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A few of the rentals offer a pool, which makes Moldova an excellent destination for people looking to spend their holidays poolside. Hotel rooms with pools in Moldova are a excellent choice for groups of 4 and cost, on average, £73 a night. In Moldova, nearly all of the holiday rentals including a pool are near the water. If you own a pet, you should easily be able to find a pet-friendly property in Moldova. Pet-friendly properties in Moldova cost, on average, £60 per night. You can also find suitable city properties, as a few of the pet-friendly holiday lettings are centrally located (less than 2 kilometres from the city centre).
Experience Moldova's hidden magic with great holiday lettings
Secreted away between the Ukraine and Romania, Moldova rewards intrepid explorers to this remote and romantic destination with unspoilt countryside and a warm welcome from the locals. This location affords Moldova a temperate climate which, combined with the local prevalence of shell limestone, has produced the distinctive architecture of the region. While the city is characterised by the wealth of beautiful modern residential buildings erected in the 1900s, Moldova is also blessed with stunning medieval buildings, such as the unique Cave Monasteries in Orhei Vechi which date back to 1200s.
Chişinău for culture-vultures
The city has no shortage of engaging art and culture. The National Art Museum is a great place to start your investigation into the local cultural heritage. It is full of Romanian and Moldovan art, folk art and medieval ephemera to keep you gawping for hours, but it also houses regular exhibitions of contemporary art if you want to shift gear.
Russia's national poet Alexander Pushkin spent three years exiled in Moldova, and his tiny cottage has been preserved as the Pushkin Museum, where you can see his personal world of sentimental and mundane items, including a portrait of his favourite poet, Lord Byron, on his writing desk. The large literary museum opposite the cottage houses a fascinating collection of documents relating to the author's dramatic life.
The largest of Chişinău's museums is the National Archaeology and History Museum which contains artefacts from the region, including a collection of coins known as the Golden Horde, and Soviet weaponry.
Wine and wild nights
The capital of Chişinău is a beating heart with great night life, restaurants and cafés. If you like red wine, you will enjoy the city's array of locally produced, ruby-coloured vintages. Locals can be found frequenting many of the cosy hostelries and bars where the wine is served with charming ambiance and cheese boards. If you just don't want the night to end, you can take your pick among the local nightclubs.
Unforgettable excursions to the cave monasteries
From the city, there are several incredible outings that will keep you busy and your Instagram feed full. The aforementioned Cave Monasteries, for instance, include Tipova, one of the largest in all of Eastern Europe. Located among the crags of the Nistru River, this has been a seat of the monastic community for nearly a thousand years. Look out for the cave church with its gigantic columns and the 'footprint' left by Saint Maria on the mountain according to one of the monks who saw her standing on the spot in a vision.
Butuceni is another stunning Cave Monastery where the walls remain cool regardless of the temperature outside. Hundreds of candles and devotees make for a magical atmosphere, and the rock terrace presents scenic vistas of the stunning landscapes that surround the monastery.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Moldova?
The average nightly price for a holiday home in Moldova is £14.
What is the most popular holiday home amenity in Moldova?
When booking a holiday home in Moldova, consider looking for accommodation with internet, TVs, or balconies/patios, which are the three most popular amenities for this destination.
How many holiday homes are on offer in Moldova?
Holidaymakers looking for accommodation in Moldova will be pleased to know that there are 2,088 options on offer, with prices starting from just £14 per night.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a Moldova holiday home?
Yes, there are 100 holiday homes in Moldova that allow pets, with an average price of £60 per night.
What's the best time of year to travel to Moldova?
Book your Moldova holiday in August or April to avoid a washout; these are the months with the least amount of rain.
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