Gagaúzia, formally known as the Autonomous Territorial Unit of Gagauzia (Gagauz Yeri), is an autonomous region of Moldova. Its name comes from the Gagauz people.
Gagauzia is divided into three districts. It also is split into four enclaves. The main, central enclave includes the cities Comrat and Ceadîr-Lunga and is divided into two districts with those cities serving as administrative centers. The second largest enclave is located around the city of Vulcănești, while two smaller enclaves are the villages of Copceac and Carbalia. The village of Carbalia falls under administration of Vulcănești, while Copceac is part of the Ceadir-Lunga district.
Comrat is 99 kilometres south from Chisinau. Take a marshrutka from Gara de Sud, every hour till 6:00pm, takes about 2-3 hours.
Gagauzia has very good and cheap wines. Most people make their own wine (white, red, rose, sparkling wine). If you can't buy one of these, you can also buy them f.e. Vino Komrata in the center of Comrat (Lenin Street), best bring you own plastic bottles. From 12 leu/liter
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