Beautiful view of the city from the Cetatuia Hill
A walk on the narrow streets of the old quarters, one becomes its rewards through the lovely view, from the hill of Cetatuia.
Maybe it is hard the whole way to go on foot, but you can drive very easily also by car.
On the knoll, the hotel Belvedere is placed. This is a beautiful place for the tourists, to sleep, well to meals, or simply to relax.
From there above, one can observe the whole city and one can admire its beauty.
It is a splendid view!
A tourist coming here should know that Cluj is a city which benefits of quite a nice weather.If the trip is planned in spring or summer,it's good to know that temperature often raises up to 30 degrees.If the trip is planned in autumn,it's good to know that rain doesn't go arround this city so an umbrella would be extremely necesarry.During winter temperature can go down to -15 degrees so I guess that says it all.
An international airport is...
An international airport is available, 10 km East of the city. Frequent connections to Italy (Verona, Treviso, Bologna, Firenze, Bergamo) through Carpat Air, and to Germany (Frankfurt. Munich) via Lufthansa and the national airline: Tarom.
The Romanian railways have good connections to the main cities, but you must remember to make reservations in advance, because it may very well happen the train is full and you're not allowed to catch it.
The National Theatre
Lucian Blaga National Theatre was built between 1904-1906 according to plans of the Austrian architect Ferdinand Fellner.
The theatre is one of the most impressive and maybe the most elegant building in Cluj. The yellow colores of the buliding shines over Avram Iancu Square and it preforms an interesting contrast with the Orthodox Cathedral facing it.
The Piarists' Church, also known as the Jesuits' Church or the University Church, dedicated to the Holy Trinity, was the first Roman Catholic church built in Transylvania after the Protestant Reformation, as well as the province's first Baroque church building.
The sober exterior contrasts the very well-decorated interior. A statue of the Virgin Mary stood in front of the church until 1959, when the Communist authorities moved it to another part of the city.
The building has a single nave, 45 m long and 24 m high. There are three chapels on the sides, each with its own altar and adorned with several paintings. On the walls are to be found the devotional plaques common to Roman Catholic churches, written in Transylvania's main historical languages: Romanian, Hungarian, German and Latin.