MOLDOVA TRAVEL TIPS | Is Moldova Worth Visiting? Posted on August 29, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels MOLDOVA private jet rental property tips travel travel vlog vacation Visiting Worth 50 thoughts on “MOLDOVA TRAVEL TIPS | Is Moldova Worth Visiting?” Buna Ziua – means Good Day 🙂 And it has nothing to do with Konichiua 🙂 I am moldovian. Thank you for the tour dear Gabriel.Reply Man!.. for a poor country …there ia a lot of Mercedes Benz and BMW'S…🤔…am I missing something..🤔…I guess the cost of living there is probably excellent to acquire vast wealth…which is ironic being the poorest country in Europe..Reply Very beauty full videoReply Please sir need more maldova videosReply REALLY ENJOYING YOUR CONTENT!!!!Reply Hey Gabe! If you come back to Greece, you may want to travel north. I don’t think you have videos from (North) Macedonia, and the ones from Bulgaria were from the northern part of the country. Ohrid is the most beautiful place in Europe. The Rila monastery and Plovdiv are also worth visiting. And now is also the best time to visit the ancient Nesebar and take a swim in the Black Sea. Just offering some suggestions. I love your videos; I feel like I’m traveling too 🙂Reply CoolReply Just came across your site, awesome content well done! Similar to other traditional travel vlogs but you have your own style, good job, I'm a new sub for sure!Reply As an English man and football fan, whenever I see anything to do with Moldova I can't help but think of Tony HawksReply Moldova is like frozen in time. I kind of like it, and would visit, it looks interesting.Reply For a poor country, they sure do drive nice cars. How can they afford it 🤔Reply “Bonichua” buna ziua, meaning, good day.Reply There are no beaters or older cars there. All nicer, newer models for the most part. The economy must be doing ok in that case?Reply Gosh, you could stay longer having gone so far to get there for there's an exploration into old world European places that haven't quite modernized, but cheap and more real world in quality. Their capital city seems like a small town except for the urban graffiti scrawl. I guess walking around at night in areas of cities where you see that could be dangerous if there are street gangs, punks, thugs, and desperate crack and meth addicts as well as armed bandits operating in the area. I guess driving a car around would make as much practical sense same as require in America where public transit is not fully developed and limited only to our funky scary big cities. I did see an electric bus on that road ahead of you attached to overhead power lines just like in San Francisco. I'm only too afraid to go to somewhere like Iran, Iraq, Venezuela, and perhaps Brazil, but maybe the entire world is becoming increasingly dangerous for everyone so you have to now be more cautious than when we were in our 20's.Reply Lots of Bimmers and Benz out there… Even More than in Barcelona lolReply 👍MoldovaReply Transportation is not an issue :))) taxi to any district of the city is ~4$. Just download an app!Reply It is so funny to listen what you are saying… sounds so naive. And see streets that I've been seeing for 30+ years.Reply Moldavian or Romanian language is rather a political question. Just learn some Russian, its ok for Moldova.Reply The languages (Rumanian vs Moldovan) are dialects of each other. Whether you want to consider them separate or not is a political choice. Slovak and Czech are dialects of the same language but they are considered separate for political reasons. Same story with Croatian and Serbian. Another example is Schweizerdeutsch or Swiss German.Rumanian nationalists want to vanquish Moldovan statehood, hence the Transdniester Republic's war of separation. Also this is the political reason for calling the language MOLDOVAN, to establish a Moldovan sense of identity and sovereignty, and to resist Rumanian unionist aggression.Reply It s actualy more like Buenos Dias in spanish cause,you know..romance language!..pronouncing it like…konichiwa…its ridiculous to say the least!Reply Hello from Moldova gabriel!!Reply hello- bună ziua !Reply Gabrielle, we are Moldova, not Romania. Stop comparing us! thankReply BROKEN COUNTRY FULL OF NEW MERCEDES ON THE STREETS. PECULIARReply Buna ziua – vs – Konichiwa / Better, use "hi" like englishReply Moldova and moldavian will starve without help of romanians give them gas electricity free education and passports to be able to work in EU but they are rubbish people call their language moldavian when they speak romanian and in EU say are Russian bend overs the most shit people in EuropeReply Poland ;)))))) we are waiting for you!!Reply I think I'd key those cars, parked sprawled over pavements blocking pedestrians access.Reply Yes I have seen the bald and bankrupt video and he showed the problems in the capital. The room a steal for $4.10.Reply Wow…..seriously uninteresting !Reply bonichiwua ??? as a Romanian native speaker I protest to this new spelling form of damn easy to pronounce latin Buna Ziua…… two words , four letters each. BTW, where are all the Babushkas???? Full 16 minutes of Moldova's cars.Reply BASARABIA E ROMANIA!Reply My thoughts…No.Reply zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzReply Do Bucharest and Belgrade. You will love them!Reply It's nice to see foreigners visit the country it isn't perfect but its getting better hopefully sooner rather than later. Have a great trip.Reply Hi Gabriel, A very interesting assessment of the country it seems to have left you with a further curious view to come back and take another look at this Moldova and see what changes have happen.Reply I'm glad to have helped you at least a little bit understand the complexity of the situation there. I thought this video was very insightful. Thank you.Reply Never heard of Transnistria before, and I've been to Artsakh. Interesting factoid.Reply moldova… the poor man's russia.Reply If you need some help with this city you may contact me I'm living thereReply Worth? Depends wihch country are you from.Reply Why tourists, when coming in Moldova views only bad places like same situations in other country ,in my country is a lot of beautiful places,especially the center of Chisinau or parks, if you understand I explain to you the same problem :its like if I travel to the America and I go only in bad ,murder places of America ,like old buildings or near the trash ,its tragic what's happening here ,its impossible to hide the reality men!!Reply Good video..Looking for moreReply You are a true inspiration for what you do, thanks for existingReply Are you fucking kidding me? Kishinev is a candy store if you like candy!Reply Many expensive late modal cars parked.Reply the most beautiful girls in Moldova❤️Reply Thanks for being gentle with my homeland, I like your awareness of the fact you didn't documented prior to coming, walking randomly down the road looking for perks is not the thing with Moldova. Shame you leaving now, next week will be independence day, would make a great vlog.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.