Cluj Napoca is the capital of the Kluj (Cluj) region of Romania and at the same time the largest city. The city, which has a population of about 350,000 people, is also the fourth and most popular city of romania.
It is possible to reach Cluj with various aircraft companies from various parts of Europe. Access to this city from some countries and cities can be a problem because it is not very popular across Europe. For example, Poland’s capital city is one of the most economically viable ways to reach Cluj from Warsaw, first to fly to Hungary’s capital city of Budapest and then to Cluj, via a minibus called Budapest. Romania’s economy is not very good.
For this reason, the means of transportation preferred by the country, which can not afford high expectations in terms of technology and transportation, is also summarized. The Hungarian border of Romania is a sign of passing with very old model dolmas. Cluj Napoca city is like an Anatolian city that has not found much development possibilities. In the city where life conditions are convenient, expenses such as food and transportation are also cheap.
The Romanian currency has an interesting feature. No matter what happens, the Romanian currency does not wrinkle. The reason for this is that their money is made out of plastic rather than paper. In addition, the Romanian currency is also written as Lei.
The people of Romania and the people living in Cluj live with the culture of classical eastern society. In Cluj, where there are people who are more sincere, more sincere but more irregular, Cinsten traffic violations and horns noises are noticed in Europe. City planning is aesthetically distant and irregular. So much so that the sky seems limited due to the cabling.
The church and castle of the Dracula character, which is the subject of the novels and films, is also located near this city. The region to which the city is affiliated also receives the name of Transylvania region. Cluj, like a typical Romanian city, is a city where Christian faith is prevalent. However, the people of Romania, who are at a very high level of tolerance, are accustomed to living in synagogues located on at least four or five streets in almost every neighborhood on the Cluj streets.
Because a significant part of the population of Cluj is made up of Jews. Many important places such as national theater and opera building, university, cluj park, yellow street street, city square, historical church, orthodox cathedral are among the places to be seen and seen in terms of tourists.
The FC Universitatea Cluj stadium, one of the city’s two soccer teams, is the other city stadium, The Constantin Radulescu Stadium is a more modern and more up-to-date building than the NA. Much of what is relevant to Cluj’s food culture is not forthcoming. There is no attempt to raise awareness in dining areas. The fact that fast food culture is dominant is an important factor at this point. However, in cafés, it is possible to find pork-shaped salty products and different kinds of coffees.