Following one of the worst road accidents already recorded in Cluj this year, we are creating a poll in order to gauge support for more speed enforcement devices to be installed across the entire city, with hefty fines and /…
We already love Cluj, that's why we stay here, work here, study here and visit here. That's why it's nice from time-to-time, for Cluj to be recognised as one of the best, if not the best, city to perform any…
Cluj-Napoca mayor, Emil Boc, made the announcement via Facebook, that the city will be receiving 60 new Mercedes buses.
Cluj-Napoca Mayor, Emil Boc announced that the city hall will be implementing a new school transport policy at the start of the new school year.
A partnership between Cluj County Council and Cluj-Napoca City Hall will see the largest parking lot in the Transylvanian region of Romania and a Park & Ride service introduced.
One of the most popular airlines in Romania, Wizz Air, has decided to drop the route connecting Bucharest to Cluj-Napoca from October 27th 2018.
The local council approved the price tariffs which will see a single trip cost 2.50 lei, from the current 2.00 lei. Night travel will now cost 4 lei. Subscriptions will also see an increase with a single line, one-month subscription…
With over 200,000 people attending this year's celebrations, we were treated to a extensive range of activities and performances, delivered by people and organisations from different backgrounds and countries.
The city and the public transport company (CTP) have announced the addition of 15 new Mercedes Conecto G Euro 6 buses with brand new, state-of-the-art facilities have entered circulation.
On March 10th,2018, fashion and lifestyle magazine Vogue, published an article, naming Cluj-Napoca as the "Unofficial Capital of Transylvania" and "one of Eastern Europe’s most vibrant small cities".
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