CLUJ the Treasure City
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Cluj-Napoca is easily reachable by practically all means of transportation.

The city is served by an international airport, 12 kms from the centre, situated in a village that became a district of Cluj after 1989. The airport is the 3rd largest in Romania. It operates international and domestic flights to Bucharest, as well as destinations in Hungary, Germany, Italy and Austria. For more information please visit

For the budget traveller, trains are a viable alternative. The city is connected even by intercity trains with Oradea, Arad, Timisoara, Brasov, Sighisoara, Ploiesti and Bucharest. A high standard type of trains are the “Sageata Albastra”, connecting Cluj to Bucharest, Oradea, Timisoara, Arad, Satu Mare, Alba Iulia, Sibiu and Targu Mures. There are also two international trains, from and to Budapest.
To find out train routes that pass through the city, visit

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For the visitors coming to Cluj by car, the city is at the junction of some of Romania's main roads
:Road in Manastur

handE81 N
- from Belgrade
E60 E - coming from Vienna - to: Oradea, Cluj, Brasov, Bucuresti
E81 - coming from Belgrade - to: Satu Mare, Zalau
E58 - connects the city with Dej, Bistrita, Baia Mare, Vatra Dornei

Buses are also a good way of reaching Cluj-Napoca. Many companies offer scheduled buses to/from Europe and other destinations in Romania. Cluj has many bus connections with Budapest.

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