During the period of February 23-26, 2023, the Republic of Moldova was present at Romania’s Tourism Fair ROMEXPO, one of the most important events in the tourism industry in the region.
Moldova’s country booth showcased a diverse range of attractions and captivating offers for tourists interested in exploring the beauty of this destination.
The attractive offers for travelers interested in exploring the Republic of Moldova were represented by an impressive delegation consisting of multiple actors from the tourism industry:
🍷7 wineries: Purcari Wines, Cricova winery, Chateau Vartely winery, Mileștii Mici and Asconi Winery, Castel Mimi, Mircești winery.
🌏 4 tour operators: Tatrabis DMC, Enjoy Moldova by Solei Tourism, Panda Tur, Corina Travel Agency.
🏠 1 guesthouse: „La Tudora”,
📍 3 regional tourist destinations: Cahul Region, Ungheni Region, and Visit Chișinău.
In 2022, 13.3% of international travelers who visited Moldova were from Romania. Therefore, tourism service providers are focusing on promoting and establishing long-term partnerships with representatives of the tourism industry in Romania.
This year, at the Moldova booth (Pavilion B2, Stand 28), informative materials and attractive content were distributed, such as the tourist map of the Republic of Moldova, the Visit Chișinău brochure, informative materials dedicated to wine tourism, Moldovan wines, cycling routes in the southern area, the Cultural-Touristic Events Agenda for 2023 and tourist offers presented by tour operators, guesthouses, wineries, and regions.
At the Moldova booth, we were honored by the presence of Mr. Angel Iulian Călin, State Secretary within the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Tourism.
Exhibition visitors had the opportunity to participate in wine tastings, an excellent opportunity for them to savor the best internationally awarded Moldovan wines and learn more about the latest developments in the field. They also had the chance to discover a variety of authentic cultural experiences.
The country booth presence was made possible thanks to the financial support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Moldova, the strategic support of the Rural Competitiveness and Resilience Project in Moldova funded by USAID Moldova, in collaboration with Invest Moldova Agency, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Moldova, the Cahul and Ungheni Regions, the Tourism Cluster “VIA Cahul,” and the Chișinău City Hall.