From Chisinau, Bucharest, Romania is 220 miles (354 kilometers) to the southwest from here and Eger, Hungary is about 400 miles (644 kilometers) to the west.
To find fragrant blooms and bird song in Chisinau, head to one of it well-designed green spaces. Some of the most popular parkes to explore on warm days are Cathedral Park, Valea Morilor and the equally tranquil Stefan Cel Mare Park.
Among the best heritage attractions in the area is the Holy Gates. Educational and fascinating, it should definitely be on your itinerary. Check out the site, take photos and learn about the history that makes it so significant.
Get a taste of local history by taking a tour of the National History Museum, one of the main history museums. Walk along the center’s peaceful corridors and examine the centuries-old exhibits on display.
Set aside a few hours to explore the Pushkin Museum, one of the most popular museums in Chisinau. Enjoy the quiet spaces, ask the staff about the historical themes, grab something from the gift shop or just admire the echoes of the past.
The Kishinev Cathedral is a long-standing religious building that is well worth checking out. Visit the historic site to learn about its history as well as to admire the architecture.
The ecological preserves around Chisinau give visitors an insight into the animals and plants which inhabit the local area. To hike around one of the most visited nature preserves, head to Rose Valley.