2 Excursions in One Day Milestii Mici Winery and Tiraspol Transnistria
Excursions to Milestii Mici Winery and Tiraspol Transnistria. We will be driving a distance of approximately 20-miles (30 km) from Chisinau. Once there, you'll have an excellent opportunity to visit one of the oldest wine production sites in Moldova – the wine cellar "Milestii Mici". The total length of underground streets reaches approximately 125-miles (200 km), and its depth varies between approximately 130-270 feet (40-85 meters). Here you can see more than 2 million bottles, which have been recorded in the Guinness Book of Records in 2005.
Your trip will continue in Transnistria region, Tiraspol city, the capital of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic. The town was founded thanks to the Peace Treaty of Jassy, which was concluded after the Russian-Turkish War (1787-91) between Turkey and Russia.
After breakfast, we will be driving a distance of approximately 20-miles (30 km) from Chisinau. Normal temperatures range from 54-58° F (12-14 ° C) and humidity is approximately 85-95%. These conditions of basements ideally contribute to the conservation of the natural bouquet of wines. "Golden Collection," the world's largest collection of bottles with vine, as evidenced by the fact that they store the best valuable wines. Here you can see more than 2 million bottles, which have been recorded in the Guinness Book of Records in 2005. Our team organizes unforgettable walking excursions along the streets of the kingdom. You will feel the saturated splendor of the wine's aroma. Also visit the cellar store, where you can purchase a bottle of wine right from the heart of the winery.
The excursion includes: 1.5 - 2 hours excursion comprising round-trip travel time, exploring the streets of the underground city, the "Golden Collection," a visit of the specialized wine shop "Milestii Mici," and two types of wine tasting.
Your trip will continue to the Transnistria region, Tiraspol city, the capital of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic. The town was founded through the Peace Treaty of Jassy, which ended the Russian-Turkish War (1787-91) between Turkey and Russia. According to this Treaty, Turkey ceded Russia the region of Ochakov that included the land between the rivers Dniester and Southern Bug.
Centuries have passed. City Tiraspol began to extend and during the construction of Suvorov micro district from the fortress remains only one powder vault of bastion "Saint Vladimir". In 2014, in one of the vault was opened an exposition dedicated to the fortress of Tiraspol, in the other one - a church.
If you wish, a stop can be made for dinner or lunch in one of the best restaurants in Tiraspol.