The National Gagauzian Museum of History and Ethnography in Beșalma village reflects the history, lifestyle and culture of Gagauz people till present times. The Gagauz people are a Turkish group living in southern Moldova. The gagauz language is listed by UNESCO as a definitely endangered language. Visitors of museum will get acquainted with the colorful wedding ceremonies, customs and traditions of the Gagauz people.
Visit of a local winery. Wine tasting of the best wines of the company paired with gagauz traditional meals. Gagauz cuisine is unique. It draws on the nomadic past of the Gagauz people; many dishes feature milk, cottage cheese, and meat. Some of the most popular Gagauz dishes are: gozleme, hand-rolled sheep cheese pastry, and mandgya, a sauce with meat and red pepper pasta.
Comrat is the capital of the Autonomous Territorial Unit of Gagauzia. The first official reference to the city dates to 1789. Comrat is situated in an important Moldovan winemaking region. Many wineries are located around the town and within the territory of Gagauzia, e.g.