Perhaps, in the entire Pridnestrovian region, one cannot find a settlement with such a unique history as that of Bender. The first settlement appeared here in the 3rd century BC. NS. and later it began to grow and became part of the Old Russian state. Over the past 6 centuries, the fate of Bender has changed dramatically. The city changed hands several times, alternately becoming a part of the Moldavian principality, Romania, Turkey, Russia, and then Moldova, so that Bender streets have retained the imprint of all the significant events of each of these states. Today Bendery is one of the largest cities in the unrecognized Transnistria, with the formation of which a new page in the history of the city began..
Bender - acquaintance with the city
According to experienced travelers, the tourist infrastructure in the city is currently not at the highest level, so it is best to explore the city on your own. To simplify your task, it is advisable to compile for yourself a special list of places from which to start your journey..
The central street of the city. Green, calm and well-groomed, and therefore is a favorite destination for tourists. Here you can take colorful photos and see beautiful sights. There are cozy cafes all along the street, so it's not a problem here to have a good rest after a tiring walk..
Known for being renamed most often - 5 times. Having made a walk along Suvorov Street, you can clearly see how the city lived in different eras, so getting to know it will be very useful for tourists who want to study the history of the city in more detail..
It is not as attractive to tourists as the previous two, but it can also be of interest to experienced travelers, since unique architectural monuments are still preserved here. It is also useful for a tourist to include it in his route, and because Lazo Street is the final destination of many public transport routes, so from here you can easily go to any corner of Bender.
At one time this place was very lively, as there was a large transport hub on the embankment. Pleasure boats started from here, so there was no end of tourists. But the recent war had a very negative impact on the state of the embankment, from which in many places there were only ruins. However, the restoration is in full swing, so if new troubles do not happen, then soon this Bender corner will bloom again in all its glory.