Iaşi travel guide

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You're Going to Love Iasi

Romania's fourth-largest city is a cultural delight. Bubbling with youthful energy, full of beautiful churches, bars, and restaurants, Iasi is a laid-back destination that's always a joy to visit.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Iasi

When to Visit Iasi

Late spring and early summer is a great time to visit. It's before the intense heat of mid summer and the roses are in bloom. June also sees Iasi's Afterhills music and arts festival roll into town - with dance, art, and plenty of music.

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How to Get to Iasi

Airports near Iaşi

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Where to Stay in Iasi

Standout hotels in Iasi include the 5-star Pleiada Boutique Hotel and the luxurious Unirea Hotel and Spa.

Popular Neighborhoods in Iasi

Where to stay in popular areas of Iaşi

Most booked hotels in Iaşi

How to Get Around Iasi

The Cost of Living in Iasi

Shopping Streets

City center malls like Hala Centrala are great places to shop for clothing or local foods, while alternatives include Era Pacurari in the far west of the city and Iulius Mall near the university.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets include Profi, Auchan, and Kaufland, where 12 eggs will come to around RON6.50.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
£3.74
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
£36.91
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
£0.38
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
£1.05

Where to Eat in Iasi

Iasi is experiencing something of a gourmet food boom right now, with options for everyone's palate. Check out Cuib, where raw and vegan food is on the agenda, La Castel, where there's a strong French influence and Buena Vista - an intriguing Romanian/Latin American fusion. Meals should cost around RON40.