If you’re thinking of Moldova as your next destination you might want to start processing all the documents needed before you travel.
One of the most important things to keep in mind is that you will need a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Eritrea to get into the country, you can easily apply just by going to the iVisa.com website, and in case you need more information on how to process a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Eritrea before you hit the apply now button, check out our FAQs section down below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is COVID-19 vaccine required to enter the country?
No, the COVID-19 vaccine is still not mandatory to enter the Republic of Moldova. However, for those who received both doses of the vaccine already, there must be a 14 days period after the second dose was applied and a COVID-19 vaccination card or electronic proof for the vaccine must be presented during the arrival to the country.
PCR Test required to enter the country?
If the traveler hasn't received both doses of the vaccine yet, they'll have to present a PCR or Antigen test with a negative result, and the time for the test being no longer than 72 hours before the date of arrival.
Quarantine required upon arrival in the country?
Travelers will have to fill out a form and agree to stay in quarantine for at least 14 days upon arrival in the country in case they don’t count with one of the documents previously mentioned (PCR, COVID-19 vaccination card).
However, travelers who present at least one of these certificates will be exempt from self-isolation.
Which basic requirements do I have to meet to apply for a Moldova eVisa?
To apply for the Moldova eVisa for citizens of Eritrea with iVisa.com you need to have the following documents ready:
- A passport with at least 1 blank page and 3 months validity from the departure date.
- Valid document for 3 months after the arrival date.
- A recent passport-size photo.
- Valid Email address in which you'll receive your Moldova eVisa for citizens of Eritrea as a PDF file.
- Your return ticket.
- Cover letter.
- Some proof of Travel Medical Insurance.
- Bank statement.
- An Invitation letter, hotel reservation, or any type of proof of accommodation.
- A valid method of payment such as credit/debit card.
- A selfie holding the physical credit card used for the payment (if applicable).
How many entries does the Moldova eVisa permit and for how long is it valid?
The Moldova eVisa for citizens of Eritrea is a single entry visa and will last only for 90 days after arrival.
What's the time frame and cost for the eVisa to be processed
iVisa.com offers three processing options for you to choose according to your needs:
- Standard Processing Time: Takes 16 days and costs USD 90.00 for your Moldova eVisa for citizens of Eritrea to be ready.
- Rush Processing Time: It takes 13 days and costs USD 110.00.
- Super Rush Processing Time: Takes 11 days and costs USD 140.00.
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Where can I find more information?
For more doubts about how to apply for a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Eritrea please reach out to our dedicated customer support team, available 24/7 and free of charge.
A walk through the Moldovan history
One of the favorite places for travelers while visiting Moldova it's the National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History, located in the country's capital, the city of Chișinău, and founded in 1889 this museum is a great place for travelers that appreciate heritage tourism and want to discover the amount of history that the Republic of Moldova has to offer.
This ancient building that some tourists may confuse with a mosque, it's one of the gems of the capital, filled with thrilling displays, the National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History holds a tremendous collection of all kinds of unique expositions, that go from archaeological discoveries to fauna findings in the country, the museum also counts with a precious scientific library and a large selection of displays about the Moldovan culture for those who will enjoy learning more about the country during their trip. The National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History it's also known for being the oldest and yet biggest museum in the Republic of Moldova and some of its valuable pieces like the skeleton of the supergiant dynamite, have been exhibited in other places in the world.