Iasi, the legendary city of Romania, is a city that makes you feel moved just by saying its name. For the Romanian people it has become a symbol.
The beauty of the site, the harmony of the seven hills on which it is built engage us like many others before us to compare the position of the city to that of Rome.
It is enough to think that it is here that we follow the traces of Stephen the Great, of Michael the Brave, of Alexandru Ion Cuza, of Kogalniceanu, that we cross the threshold of the houses where Eminescu, Creanga, Sadoveanu lived, that at every step we find the memory of Asachi.
In Romania there are precious heritages: the castles and palaces offer the visitor a variety of styles, Baroque, Renaissance, Gothic, Secession and Brancovenesc style.
For eight centuries the voivodes, reigning princes, kings and lords of old built sumptuous castles, palaces and monasteries.
Thanks to its entire population, the Moldavian city of Iasi has always been at the heart of Romanian history, at the heart of the battles fought for the affirmation of the national existence.