, who could forget the mighty Codrii forests in the
heart of the country. But if you do one thing when you come to see us, you should go to see the unique historical complex
of Old Orhei. Seeing the cave monasteries and the ancient hermitage is a MUST. No visit to Moldova is complete without
a trip to this picturesque valley, echoing with stories stretching back millennia.