The city in the country that doesn’t exists. The facades at the high buildings were cold and from the communist time. We saw different monuments and parks and it was very interesting. We ate at a very nice and restaurant. We recommend to visit this city if you in Moldova.
I have been traveling now for one year and have never felt so schooled whilst staying at any accommodation. They will be nice on the outside but make one little mistake it will be your downfall. The place has no atmosphere or vibe. Every light should be turned off if you not in that area. So half the time walking around in the dark. Paper thin walls so if you make a late phone call or make any noises you will get complaints.
We travelled to Tiraspol from Odessa on Saturday evening by train which was very cheap and easy...although definitely book tickets online and ask the hostel to print so that there is minimal interaction in the station as the staff only speak Ukrainian or Russian, you take the print out from the hostel to the ticket office and they hand over the tickets. Our host in Tiraspol had messaged us earlier that day to confirm our time of arrival and offered to pick us up if we needed it - good job as I am not sure we would have found it otherwise but if this helps the entrance is to the right of the building as you look at it from the front (grand white building), walk down to the right hand side and take the first left through the gate and then the first left again with a small children’s play area on the right hand side, in the back left corner is a metal door with ‘H’ on the door - take the stairs up. We had read some reviews regarding bribery and not to trust the police etc but whilst I can only comment on my experience we haven’t seen any of this. Any foreign national needs to fill in a migration slip at the station which the police talk you through (the policeman on duty that night spoke fluent English!). Upon arrival to the hostel we were shown our room which whilst relatively basic and dated was very clean and tidy. Our host and his family live next door so were available if we needed them. There is one bathroom and a separate toilet which was fine during our stay but might be busy if the hostel was at full capacity. It is in a really good location and everything we visited was easily walkable from the hostel. We only stayed a night on our way through to Chisinau and saw most of the sites in our time but you could also stay an extra night. They have lovely Moldovan wine and are big, big fans of cognac. …
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