In the heart of Transylvania, surrounded by seven hills, Cluj-Napoca awaits its visitors, with the silent full of history walls and hospitable people. Renowned in the past for its richness and also known as “The Treasure City”, Cluj is nowadays one of the most important academic, cultural, industrial and business centres in Romania.
A climb on the “Fortress Hill” (Dealul Cetatuia) gives you the chance to admire one of the best panoramas of the city and the surrounding hills, rivers and even mountains.
Transylvania International Film Festival (TIFF), which is organized annually in Cluj Napoca is one of the best festivals in its kind, and it’s becoming more and more spectacular each year. If you’re a film passionate and a party lover this is the place to be.
– St. Michael’s Cathedral, one of the oldest and most appreciated Transylvanian monuments of gothic architecture
– Botanical Garden, occupying 14 ha of abrupt and hilly land in the south of the city, displays a large variety of flora.
– The Mihai Viteazul Square, dominated by the equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and bordered by a few former palaces of fine architecture
– National Art Museum, the former imposing residence of the Hungarian governors, the Banffy Palace, now an important cultural institution
Cluj Napoca, the heart of Transylvania offers a variety of quality hotels from different categories.
You can chose a chain hotel like Ramada Hotel Cluj 4*, Golden Tulip Ana Dome Cluj 4* or Hamptons by Hilton Cluj 3* or a local brand like Beyfin Hotel Cluj 4*, Meridian Hotel Cluj 4* or Capitolina City Chic 3*.