- Not to be confused with Moldova, the neighbouring country.
|Upper Moldavia (Bacău County, Neamț County, Botoșani County)|
|Lower Moldavia (Iași County, Galați County, Vrancea County, Vaslui County)|
- Iași — the main city, former residence of Moldavian voivodes, important Romanian cultural and business center, university city
- Ruginoasa — Alexandru Ioan Cuza memorial palace
- Hârlău — museum of vineyard and wine, vineyards of Cotnari nearby
- Miclăușeni — monastery and Sturdza castle
- Hadâmbu and Dobrovăț monasteries
- Cucuteni — neolithic archeological site
- Huși - vineyards nearby
- Bacău — an important Moldavian city with 200,000 people, village of Ardeoani - George Enescu memorial house
- Slănic Moldova - spa resort with mineral waters
- Focșani - wine region
- Mărășești - known for the fights in the World War I
- Dorohoi - nearby the village of Ipotești with Mihai Eminescu, romanian national poet, memorial house
- Piatra Neamț - monastery of Bistrița nearby
- Bicaz — a good base for nearby lakes, canyon, and Eastern Carpathians, Izvorul Muntelui lake
- Târgu Neamț - Neamț citadel, Agapia and Neamț monasteries and the memorial house of the famous writer Ion Creangă
- 1 Sturdza Castle (Castelul Sturdza).
- Izvorul Muntelui Lake
- Ceahlău mountain
- Bicaz Gorge (Cheile Bicazului).
- Bicăjel Gorge (Cheile Bicăjelului).
- Șugău Gorge (Cheile Șugăului).
- Piatra Neamţ
- Vatra Dornei
- Piatra Neamţ - Hard enduro contests
Most popular drink in Lower Moldavia (Ţara de Jos a Moldovei) is wine from the vineyards of Cotnari, Panciu, Odobeşti, Huşi.