Pașcani (Romanian pronunciation: [paʃˈkanʲ]) is a city in Iași County in the Moldavia region of Romania, on the Siret river. As of 2011, it has a population of 33,745. Five villages are administered by the city: Blăgești, Boșteni, Gâstești, Lunca and Sodomeni. The city derived its name from the estate of the boyar Oană Pașca. It is the city where Mihail Sadoveanu's novel The Place Where Nothing Happened takes place. An important local site is the Church of the Holy Archangels. Wikipedia
Home to pretty treasures, Pașcani is Romania's best kept secret. A holiday in Pașcani can generally be of 1-2 days.
Yes,it is that simple really! Enjoy your trip! Keep travelling!