Cluj Napoca is one of the most important cities in Transylvania and a destination not to be missed. Cluj-Napoca invites you to discover the medieval atmosphere of its streets and the buildings’ architectural beauty. Being an important multicultural university centre, the city impresses through the variety and multitude of its cultural events.
Places to visit
Cluj-Napoca and Surroundings
Enjoy the exciting activities that the city of Cluj-Napoca offers to its tourists. Swim in the Olympic Pool or play paintball in a specially arranged park.
Choose a unique experience offered by the Astronomical Observatory of Cluj, where you can feel closer to the stars.
If you visit Cluj in the winter, have fun at the ice ring or ski on Ski Arena (Feleacul) slope, located 13 kilometres from the city.
Known as the unofficial capital of Romanian cinematography, Cluj hosts the annual Transylvania International Film Festival (TIFF). Join the marathon of films from all over the world and watch premieres of valuable productions.
Schedule a couple of hours to visit Bánffy Castle, located 30km from Cluj-Napoca, in the village of Bonţida. Called the Versailles of Transylvania, the castle is one of the main Baroque attractions in Transylvania and Romania. Relax at the cafe located inside the castle, where Prince Charles of Great Britain drinks his tea every time he visits Romania. Here you will find out about the historical relations between the Bánffy family and British Royal family.