Cluj Napoca travel guide

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You're Going to Love Cluj Napoca

The second largest city in Romania is a cultural melting pot with a lively schedule of music festivals, a charming historic center, all the galleries and museums you could need and a youthful, irrepressible nightlife scene.

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When to Visit Cluj Napoca

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If you want to attend a music festival, summer (June through September) is the time to go. However, spring and fall are fine seasons to explore Transylvania as well.

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Where to Stay in Cluj Napoca

Some accommodation highlights in Cluj Napoca include the modern Hotel Belvedere and the luxurious City Plaza, as well as the palatial Grand Hotel Italia.

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Shopping Streets

If you want to shop for bargain apparel, head to huge city center malls like Lulius Mall, Galeriile Ferdinand or the Polus Center, or explore the streets around Mihai Viteazu Square.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets include Kaufland and Billa, where you'll pay about RON15 for a gallon of milk.

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Where to Eat in Cluj Napoca

Cluj Napoca has some fantastic dining options, from the fish specialties at Baracca to gourmet sushi at Tokyo Restaurant, and classical Transylvanian fare at Casa Ardeleana (check out the soup served in hollowed out loaves). Meals start at around RON15-20.