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Explore the City

Iasi is the most important political, economic and cultural centre of the province of Moldavia as well as one of the oldest cities in Romania. Located in the northeastern part of the country, Iasi was for many centuries the crossing point of the most important commercial routes linking Poland, Hungary, Russia and Constantinople.

You can go to Iasi with car, train or plane.

Public transport in Iasi

RATP (the local public transport company) provides public transit within the Iasi city and operates an extensive network using 150 trams (electric trams began operating in Iasi in 1898) and 100 buses .

How to reach Iasi

by rail

The train station, Central Rail Station serves the city and is operated by Romanian Railways (CFR).

The Central Rail Station, located about 1.5 km to the city centre, provides direct rail connections to all the major Romanian cities and to Chisinau. The rail stations are very well connected to all the parts of the city by the trams, and buses of the local public transport company, RATP.


by air

Iasi Airport Terminal Iasi is served by the Iasi International Airport (IAS) located 8 km east of the city centre. The airport has nonstop flights to and from Bucharest, Budapest, Timisoara and Vienna.

The Iasi Airport is connected to the city only by taxi.


by road

Iasi is connected to European route E85/E583 with Bucharest through a four lane express road.

Driving directions at
More information about Iasi you can find here or here.
A map of the city with the sconference site can be downloaded.



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