How to find cheap flights to Iasi
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Airports with direct flights to Iasi
Cheap flights to Iasi depart from Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) near Tel Aviv.
What airlines fly to Iasi from Israel?
Cheap flights to Iasi arrive at Iași International Airport (IAS), יאשי in Hebrew. This is an international airport located 8 km east of the city center. T2 serves mostly domestic flights, and T3 handles international flights, including from Tel Aviv. To reach the city center you can take bus route 50. It departs several times a day correlated with flight arrivals and departures. The fare is 2 Leu (₪1.80) for a single trip. There are several taxi companies, and the ride costs 2 Leu/km. If you prefer to rent a car, check our offers on Skyscanner Car Rental.
When to go to Iasi?
The summers in Iasi are warm. The average temperature in July-August is over 26 degrees. The best time to search cheap flights to Iasi would be May, June, and September when the weather is still pleasant with over 20 degrees, but it’s the shoulders of the season, so there’s as not as much crowd as in the high season. The winters are freezing and dry. The average temperature during winter is -6 at night, but it can easily fall below that.
What to see and do in Iasi?
The open sky policy introduced many new destinations for the Israeli traveler; this is one of them. Cheap flights to Iasi bring you to the Moldavian capital, where you can learn why is it important for Romania.
Top your “must do” list with Palace of Culture Iasi, the most iconic building of the city. It was partly built on the ruins of the medieval Royal Court of Moldavia. Go to the “Three Holy Hierarchs” Monastery, an architectural monument of high value. If you are looking for a great spot the enjoy the stunning view of the city, go to the Relay Platform.
There are hammams, museums, and parks, and several options for day trips to the surroundings of Iasi. Wine lovers should visit the Gramma vineyard, built following the model of the family vineyards in the Provence region. There are lively bars and restaurants where you can try the local cuisine. And if you want to save money also on accommodations, check the offers that we have on Skyscanner Hotels.
This information is correct as of January 2018
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