Enjoy Valentine’s Day with a glass of wine

Valentine’s Day

The most awaited day by the lovers all over the world is finally here. The day when lovers declare their love in a unique and most memorable way. Nothing is more important than the smile and the twinkle in the eyes of the loved one when you give love.

Although it’s a tradition taken from distant countries, it has great significance for us, too. If You are looking for an original gift for Valentine’s Day, Solei-Turism travel agency comes with the best solution – spend a wonderful day at one of the famous wineries of Moldova.

Do you want to experience the most amazing Valentine’s Day? We encourage you to refer to our services for spending an unforgettable evening with your second half at one of the chateau wineries of Moldova. On the celebration day, 14 February, the wineries open their doors and are pleased to serve you the most delicious dishes complemented with wines of the highest quality which have as well been recognized abroad.

You will have a trip through wine cellars, You will visit the industrial and the historical sides of the winery and You will have a great wine tasting with lunch or dinner. The complexes also offer their comfortable hotels to make your night romantic, sitting by the fireplace in a fairy-tale atmosphere.

On this enchanted day, the couple can spend time in an intimate atmosphere in one of the hotels in the capital. As in other years, Chisinau hotels have prepared tempting offers for Valentine’s Day. The feast usually begins with a spicy party with lots of music and champagne

How is celebrated Valentine’s Day in Romania & Moldova

Dragobetele is the Roman’s traditional celebration of love, Dragobetelecelebrated on the 24th of February. It is the equivalent of Valentine’s Day celebrated in the West. This popular holiday, called also Head Spring or Birds’ Fiancé was associated with spring, with renascence and hope.

In the popular mythology, this day belongs exclusively to Dragobete (also known as Dragomir), the God of Youth, of eternal love and people in love.

Dragobetele differs from the gentle Saint Valentine, being a handsome man, with an impetuous temperament, traditionally celebrated by running after girls and stealing kisses from them.

How is celebrated Valentine’s Day all around the world

China. Chinese people have celebrated their own “Day of Love” for centuries. It’s name is “Qixi Festival,” which means “The Night of Seven,” and is celebrated usually in early August, on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month. Lovers celebrated in the temple by praying to the gods for marriage, love and happiness.

In Japan, during this holidays, women give men chocolate of various types, depending on the type of relationship between the two: Gray-choko for bosses, colleagues and friends, Giri for obligations and Honma-chock for boyfriends, husbands and lovers, and is handmade by the women that offer it.

In Wales, during this day people offer carved wooden spoons, a symbol of love, in memory of Dwywen, patron of lovers.

In Britain, in the night between 13 and 14 February, women put bay leaves under the pillow to dream about their fate. Another custom is that women write their lover’s name on a paper, then put it into a silver ball and then let go of the silver balls in a river or stream. The lucky man whose ball surface first is the first to marry his girlfriend that year.

Denmark. A popular Danish Valentine’s Day tradition is the exchange of “lover’s cards”. On February 14th, men give women gaekkebrev, a “joking letter” consisting of a funny poem written on intricately cut paper and signed only with anonymous dots. If a woman who receives the gaekkebrev can correctly guess the sender, she earns herself an Easter egg later that year.

Brazil.  Brazilians skip the February 14th celebration and instead celebrate Dia dos Namorados, on June 12th. In addition to the usual exchanges of chocolates and flowers, music festivals and performances are held throughout the country. In Brazil, people celebrate this day of love by exchanging gifts and sharing dinner with friends and relatives, too.

We are pleased to offer our care and be the messengers of Cupid in this very special day!

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