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Cross border Tourism -2 (proximity to Iasi)

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Cross border Tourism -2 (proximity to Iasi)

Tourist destinations 3 days/2 nights

Day 1:

  • Visit to the Museum of History and Ethnography. Here there are over ten thousand exhibits, grouped into collections of archaeology, folk wear, barks and carpets, traditional fabrics, household utensils, numismatics, photos, old books and documents, art.
  • Visit to the building of the Railway Station. It is the most important railway junction in the western part of the Republic of Moldova. Here the trains coming out of the Republic of Moldova go from wide gauge (Soviet standard) to normal gauge (European standard).
  • Visit to the Eiffel Bridge. It is a metal bridge over the Prut between Ungheni (Republic of Moldova) and Ungheni commune (Romania). The bridge was designed and built by Gustave Eiffel, who had been invited to Ungheni by the Bessarabian Railways Directorate. The official name was adopted on April 20, 2012, during the Meeting of Ungheni City Council.
  • Walking in the downtown (Chestnut Alley, Independence Square & the Pedestrian fountain, Square „Grigore Vieru”, Park ”Micul Cluj”).

Day 2:

  • Visit to the The Museum Complex “Yard of the Caring Grandmothers. It is a perfect option to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax.
  • Visit to the Peter I’s table or the historical place named ‚‚Zamka’’ in the village Semeni, commune Zagarancea, where centuries ago it is assumed that the ruler of Moldavia Dimitrie Cantemir and the Russian Tsar Peter I had met. A table was dug here where the boyars sat and paid their respects. The locals call it „Zamka”.
  • Visit to the Jewish Cemetery in the village Sculeni with specific stone monuments;
  • Walking on Stefan cel Mare Pedestrian Street which suits lovers of art, music, walks, shopping, history and religion, something good to eat or drink or sports (there are young people who were doing various schemes with the skateboard, bicycles or scooters). Practically any tourist can find something to enjoy this place.

Day 3:

  • Visit to the Botanical Garden “Anastasie Fatu” in Iasi, the oldest botanical garden in Romania, which covers approximately 100 ha, including lakes and mineral water springs. The most extensive sector, dedicated to the flora and vegetation of Romania, has an area of 25 hectares. The complex of 12 greenhouses illustrates aspects of the flora and vegetation of the world: Mediterranean, tropical, subtropical plants (with a rich collection of cacti), ornamental flowers etc.
  • Visit to the National Museum Complex Moldova Iasi​. With its headquarters at the Palace of Culture, the Complex includes 4 museums of national level, a center for research and conservation – restoration of the National Cultural Heritage and six museum objectives located on the territory of Iasi City and County, respectively.
  • Visit to Ion Creanga’s Bojdeuca, a house in the Ticau sector, Iasi, where the great storyteller Ion Creanga lived between 1872 and 1889. The threshold of this house was also crossed by Mihai Eminescu, a good friend of Creanga. The cottage, with two rooms on either side of an entrance hall, became a memorial museum on April 15, 1918, with restorations taking place in 1942 and 1985. The house is registered in the List of historical monuments, having the code IS-IV-m-B-04328. Ion Creanga’s Bojdeuca is the first memorial house in Romania. The first museographer who introduced Bojdeuca to those who came to visit it had the right to live in the small kitchen to the left of the entrance, together with his wife, three children and grandmother.

This tourist package allows you to visit the sights of Ungheni City and Iasi City in Romania, where you will be able to contemplate the natural beauty combined with cultural sites of historical importance of the Romanian nation.

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