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2 Hour Iasi Walking Tour
"Enjoy a short tour of Iasi the most impressive city in North-East of Romania and get an idea of the beauty and history of this city. This walking tour is the best way to get an idea about the city in a short time. From the Palace of Culture to the Union Square the tour wil Moldavia’s largest town the main educational center known as the city of the great ideas or the city of the seven hills like Rome or Lisbon. Capital of Romanian United Principalities two times between 1859-1862 and 1916-1918 at this moment Iasi is considered Romania’s Cultural Capital. You will discover some of the highlights such as Golia Monastery a 17th century monastery situated in the heart of the city with its Clock Tower
From EUR75.00
 
Iasi City Private Tour
"You will enjoy a few pleasant hours in one of the largest cities in Romania. In Iasi you will enter a bohemian atmosphere present in the town’s old parts and surroundings but also it brings to you an animated occidental lifestyle. Our tour starts at the an edifice built in neogothic style on the old ruins of the mediaeval Royal Court the city’s symbol where you will meet with your travel guide who will introduce you to the town’s history. In our tour you will have the opportunity to visit all the main attractions most of them being situated in the proximity of Stefan Cel Mare Street an animated promenade place with coffee shops terraces and stores. The religious interests of the city are also part of our tour. We’ll be visiting the Three Hierarchs Church and the Metropolitan Cathedral. On our walking tour you will have the chance to admire the Roznovanu Palace built in the 18th century
From EUR36.00
 
Iasi Half Day Private City Tour
"In your half day tour in one of the oldest cities in Romania you will discover the town’s unique style shaped by hundreds of years of history culture and religious life.At the beginning of the tour when you’ll meet with the travel guide you will admire the Palace of Culture the symbol of Iasi built in neogothic style which served as Administrative and Judicial Palace until 1955. Also we will enjoy a walk in the palace’s charming garden. Most of the main attractions are situated in the area of Stefan Cel Mare Boulevard one of the most vivid places in town situated in the city center. Our walking tour includes two of the most representative religious images of Iasi: the Three Hierarchs Church and the Metropolitan Cathedral. On the same street we will find the Roznovanu built between 1830 and 1833 host to the city hall and the oldest theatre in the country
From EUR23.00

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Be Precious

Great pace to buy precious gifts for friends and family that appreciate quality and elegance. Very nice choices for jewelry with precious and semiprecious stones, luxury handmade crystal items, niche...
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Get a Cheap "Eiffel" Thrill

Can't afford a trip to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower? The next best thing (at least in Iasi), is stopping by Grand Hotel Traian, which was also designed by the infamous Gustave Eiffel. Erected seven...
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Visit Another Monastery

The Barboi Church (or Barboi Monastery) is another religious landmark in Iasi. The current church was built in 1841 and apparently a fantastically-painted interior. Again, I say "apparently" because...
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Stay Safe in a Fortified Monastery

Golia Monastery is surrounded by tall, thick walls. In fact, I almost couldn't be bothered to find the entrance! However, I walked around to Str Cuza Voda and found an entrance at a high belfry tower...
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Terrific (or Terrible?) Taxidermy!

Iasi's Natural History Museum is a treasure-trove of taxidermied animals. And stop. There's not much more to say (check out the seriously creepy seal in the attached photo). Oh, I could add that...
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Revel in Romantic Literary Greatness

I think one of the coolest places in Iasi is Parc Piata Eminescu, which is a little park located beside Piata Mihai Eminescu. As I've previously noted, Iasi proudly celebrates its literary heritage....
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Back to School

Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University) is the oldest university in Romania. It's alumni include Corneliu Codreanu, the founder of Romania's far-right fascist organization...
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Go Even Deeper in Romania's Literary History

I think it's pretty impressive that Iasi is home not only to the Museum of Old Moldavian Literature, but a second museum of literature as well- the Pogor House Literary Museum (also known as the...
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Dodge Crumbling Statues

Occupying a small park behind the Student Culture House is Voievodes Statuary. "Voievode" used to mean "lord" or "prince" in the language of early Moldavia, and today the Voievodes Statuary is home to...
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Celebrate Saint Nicholas

Dedicated to Saint Nicholas, Royal Saint Nicholas Church in Iasi is a quaint little church and the oldest church in the city that continues to occupy its original site (though it has been rebuilt...
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Queue to Touch a Saint

I seriously had one of my most embarrassing moments ever at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Iasi. The Metropolitan Cathedral is the largest Orthodox Church in Romania, and as I happened to be walking...
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Explore a Subterranean Market

Marked by its street-level glass dome, Iasi's Hala Centrala (Central Market) is actually located below ground. Descend into the market and you'll find a veritable smorgasbord of Romanian specialties,...
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Read Some Old Moldavian Literature

Located beside the Palace of Culture, the tiny Museum of Old Moldavian Literature is house in one of Iasi's oldest buildings (Casa Dosoftei). The building originally served as the headquarters of the...
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Check Out These Museums... in 2012!

Closed for renovations at the time of my visit, the Palace of Culture is Iasi's most recognizable edifice. It is normally home to four museums that, together, make up the Moldova National Museum...
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Piata Unirii St., No. 5, Iasi, Romania
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Anastasie Panu St 31, Iasi, 6600, Romania
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