How to get to Romania

Romania is a country located at the intersection of Central and Southeastern Europe. Romania's neighbours country are Hungary and Serbia at west, Ukraine and Moldova to the northeast and east and Bulgaria to the south. In southeast Romania is bordered by Balck Sea. The population of Romania is around 20,000,000 people and the surface is 238,391 square kilometres.

The capital of Romania is Bucharest, situated in southeast part of the country, the sixth largest city in EU.

 

How to get to Cluj

Cluj-Napoca is the second numerous city in Romania (324,000 inhabitants), after the capital- Bucharest and is the seat of Cluj County, in the northwestern part of the country.

The Romanian currency is Leu (pl: Lei). The rate is around 4.5 Lei / 1 Euro.

Cluj-Napoca International Airport deserves a lot of destinations from Europe and Asia.

There are regular flights to London, Dortmund, Munchen, Bruxelles, Paris, Madrid, Roma, Vienna, Eindhoven, Barcelona, Valencia, Zaragosa, Palma de Mallorca, Bari, Venice, Budapesta, Frankfurt, Bologna and Tel Aviv.

The companies that provides airport services at Cluj-Napoca Airport are TaromLufthansa Wizzair, Austrian Airlines, and Czech Airlines. 

Many of the flights are serviced by low cost company Wizzair. For example, a flight Munchen- Cluj- Munchen costs 150 euro (by Lufthansa). 

There are also regular flights between Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca offered by Tarom.

For details regarding the flights please feel free to visit the sites of Cluj-Napoca International Airport and Wizzair.

A car will be waiting at the airport and you will be taken to the mountains.

If you want to attend by car or by train there are some European Roads and Railways which connect Cluj-Napoca Town to Western Europe.

By car, you should reach Romania by European Highways till Hungary and then 150 km on European Road to Cluj-Napoca.

 Apuseni Mountains are located 50 km south of Cluj-Napoca.

 

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