How to get to Iasi
Iasi is a beautiful city located in the northeastern part of Romania, and it’s a popular destination for travelers from all over the world. If you’re planning a trip to Iasi, you might be wondering how to get there. Here are some of the most common ways to get to Iasi:

By Plane:
The easiest way to get to Iasi is by plane. Iasi International Airport (IAS) is located just 8 kilometers from the city center, and it’s served by several airlines, including Wizz Air, Austrian Airline and Tarom. There are flights to and from cities such as:

Austria Viena
Belgium Bruxelles (Charleroi)
Cyprus Larnaca
Denmark Billund
England Liverpool
London (Luton)
France Paris (Beauvais)
Germany Dortmund
Ireland Dublin
Israel Tel Aviv
Italy Bari
Milano (Bergamo)
Roma (Ciampino)
Veneția (Treviso)
Nederland Eindhoven
Spain Barcelona
Switzerland Basel
Türkiye Istanbul

By Train:
If you prefer to travel by train, Iasi is well-connected to the rest of Romania and other neighboring countries. There are daily trains from Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Brasov, and Timisoara, among others.  The train station is located in the city center, just a short walk from most hotels and attractions.

By Bus:
Another option is to travel by bus. There are several bus companies that operate routes to Iasi from other cities in Romania, such as Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, and Suceava. The bus station is located in the city center, close to the train station.

By Car:
If you prefer to drive, you can rent a car in Bucharest or another major city and drive to Iasi. The distance from Bucharest to Iasi is about 400 kilometers, and the journey takes around 6 hours. The roads are generally good, but be aware that some parts of the road might be under construction.