Moldova is known for its natural landscapes and its history. The country is also known for its wine cellars. The country is home to some of the largest cellars in the world and tourists are offered tours across these cellars. There is also the National Museum of History which has art and ethnographic collections which are exhibited to visitors in the country.
In 2016, 1.48 million tourists visited Moldova. This number was down 1.7% from 2015. A large portion of the tourists who visit the country is from Romania and Ukraine. The country has established a visa-free regime for some countries to boost the number of foreign tourists who visit the country.
Citizens of the United States, Canada, Japan, Switzerland, and Turkey can visit Moldova without a visa.