Georgi says: “Popular student town with lots of pubs and clubs. Very welcoming and energetic.”
Cluj isn’t quite as pretty or mountainous as the Saxon towns to the south, but it earns much of its fame for the dozens of cavernous, unsnooty subterranean discos that blare and bounce with many of the city’s thousands of university students.
Outside the clubs, though, it’s one of Romania’s most welcoming and energized cities – a ‘real’ city where there’s everything going on.
Is a lovely city with medieval streets and a charming architecture. This city was shaped by centuries of geographical conditions, economic, historical and cultural influences that made the locals famous for their seriousness, dedication and moderation.
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Georgiana Craighead is Romanian and has traveled extensively throughout the country. Originally from Constanta, she has also lived and studied in Bucharest. As a proud Romanian, she is keen to show off the beauty of her country – from the beach resorts to the mountains. But there is more to Romania than that. She is also keen to explain the culture, food, and more so that readers have a better understanding of what this stunning country has too offer.