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Chisinau has very few city attractions to entice visitors to come to the city and the Train station is one of the few attractions. It is also where you can buy tickets to other parts of Europe. I visited the place because I had to...More
Moldova is Europe`s poorest country and you can see that when one walks the town. The train station has been renewed but is still very gloomy and reminds me of Soviet Union. There is not much to do here, no kiosk, shopping etc. In front...More
We had a trip from Chisinau to Bucharest. The building is renewed, it looks more or less ok. But the train looks and is very old, smelly, dusty and dirty. Although the train attendant was nice and helped us with the luggage. The toilet was...More
I took the train from Bucarest to Chisinau and loved the experience, because I really love trains. The train station is pretty old school. Also comprised of details that make you appreciate the conflict within the country between pro-Russia and pro-EU factions. The replaced Soviet...More
Chişinău railway station is the main railway station serving Chişinău, Moldova. It is located in a central area, on 1 Aleea Garii, not far from the centre of the city. The architect is H Lonsky and the station opened 1871. I came with the night...More
I arrived in Chisnau by train, the entire station is modern, clean and the building is newly restored. Lots of marble and a feeling of grandiour. Outide there is a bus station and a market with hundreds of stalls selling all kinds of old communist...More
Wandered around the city and reached this place eventually - you can hop on a bus and it will usually take you to the vicinity. Impressive building from outside and interesting to see where all the trains go, it's a nice quaint station and well...More