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    Cluj-Napoca – a brief overview

    The gateway to northern Transylvania, with its dramatic mountains and vampire legends, Cluj-Napoca served as the Transylvanian capital several times during the expansion and contraction of the Austro-Hungarian empire. It’s an atmospheric place, with graceful medieval buildings and some excellent museums dotted around the historic centre.

    It also has some of Transylvania’s best nightlife, fuelled by a young and energetic student population. Spend some time in the city’s cafés and bars and you’ll discover that there’s always something interesting going on in Cluj-Napoca, particularly during the Transylvania International Film Festival every May.

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    St Michael’s Church

    Piața Unirii
    Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 592 089
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    Opening times:
    Daily 1000-1900

    Founded in the 14th century, the Gothic church of St Michael is one of the largest in Transylvania. The original church was constructed shortly after Cluj-Napoca was established, but the building expanded over the centuries and the lofty tower, which offers stunning views over the city, was added in 1859.

    Muzeul de Arta (National Art Museum)

    Piața Unirii 30
    400098 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 596 953
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    Opening times:
    Wed-Sun 1000-1700

    Set in the handsome baroque Banffy Palace, the National Art Museum displays an impressive collection of local artworks, tracing the development of Romanian art through the centuries. The collection also includes works from across Europe and a 16th-century church altar.

    National History Museum of Transylvania

    Strada Constantin Daicoviciu
    Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 569 952
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    Opening times:
    Tue and Thu-Sat 1000-1600
    Wed 1200-1800

    The city’s history museum displays an eclectic collection of antiquities, from Egyptian mummies to weapons from the ancient Dacian civilisation, the original inhabitants of Romania. Temporary exhibitions are being held until the main galleries reopen after an extensive renovation.

    Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania

    Memorandumului str. 21
    400000 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 592 344

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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 0900-1700

    This child-friendly museum is devoted to traditional life in Romania, with displays of old tools, kitchen implements, weapons, handicrafts and toys. The museum also runs the open-air Ethnographic Park on the outskirts of the city, with a collection of traditional buildings, accessible by bus from the centre.

    Piața Unirii

    Piața Unirii
    400098 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    The main square in Cluj-Napoca is dotted with historic landmarks, from the towering spire of St Michael’s Church to crumbling Roman ruins and a famous statue of the Hungarian king Matthias Corvinus, who was born in Cluj-Napoca in 1443.

    Fortress Hill

    Dealul Cetatuia, Strada Călăraşilor
    400000 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    The Fortress Hill, or Dealul Cetatuia, offers stunning views over the city. The hill is crowned by the Belvedere Hotel and an enormous crucifix, and dotted around the summit are remnants of the Austrian fortress that guarded the city during the Austro-Hungarian era.

    Alexandru Borza Botanical Garden

    Strada Republicii 42
    400015 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 597 604
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0900-1600 (mid-Sep to mid-Apr)
    Daily 0900-1800 (mid-Apr to mid-Sep)

    Set amid campus buildings in the university quarter, the city botanical gardens were laid out in 1930, and the spot has been a favourite retreat for locals ever since. Scattered around the gardens are Asian-style pavilions and Roman relics from the ancient city of Napoca.

    Házsongárd Cemetery

    Strada Matei Basarab
    Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    The city cemetery is lined with the elegant mausoleums of great citizens of Cluj-Napoca, including several Romanian national heroes. In use since the 17th century, it’s an atmospheric place to wander and escape the city bustle.

    Pharmaceutical Museum

    Piața Unirii 28
    400098 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 597 567
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Wed and Fri 1000-1600
    Thu 1200-1800

    The Hintz House, the former mansion of the wealthy Hintz family, was the location of the city’s first pharmacy, which opened to the public in 1573. Today, the house contains a fascinating Pharmaceutical Museum, with tours of the ancient medical tools and apothecary jars led by a white-coated pharmacist.

    Hoia Baciu Forest

    Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    Allegedly the world’s most haunted forest, this area of woodland beyond the Ethnographic Park has supposedly seen everything from ghosts to UFOs. Many report strange noises in the forest and the bizarrely shaped trees certainly create a spooky atmosphere.

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    Country information

    Country overview

    There aren’t many countries in Europe where farmers still drive horse-drawn wagons and covered markets dominate over shopping malls, but then Romania isn’t quite like other places. While other Eastern Bloc members have seen their cities spruced up and populated with boutique hotels, international restaurants and

    quaint attractions, this traditional country still clings to its dog-eared charm. Yes, you’ll find the usual smattering of resort towns clustered around the Black Sea Coast, but outside the tourism hotspots Romania dances to the same rhythm it’s tapped out for a hundred years.

    Geography

    Romania is bordered to the north and east by Moldova and Ukraine, the southeast by the Black Sea, the south by Bulgaria, the southwest by Serbia and in the west by Hungary. The country is divided into four geographical areas. Transylvania (a belt of Alpine massifs and forests) and Moldavia compose the northern half of the country, which is divided down the middle by the north-south strip of the Carpathian Mountains. These comprise of 14 mountain ranges above 2,000m (6,560ft) with Moldoveanu Peak at 2,544m (8,300ft) the highest point. The terrain around here is a mix of extinct volcanic cones, lunar plains, thick forests and glacial lakes – perfect for hiking, cycling and adrenaline sports.

    South of the east-west line of the Carpathians lies the flat Danube plain of Wallachia with the capital Bucharest, its border with Bulgaria being defined by the course of the Danube. The Danube Delta, the best-preserved of its kind in Europe and a haven for wildlife, is a biosphere reserve and a biodiversity World Heritage Site. Romania’s other major rivers include the Olt, the Siret and the Mures.

    Romania’s coastline runs for nearly 200 km (120 miles) along the Black Sea, incorporating the port of Constanta and the Danube Delta.

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    Key facts

    Population: 21790479

    Population Density (per sq km): 91

    Capital: Bucharest.

    Language

    Romanian is the official language. Some Hungarian and German are spoken in border areas, while French and English are spoken by those connected with the tourist industry.

    Currency

    New Leu (RON; symbol (plural) Lei) = 100 bani. Notes are in denominations of Lei500, 100, 50, 10, 5 and 1. Coins are in denominations of Bani50, 10, 5 and 1. (Old notes were in denominations of Lei1,000,000, 500,000, 100,000, 50,000 and 10,000 and coins in denominations of Lei5,000, 1,000, 500 and 100.)

    Electricity

    230 volts AC, 50Hz. Plugs are of the two-pin type.

    General business opening hours

    Mon-Fri 0900-1700.

    Public holidays

    Below are listed Public Holidays for the January 2016 – December 2017 period.

    2016

    New Year’s Day: 1.-2. January 2016
    Labour Day: 1. May 2016
    Orthodox Easter Monday: 2. May 2016
    Whit Monday: 20. June 2016
    Assumption Day: 15. August 2016
    National Day: 1. December 2016
    Christmas Day: 25. December 2016
    Second Day of Christmas: 26. December 2016

    2017

    New Year’s Day: 1.-2. January 2017
    Orthodox Easter Monday: 17. April 2017
    Labour Day: 1. May 2017
    Whit Monday: 5. June 2017
    Assumption Day: 15. August 2017
    National Day: 1. December 2017
    Christmas Day: 25. December 2017
    Second Day of Christmas: 26. December 2017

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    Nightlife in Cluj-Napoca

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    As a university town, Cluj-Napoca offers plenty of entertainment after hours, from moody cellar bars and jazz clubs to cavernous nightclubs and elegant theatres and music halls.

    Many of the best nightspots are south of the centre in the bustling university quarter.

    Janis Club

    Bulevardul Eroilor 5
    400129 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    A legendary dance club, with nightly parties, neon-coloured drinks and DJs spinning rock, dance and pop.

    Diesel

    Piața Unirii 17
    400133 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    The top choice for glitz and glam in the heart of Cluj-Napoca, with cool cocktails, cool DJs and even cooler patrons.

    Atelier Café

    Memorandumului, nr. 9
    400114 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 450 655
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    A modern take on the jazz café, with live shows, arty events, and chairs and lanterns made from corrugated cardboard.

    La Stuf

    Piața Unirii 19
    400129 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    A moody basement bar from the team behind Janis, adorned with hippy murals and broken pianos and guitars.

    National Theatre Lucian Blaga

    Piața Ștefan cel Mare 2-4
    400192 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 591 799
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    A elegant, Viennese theatre hall, staging shows by the Romanian National Theatre and Romanian Opera.

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    Restaurants in Cluj-Napoca

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    Dishes from Hungary, Romania and Italy dominate menus in Cluj-Napoca.

    A handful of local restaurants are swapping tradition for reinvention however, with innovative menus using local ingredients like ceps mushrooms from the Transylvanian hills.

    Baracca

    Strada Napoca 8A
    400009 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    Price: Expensive

    A sleek loft-style eatery serving imaginative dishes prepared with traditional Transylvanian ingredients.

    Napoca 15

    Strada Napoca 15
    400009 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    Price: Moderate

    Stylish dining in an elegant courtyard mansion in the old city, with a compelling wine list and strong Italian influences.

    VIA Restaurant

    Strada Inocențiu Micu Klein 6
    400087 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 593 220
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    Price: Moderate

    Set in a baroque palace with a romantic summer terrace, VIA offers a sophisticated menu that traipses from Romania to Italy via Spain and France.

    Bricks

    Strada Horea
    Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 364 730 615
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    Price: Moderate

    A one-time beer hall reinvented as chic modern bistro, with a globe-trotting menu and a prime riverside location.

    Camino

    Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 749 200 117
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    Price: Cheap

    An informal courtyard café tucked away in the heart of the old city, with Italian-inspired offerings in the kitchen and a loyal local following.

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    Calendar of events

    Photo Romania Festival

    18 – 23 May 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues

    Each May, amateurs and pros land on Cluj-Napoca for 10 days of cutting-edge exhibitions, intense debates, creative workshops and photography competitions. Visitors might hear insights into sports photojournalism, pick up new Photoshop tips or attend a gala concert or fashion show.

    Transilvania International Film Festival

    27 May – 5 June 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues

    Romania’s first international feature film festival has been entertaining cinema lovers since 2002 and now attracts around 60,000 film fans to almost 400 screenings. It’s a terrific chance to catch new Romanian releases, take part in lively workshops and seminars, or mingle with the glitterati.

    Très Court International Film Festival

    3 – 12 June 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues

    There’s no time to snooze during the movies at this nanofest, as each film is no more than three minutes long. Billing itself as ‘an event without borders’, the films are screened simultaneously in nearly 100 cities in over 20 countries.

    Festival of Light (Festivalul Luminii)

    June 2016
    Website

    Venue: Parcul Central

    Over 25,000 illuminated paper box lanterns line the pathways and dangle from strings and sculptures in Cluj-Napoca’s central park. The idea is to take yourself away from the distractions of daily life for a couple of hours. The family-friendly event is organised by the national scouting organisation.

    Transilvania Rally

    June 2016
    Website

    Venue: Rural roads around Cluj-Napoca

    Daring drivers speed, bounce and spin on gravel and asphalt in a testing course starting from Cluj-Napoca and racing round the neighbouring countryside. Thousands of fans gather at the roadside to cheer them on as they battle to gain control of the race.

    Jazz in the Park

    27 June – 3 July 2016
    Website

    Venue: Parcul Central

    Launched in summer 2013, Jazz in the Park’s inaugural event saw crowds pouring into the park armed with picnics and blankets for a packed day of live jazz, folk, blues and classical music. The festival proved a hit and looks set to remain a favourite fixture on Cluj-Napoca’s summer calendar.

    Transilvania International Guitar Festival

    August 2016
    Website

    Venue: Cultural House of Students

    Whether you enjoy strumming a tune or are happy just to listen, this festival is a treat. Professional guitarists perform and lead masterclasses, while soloists and chamber groups participate in a highly regarded competition. Visitors can gaze enviously at the fine instruments on display in a special guitar exhibition.

    Delahoya

    September 2016
    Website

    Venue: Padurea Hoia.

    Inspired by Berlin’s Love Parade, Delahoya kicked off in 1997 and is Romania’s oldest electronic music festival. Live artists and DJs perform and spin house, drum ‘n’ bass and techno beats, keeping festival goers on their toes into the early hours amid the magical setting of Hoia Forest.

    Cluj Musical Autumn

    30 September – 23 October 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues

    The Transilvania State Philharmonic Orchestra hosts Romania’s longest running classical music festival each October. Performances by the orchestra and invited guests cover the entire gamut of classical music, from early printed music to 21st-century compositions. Audiences can enjoy symphonies, chamber recitals, mass choral works and solo concerts.

    Comedy Cluj International Film Festival

    16 – 25 October 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues

    Belly chuckles are guaranteed at this film festival dedicated to comedies. On the go for several years now, the competition invites professional submissions from across the globe as well as showcasing works by film students. Directors, actors and critics also take part in thought-provoking discussions and debates.

    All information subject to change. Please check the dates on the relevant event organizer’s website.

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    Hotels in Cluj-Napoca

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    Cluj-Napoca has hotels for all budgets, from student-oriented hostels to atmospheric heritage properties and comfortable chain hotels.

    Many rooms have a slightly old-fashioned feel, but a number of hotels are pushing the boundaries with modern boutique styling.

    Opera Plaza

    Piața Unirii 30
    400098 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 569 952
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    Category: Expensive

    Guests are drawn to this downtown hotel by superior dining and smart modern rooms with acres of floor-space.

    Golden Tulip Ana Dome

    Piața Unirii 30
    400098 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 569 952
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    Category: Expensive

    A sleek, modern property offering stylish rooms with floral prints and flowing drapes and a handy location in the university quarter.

    Hampton by Hilton Cluj-Napoca

    Bulevardul 21 Decembrie 1989 67
    400124 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
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    Category: Moderate

    Smart, modern and comfortable, the Hampton by Hilton is just minutes from the best of the city’s bars and restaurants.

    Hotel Confort

    Piața Unirii 30
    400098 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 569 952
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    Category: Moderate

    A stylish renovation with subtle earth tones and the latest tech has elevated this popular hotel to the boutique category.

    Vila Meteor

    Piața Unirii 30
    400098 Cluj-Napoca
    Romania
    Tel: +40 264 569 952
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    Category: Cheap

    Simple inexpensive rooms in a central location near the botanical gardens.

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    Climate & best time to visit Romania

    Romania is a great year-round tourist destination. The best times to visit in terms of climate are the end of April to the beginning of July and from end of August to the end of October as temperatures are mild and pleasant. Summers can be hot especially in Southern Romania, including Bucharest, but along the Black Sea Coast, sea breezes offer moderate temperatures. Winters are coldest in the Carpathian Mountains where there is snow from December through to April. Snow also falls throughout most of the country.

    The ski season in Romania runs from December to March, although high resorts such as Stana de Vale often remain open until late April. Prices are cheaper at the beginning and the end of the season, with Christmas often the busiest time.

    On the Black Sea Coast, tourism reaches its height between June and August and temperatures during the summer months can reach a sizzling 40°C. Look for deals in May and September, when the weather is still balmy but the season isn’t yet in full swing.

    Other seasonal activities include bird-watching (from mid-April to mid-May in the Danube Delta) and wine-tasting, which focuses around a series of festivals in September and October.

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    Phone calls & Internet

    Telephone/Mobile Telephone

    Dialing Code: +40

    Telephone

    Public telephones are widely available and can be used for direct international calls; most require a calling card. Hotels often impose a high service charge for long-distance calls, but usually do not charge for local calls.

    Mobile Telephone

    Roaming agreements exist with many international mobile phone companies. Coverage is good around Bucharest and Romania’s other large towns but can be variable elsewhere – particularly in upland areas. Local mobile phone hire is available.

    Internet

    Romania has numerous internet cafés, some offering Wi-Fi. As of 2012, there were 8.7 million internet hosts in the country and around 8 million internet users.

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    Shopping in Cluj-Napoca

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    Key Areas

    Shopping in Cluj-Napoca is centred on the old city, particularly around the Piaţa Mihai Viteazul and Piaţa Unirii and along Bulevardul Eroilor, but there are some interesting boutiques dotted around the university quarter too.

    Markets

    Several bustling markets in Cluj-Napoca sell local produce and Transylvanian delicacies; the farmers’ market at Piaţa Mihai Viteazul attracts plenty of local stallholders every second Saturday.

    Shopping Centres

    Cluj-Napoca has a handful of modern malls on the outskirts, full of local and international brands. The Polus Centre on Strada Avram Iancu and the Iulius Mall on Strada Alexandru Vaida Voievod have the best selection of stores and franchises.

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    Traveller etiquette

    Social Conventions

    A handshake is the most common form of greeting, but Romanian men may kiss a woman’s hand when being introduced. Mr or Mrs should be used when greeting someone for the first time. Visitors should follow normal European courtesies on social occasions. Dress tends to be rather conservative but casual wear is suitable. Beachwear should not be worn away from the beach or poolside. If visiting a home, a small wrapped gift should be given to the host, such as flowers or chocolates (to women only), wine or liquor. Flowers should be given as a gift in odd numbers only. Many Romanians are smokers and gifts of Western cigarettes are greatly appreciated.

    Other well-appreciated gifts include toiletries.

    Photography

    Military installations should not be photographed. Some tourist attractions require visitors to pay a fee (sometimes hefty) for taking photographs.

    Smoking

    The Romanian government bans smoking in every public place, but, as in many countries in Eastern Europe, smokers have little respect for non-smokers and for smoking laws. Smoking is forbidden on planes, on buses and on some trains. Luxury hotels have designated no-smoking floors but very few restaurants have no-smoking sections.

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    Health

    Main emergency number: 112

    Food & Drink

    Mains water is normally chlorinated, and whilst relatively safe, may cause abdominal upsets; bottled water is available. Milk is pasteurised and dairy products are safe for consumption. Local meat, poultry, seafood, fruit and vegetables are generally considered safe to eat.

    Other Risks

    Hepatitis C and tuberculosis occur and hepatitis B is endemic. Stray dogs may carry the tick-borne African typhus disease and rabies is also present. If bitten, seek medical advice without delay. There have been confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza (bird flu) in the Danube Delta, Transylvania and Bucharest. The Romanian authorities have taken measures to contain the outbreaks and no human infections or deaths have been reported. In 2012, several cases of the West Nile Virus were reported by the Romanian National Institute of Health, and travellers to the Danube Delta are recommended to wear long-sleeved shirts and trousers and to apply insect repellent.

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    Visa & Immigration

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    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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