Iasi offers business travellers not only a beautiful destination but a bustling university town in Romania. Home to the Palace of Culture, Iasi Botanical Garden and stunning Italian Renaissance style architecture. Iasi has become a student city in recent years with the growth of newly established University of Iasi which was previously formed of the Academia Milhaileana.
It is the second largest city in Romania after Bucharest and holds a significant position in the strength of the economy. Mainly focusing on the information technology sector, the city's educational institutes focus around specialised programs in ICT. Growth is expected to surge in this industry within the next few years.
From great tram networks, to the road connections that Iasi has, this city is easy to get around and provides easy commuter links to surrounding areas.