Getting Around


Getting into Iasi is done either by train or by plane. 

There are five trains a day from Bucharest and the journey takes anywhere from six and a half to seven and a half hours. From the station, trams no. 3, 6 and 7 all go to the central area where the main sights are. 

The airport is served by bus no. 50, which goes to the centre and train station too, and its departures from the airport are conveniently synchronised with flight arrivals.

Tickets for buses and trams cost two lei and can be bought from the kiosks or ticket machines at major stations. Once aboard a vehicle, they must be stamped using the machines onboard. There is a 150 lei fine for those caught no ticket, or an unstamped ticket. 

Taxis are cheap in Iasi and better than buses or trams for longer distances. Just make sure you take a taxi belonging to a trusted taxi company such as Taxi Euro (tel. (+4) 0232 217 217).

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