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Travel Blogs from Cluj-Napoca
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Something linked to this is the beauty and scariness of travelling completely on your own. In the end, there is no one you know that you can turn to if things go wrong during a cab ride in the late hours of night through crazy Bangkok. It is liberating, terrifying and empowering at the same time. Because you will have to trust in someone that's nearly a complete stranger to you eventually. And you will find out that most people are ...
Got up this morning with the intention of doing the Transfargarasan Highway, it's a military road that runs across the Carpathian Mountains....-
When I left the hotel at 9.30 it was chucking it down, the Transfargarasan can be a bit of an interesting ride in good weather, the road surface is patchy to say the least so I wasn't looking forward to doing it in ...
We stopped for some well needed ice coffees and walked around the city for the evening.
We ate some really good traditional Romanian food. Peter had duck with carmelised red cabbage and Ania ordered chicken with their very popular polenta. You seem to get this a lot with most meals.
All in all very nice city to look at.
Cluj-Napoca has a long history, dating back to AD 106. The city has a large Hungarian minority, which is the largest minority in the country. In Cluj, nearly 16% of the population is Hungarian. Cluj is very close to the Romanian-Hungarian border ...
Cluj Napoca was the city where we focused upon exploration of the Hungarian minority in Romania and their identity. Our first meeting - and I would say my favorite meetings of all the ones we had on travel - was our meeting with the RMDSZ Party. It is a Hungarian Democratic Alliance Party, which was founded in 1989. The representative who ...
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- Swimming pool