A EUROPEAN holiday hotspot that has yet to become popular with British tourists could make for a very cheap break – especially for wine lovers.
Not only is the country known for its wine, but it even has a huge underground system with 'booze trains' taking you around
Moldova, a landlocked country in Europe that hopes to become part of the EU, is often overlooked by travellers.
The country has just 2.5million people, with more than 800,000 living in the capital Chisinau.
And fewer than 350,000 tourists visited the country last year – compared to 71million tourists visiting Spain in 2022.
However, it makes for an interesting – and cheap – holiday destination.
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A study by Bounce found that the average bottle of wine costs just £3.52 in the country.
And it has some of the highest percentage of vineyards in Europe, around 3.6 per cent of the country.
Therefore it isn't surprising that it is home to the largest wine collection in the world.
The cellars at wine-making plant Milestii Mici are in the Guinness World Record Books, with more than 1.5million bottles of wine underground.
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