November 21-23, 2019
Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iaşi
Address: Iasi, Str. Universităţii 16
Participants to “EHB 2019” conference may reserve rooms for their stay in Iasi between 21-23 November, at least one week before their arrival, and have three options offered by the organizers, with special lower prices for “EHB 2019”:
They are good hotels in the Iasi center, and they are right the conference venue (and 300 m from the University of Medicine, for the conference opening). We recommend Traian Hotel, for his bigger rooms.
The bookings will be made through....soon , Sales & Marketing Assistant, Grand Hotel TRAIAN Iasi, telling her/him about EHB (E-Health & Bioengineering Conference) and prof. Costin.
Phone: +40 232 235.666
Mobile: +40 742 200.322
Fax: +40 232 235.666
The prices are as follows (in Euro), bed & breakfast, VAT included, a local tax of 1% must be added:
GRAND Hotel Traian ****
21 - 23 NOVEMBER 2019
Double room – single regime
There are a limited number of rooms at the University of Medicine Student Guest House E5 (guest rooms, 2*, 2 beds in room), Asachi str. No. 14, near Al. I. Cuza University (Copou district, about 1 km from the conference venue) .
The booking for this accommodation must be done through EHB organizers (at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Vera BALAN, tel. +40 746 296 758).
Iasi is the most important political, economic and cultural centre of the province of Moldavia as well as one of the oldest cities in Romania. Located in the northeastern part of the country, Iasi was for many centuries the crossing point of the most important commercial routes linking Poland, Hungary, Russia and Constantinople.
Deeply rooted in history, Iasi has been the main centre of Moldavian culture since 1408. The city prides itself with publishing the first Romanian newspaper and establishing the first Romanian university. Today, Iasi is home to five universities.
Over the past 500 years, history, culture and religious life have molded the city's unique character. Iasi boasts an impressive number of Orthodox churches, almost 100, most of them located in the so-called Golden Plateau (Platoul de Aur). The oldest, the Princely Saint Nicholas Church, dates from the reign of Stephen the Great (Stefan cel Mare, 1457-1504). The finest, however, are the 17th century St. Paraschiva Metropolitan Cathedral and Trei Ierarhi Church, the last a curious example of Byzantine art, erected in 1635-1639 by Vasile Lupu. Its outer walls and twin towers are intricately carved in what many think of as stone lace.
The Golden Plateau represents the nucleus of the city, around which the entire settlement developed over the centuries. With the Palace of Culture at one end and the Union Square (Piata Unirii) at the other, the Golden Plateau features churches and princely palaces on both sides of Stefan cel Mare si Sfant Boulevard, which runs right through its centre. Many other important sites can be found on nearby streets.