The city of Cluj-Napoca is located in the northwestern part of Romania and is the capital of Cluj County. The “unofficial capital of Transylvania” is the second largest city in Romania, and is located in the central part of Transylvania, right in the heart of the Apuseni Mountains, the Someșan Plateau and the Transylvanian Plain.

Events in Cluj-Napoca

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Cluj-Napoca: Mandili Trio Concert

16.08.2024: 20:00

Jazz in the Park 2024

30.08.2024 - 01.09.2024

Cluj-Napoca: Masters of sound - Hans Zimmer's music


Cluj-Napoca: Friends on a knife edge


Cluj-Napoca: waste land, science of disorder and nest of moths


The additional name “Napoca” was given in 1974 by former President Nicolae Ceaușescu, and is intended to give validity to the official theory of the Romanians’ descent from the Dacians and Romans.

The Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden is a scientific and educational institution of the Babeș-Bolyai University. The 14-hectare Botanical Garden, with its varied landscape, is suitable for the cultivation and care of plants from different continents. Today, the Botanical Garden is home to over 10,000 plant species. Probably the most famous attraction, the Turda Salt Mine, is located only 31 km away, about 30 minutes by car.

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