Four tourist routes could connect the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, promoting tourism in the Nistru river basin at European level.
The routes were developed within a round table on ‘Sustainable tourism as a driving force for regional development: the experience of the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine’, which took place on 1 October in Orhei, Moldova. The event was organised with the support of the EU-funded ‘Confidence-Building Measures’ programme implemented by the UNDP, which contributes to strengthening trust among populations on both banks of the Nistru river, through their involvement in joint development projects.
Each of the four new routes will focus on a special theme (medieval fortresses, wineries, rural-ecological tourism, and spiritual sites), and will connect the Republic of Moldova, including the region on the left bank of the Nistru, and Ukraine.
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