Discover Moldova with #MOLDPRES: Nature reserves - country's green gold as tourist purpose

Discover Moldova with #MOLDPRES: Nature reserves - country's green gold as tourist purpose

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The tourist season begins at the nature reserves of Moldova with the starting of the spring. Most visitors are pupils from education institutions who planned excursions ever since the beginning of the year; yet, these destinations have become interesting for tourists from abroad as well. CE Report quoting Moldpres

The most important nature reserves from the country, The Forests, The Beach Tree Region, Princely Forest and the Lower Prut, attracts tourists not only through natural landscapes, rare species of flora and fauna, but also through the arrangement of tourist itineraries, information centres and some of them have accommodation/camping places or museums of nature.

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