Discover the countryside of Moldova, its charm and its food!
Do you want to learn how to cook Moldovan traditional food? Today is your lucky day! At "Casa Parinteasca" Craft Centre you will get to know not only the Moldovan traditional costumes and ethnographic customs but you will also learn how to cook the best known Moldavian dish - "sarmale - cabbage or vine leaf rolls".
Here you will enjoy a very special lunch. Traditional dishes will be served with the best local wine, while the organic herbal teas, accompanied by homemade jams will surprise you with their amazing taste.
After lunch, we will visit the Honey Museum from Raciula, learn about the life of bees, taste a different kind of honey and other honey products. On our way back to Chisinau you will visit also Frumoasa Monastery.
Chisinau - the starting point
visit Parents House Museum from Palanca village
visit Honey Museum from Raciula village
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 7 hours
This tour should normally last about 7 hours but could be longer due to traffic conditions
Modern comfortable car with AC
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
300 Moldovan Lei - if you are interested to buy some souvenirs or local honey. 300 Moldovan lei are about 17 US dollars
- Personal Expenses
I am a guide and a driver so I can accompany you everywhere. In my car I can fit up to 3 persons.
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Vitoria was absolutely amazing in setting up and guiding this tour. She is incredibly knowledgeable and shared the deep and complicated history of this country in a compelling and understandable way. This gave me a better understanding and context for the places and people we would meet and interact with. Oh my.... Could I adopt Tatiana as my own grandmother.... Her song to the bride had me in tears... No translation needed. I felt so privileged and welcomed to her family home. I'd go on if I could!