Iasi, Moldavia, Romania.

Iasi, Moldavio, Romania

Iasi Map, Moldavio, Romania

Hotels in Iasi

Hotel Unirea
Direction: Anastasie Panu,5
Description of the hotel: The rooms are of average size and they offer comfort.
The restaurant is presented well and is attractive.
This is a symbolic hotel that is in the center of the city.

Hotel Astoria
Direction: Lapusneanu,1
Description: The hotel exists from 1923 and has been renewed several times.
Nevertheless it preserves the architecture of the beginning of the 20th century, but the interior installation is completely modern and current.
In whole there are 55 rooms, of them 15 individuals, 34 doubles and 6 suites.

Also has safe, restaurant, connection to internet and service of laundry, also it has a pub and a center of conferences.
The hotel is an ideal place so much for those who travel for pleasure as for those who do it for business.

Information about the city
Its one of the cities with major population and importance of Romania and the historical capital of the region of Moldavia.
As for his population it is necessary to underline that Iasi from his beginning that date back to the middle age has been characterized for being a multicultural city, and with an important diversity of creeds.
With the information of the census of 2002 the city has 323.000 inhabitants, who split ethnically between Romanian, gypsy, German,Hungarian and Jews.
Iasi is an important commercial, industrial center and culture.
There stand out the iron and steel, chemical industries (antibiotics), textile and food.
It was the city first in having university.

In spite of have been destroyed for Tartar (1513), Turks (1538) and Russian (1686), Iasi it preserves many ancient constructions, like the magnificent church Trei Ierarhi (Three Leaders), built in 1639 and the Monastery Golia that dates of the 17th century.

The Palace of Culture, Iasi, Moldavia, Romania.

The Palace of Culture, Iasi, Moldavia, Romania.

Also there is the Palace of Culture of neogothic style, constructed at the beginning of century; opposite him one finds the statue of Esteban Big (1457-1504), the prince moldavo that more success had in the resistance against the Turks.