About Cluj-Napoca

About Cluj-Napoca & Romania

Cluj-Napoca, the second major city in Romania after the national capital Bucharest, is situated in the north-western part of the country, in the region of Transylvania. The city of Cluj (Kolozsvár in Hungarian, Klausenburg in German) is a multicultural city with a diverse cultural and religious life. A vibrant and pleasant city today, with reasonably priced accommodation and dining in the center area – within 5-15 minutes’ walk from the “Babeş-Bolyai” University central building –, a wonderful historical legacy and a great atmosphere, Cluj-Napoca also has a diverse and growing cultural scene, with cultural life exhibited in a number of fields, including the visual arts, performing arts and nightlife. It is certainly a great experience for those who want to see urban Transylvanian life at its best as well as a base for those wanting to explore its countryside surroundings, the wild scenic beauty of its Carpathian landscape, the Apuseni Mountains, or the traditional rural area in central and south Transylvania or in the historical region of Maramureș.

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For guided tours in Cluj – Napoca – http://clujguidedtours.ro/

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How to get here

Getting to Cluj-Napoca is easy due to its position and its status as a major city in Romania. The best way to approach Cluj-Napoca from other countries is by plane, as several daily domestic flights and international flights to international airports are available.

By plane:

The International Airport of Cluj-Napoca (CLJ) (http://airportcluj.ro/?id_limba=2), located 9 kilometers (5.6 miles) to the east of the city centre, is offering direct flights to Bucharest (the capital of Romania), Munich, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Warsaw (operated by TAROM, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines), Dublin (operated by Blue Air),Vienna, Paris-Beauvais, London-Luton, Brussels-Charleroi, Eindhoven, Dortmund, Bergamo, Bologna, Rome, Treviso, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Zaragosa, Tel Aviv and many other cities (operated by Wizzair – a low-cost company).

The full list of the domestic and international destinations (direct flights) can be accessed here http://airportcluj.ro/passenger-information/destinatii.

As an alternative, you can arrive at Cluj via a connecting flight from Bucharest (the International Airport Henri Coanda). You can find more information about the available fligths at http://www.bucharestairports.ro/en