Travel Blogs from Cluj-Napoca
... being difficult to integrate in a group made up of people that have more in common with each other than with you by default. It's about the fact that travelling on your own gives you the luxury of choosing the people you surround yourself with and you don't want to take that away by limiting yourself to a certain group. That's not to say it's easy finding people you connect with while travelling. I thought it was the biggest challenge of the whole trip, and ...
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 ...
... want to live in Romania as a whole, but be able to solve their problems as a community. One of their political challenges in 2013 is they are advocating for the changing of the Constitution, and the inclusion of Hungarian as an official language at the regional level. He pointed out that the Hungarian minority had zero Rights when ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking