Tag Archives: meet locals in Tiraspol

Cycling team formed in Go Tiraspol Hostel


We are proud to introduce you two great cyclists who decided (independently) to visit Tiraspol on their way around the globe! Meet Gunnar (Norway) and Dejan (Slovenia). It was a first time in the history of Go Tiraspol Hostel when 2 cyclists arrived at the same time from different directions. After they spend some time […]

Sweden is back to Go Tiraspol Hostel


Inspiring couple, lovely guys from Sweden. It was such a pleasure to meet Tore and Ines and talk to them. They where very accurate with the time of arrival and very nice to talk to. It was fun to go and make the prolongation of their stay at the Migration office in the evening. I […]

Viva la Czheck republic travelers


Vojta and Martin are two great backpackers from Czech Republic. We where happy to host them at Go Tiraspol Hostel on Lenin Street.  

First tourist from Shanghai, China at Go Tiraspol Hostel


JIANG from Shanghai China exploring Tiraspol. Long life friendship between Transnsitria, Moldova and China! JIANG from Shanghai China exploring Tiraspol. Long life friendship between Transnsitria, Moldova and China!

First and Great guest from India in our Hostel!


Deb (full name – Debarchan) found us on FB and we continued conversation online while arranging his trip to Transnistria. We finally made it and Deb enjoyed the stay in a Hostel and also the Soviet Tour around the city and Kitskani village. It was an amazing experience hosting such a great guest! The only […]

Spanish guests are fun!


Meet our great guests from Spain! It was fun to host such a wonderful people! They totally destroyed my stereotypes about Spanish people 😉 Wish them the best of luck in their travels!  

Storm in Tiraspol


Today we went on a Soviet tour with Jimmy from Sweden and Diego from Germany. The road leads us around Tiraspol parks,streets and museums and finally we take marshrutka to Kitkani village to see the Monastery. What happened later is a perfect example of how the time managements works in practise 🙂