Imagine aeriană a Cheilor Bicazului
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Road near Iași
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What to do this autumn in Moldova
Some say that there is no better season than autumn for a holiday in Moldova. You may wonder what there is to see and do in Moldova during the months when summer is still making its presence felt.
Well, an already established destination for early autumn, when the leaves are turning rusty and the grapes are almost ripe and juicy are, of course, the wine cellars of Vrancea. A wine tour of Moldova, whether by car or partly by bike, can pleasantly surprise you with a multitude of tourist offers ranging from simple tastings to complete packages with accommodation, half board and adjacent activity possibilities.
The wine route through the historic region of Moldova passes, first of all, through Vrancea. As an extension of the Dealu Mare wine-growing area, ...
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A little further north, nature presents itself in all its splendour to the curious and adventurous tourist who delves into the mysteries and legends of the Ceahlău Massif. The Red Lake (Lacul Roșu) can be considered a starting point for numerous outdoor activities, from walking tours to admire the autumn landscape, to kayak and boat rides, to hiking trails, via ferrata and ascents to breathtaking panoramic points.
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The eastern part of Moldavia is less explored but particularly beautiful. From the village of Lepșa you can set off on a themed hike through the Tișita Gorge - a spectacular trail in early autumn. Camping enthusiasts will find a few places around the Putna waterfall. The more adventurous can try the trails in the Nemira Mountains or the summer bobsleigh run in the Ghimeș-Făget pass area.