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23 May 2017 | 15:05
Moldova among the top 10 places to visit in Europe in 2017
Moldova ranked 8 in top ten attractive places in Europe for summer, according to Lonely Planet, informs the Tourism Agency in Moldova.
"This country of secret wine cellars and cliff-perched monasteries is truly Europe’s final frontier: little visited, lost in time and always surprising. In Moldova’s capital city Chisinau, leafy boulevards interlace with looming concrete. Its unexpectedly Parisian-style cafe and bar scenes brim with local wine, which continues to rise to acclaim as Moldova plays host to 2017’s Black Sea Wines and Spirits Competition as well as the annual ExpoVin.

Sip the best drops in Milestii Mici’s gothic-attired cellars, housing the world’s largest wine collection. Explore sacred Orheiul Vechi, encircled by chalk cliffs, or lonely riverside monasteries like Saharna and Tipova. East of the Nistru  River is the self-declared Transnistria, a region locked in the Soviet past".
 
Top 10 destinations for summer holidays in Europe: 1. Zagreb, Croatia; 2. Gotland, Sweden; 3. Galicia, Spain; 4. Northern Montenegro; 5. Leeds, Great Britain; 6. Alentejo, Portugal; 7. Northern Germany; 8. Moldova; 9. Pafos, Cyprus and 10. Le Havre, France.
 
Lonely Planet's Best in Europe 2017 covers hotlist of destinations across the continent to visit this summer.
 
“Lonely Planet” is a travel guide founded in 1972, with about 300 authors, being one of the first official publications specialized in editing travel guides for low-income tourists.
 

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