If you want to get your “portion of culture”, you can either enjoy a play at the “Vasile Alecsandri” National Theatre or “Luceafarul” Theatre, be entertained by one of the best string quartets in Europe – the “Voces” Quartet at the “George Enescu” Philharmonic or spend an unforgettable evening at the Romanian National Opera Iasi.

A ticket to the theatre varies between 4 and 7.2 euros, to the Philharmonic is 4.5 euros and to the Opera around 10 euros.

It will take tomes, not pages to point out the landmarks and their stories. Actually, the city itself is a story, a long one with many, may volumes. You can start “digging out” the city of Iasi on Wiki.

However, our friends from romaniatourism.com were braver than us and managed to write down a list of highlights, landmarks and attractions in Iasi.