Cluj-Napoca is the unofficial capital of Transylvania, and though you (probably) won’t find vampires here, you can explore castles, fortresses, botanical gardens, museums and parks. Cluj-Napoca has a vibrant arts scene that embraces both the traditional and the progressive. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy classical concerts, theatrical performances, puppet shows and music of every genre, from jazz to modern pop to electronica.
Restaurants in Cluj-Napoca
4.5 based on 262 reviews
Not many people there but had a cofffee and then a very long walk to the gorge. It was a typical autumn day leaves falling beautiful country side not for the infirm.
4.5 based on 409 reviews
4.5 based on 311 reviews
Part of unity square area of Cluj. A good all round tourist visit destination with the Cathedral and the many cafes and restaurants in this area. Recommend.
4.5 based on 252 reviews
A large church in the centre of the city, which I would guess is the spiritual heart of the Hungarian community. The stained glass is quite nice, but appears to be 20th century. Some wall paintings survive, but not the most outstanding church I've seen.
4.5 based on 768 reviews
On a snowy February afternoon there's plenty of botanics but no garden. This was expected to an extent however, the greenhouse was closed. We had a fairly quiet, pleasant walk around the perimeter for 25 mins, a quick stop for the (outdoor) toilets and a scan around the museum (comprised of a fairly dull drawing room filled with jars and specimen of plant species within a grand house).
Worth the £1 entry fee to escape the city hustle and bustle but I'd suggest giving it a miss in the winter simply for the distinct lack of garden and uphill trek.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
I suppose it's worth climbing up to the top of this Hill (which is actually called a Park), but be sure you are wearing the right shoes for crumbling brick and earth stairs that have never been maintained.
It's a part of Cluj that could be beautiful if it were as scrupulously looked after as the Central Park, but it's not because it's not.
My impression is that the side of the river that Cetatula Hill is on is 'the wrong side of the tracks'. Worthwhile only to take in the view of 'the right side' from the top.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
Nice bohemian area in city , lots of outside cafes and restaurants. Worth visiting if in Cluj . Reasonably priced
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Thank you Cluj for this stadium, clean, modern ladies room, it is easy to find. You have the possibility to go out in case of emergency, there are many gates. Outside the Arena is a big park, beautiful also.Big paarking place underground.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
This beautiful building is home to the National Theatre and the Romanian Opera both have been conducting Performances since 1919
The cultural hightlight of Cluj - a night at the opera with the Barber of Seville. Honestly? Stunning opera House but no where near the best acoustics as it was originally a theatre - a nice night at the opera for €10.
4 based on 113 reviews
Large shopping mall with quiet an array of shops and food outlets we were here about mid day and the eateries had large cues so we left, all the shops were well presented that we looked in
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