Hotel Rimini Plaza Cluj Napoca
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rimini Plaza Cluj Napoca Cluj-Napoca
Travel Blogs from Cluj-Napoca
... is not part of the Schengen Zone and so the border with Hungary is more substantial. We even have to show our passports.
*The Romanian language seems easier to pronounce than that of the countries we have recently visited.
* At 11.15 am it is already 33 degrees. Air con is on.
*As we enter Romania, the roads deteriorate, horse & carts compete for road space with ...
... pull out window T.T. I didn't realize this until towards the end of the train ride; better late than never!
The hotel is pretty close to the train station, but the neighborhood is extremely sketchy. There is a corner where kids wait and approach asking for money. They look about 5-7 years old.
Checking in was pretty straight forward. Air conditioning cost extra, so we plan to just sleep without sheets.
-- Ryan L.
... also was cash only (though they said in the next few weeks they would start accepting VISA payments).
We passed by a few religious buildings, the town theater, the city’s central square, and a memorial. The main part of Cluj-Napoca is relatively small and we walked around most of the town within the afternoon. We stopped by McDonalds to get a meal because it comes with a free World Cup Coca-Cola souvenir glass =).
-- Ryan L.
... square in the sunshine before visiting the history museum. Turns out there were about 3 things written in English and it was tiny exhibition but still interesting enough. We went for a walk along a street that mirrors the buildings which was pretty cool, then visited an old church (inside was soo different, gothic like but very rich colours), we also tried to have a look in the old opera theatre but it wasn't open but the outside was quite impressive. We had ...
Looking back on my trip, I can definitely say taking it was one of the best decisions I have made thus far. I learned a lot about myself and about the world around us, not just in terms of places, but more importantly people. I could've made some better choices. For example, I am now certain that if I ever get the chance to do a "big" trip again, I will not travel with a group, especially not a group of people that come form only one country. It's not even ...