Short Term Accommodation in iasi
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Short-term accommodation in Iasi
Iasi is the most important city in the province of Moldova and one of the oldest cities in Romania. With a rich history, Iasi is the cultural capital of Moldova. Short-term accommodation in Iasi means great houses that make you feel like you're back in the Victorian era, apartments with breathtaking views, spacious houses with modern facilities and comfortable and affordable homes. The short-term rentals for accommodation in Iasi give you the opportunity to experience the city like a local, in homes full of character and history.
Top attractions in Iasi
In Iasi there are nearly 100 Orthodox churches, mostly located in the Golden Plateau, the city core, around which everything was developed. The oldest, St. Nicholas Church, is dating from the time of Stefan cel Mare. The most beautiful churches are the Metropolitan Cathedral St. Paraskeva, the largest Orthodox Church in Romania, and the Church of the Holy Three Hierarchs, an example of Byzantine art, decorated by the process of "embroidery in stone".
The Palace of Culture is a remarkable Gothic-style building with 365 rooms and extravagant furniture that is worth visiting because it hosts the Gheorghe Asachi Library and four of the city museums. For fans of museums, the most important are the Moldova National Museum Complex (reuniting the Moldova Ethnographic Museum, the Art Museum, the History Museum of Moldova and the Museum of Science and Technology), the Museum of Natural Sciences and the Theatre Museum.
What to do in Iasi
Iasi is a city of culture. The Moldova Philharmonic offers exceptional performances and the Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre, named after its founder, is one of the most elegant buildings in Romania. Discover the city on foot and walk through the neighborhood Ticau, an old residential neighborhood. Visit the Copou Park, where it’s said the poet Mihai Eminescu wrote some of his best works, and the Anastasius Fatu Botanical Garden, the oldest and largest in Romania.
A great university center, Iasi is a city with lots of shops, malls and shopping center. The nightlife is thriving, and the city abounds in restaurants, bars and clubs. If you want to try Grasa of Cotnari at home, go to the Iasi Vineyards.
How to get to Iasi
In Iasi there are two train stations, connecting the city with all major cities in Romania, and an international airport. Iasi is easily accessible from Bucharest and a trip takes about an hour by plane and six hours by train or car.