The Psychology of Travel: Visiting Cluj-Napoca (Romania) and Moving Here

Have you ever heard of the psychology of travel? Have you ever wondered what kind of psychological impact could traveling and moving abroad have on you?

First visit to Cluj-Napoca? Here’s some great spots to check!

Have you already got enough relevant tips in order for you to want to set an itinerary and have a blast here?… well here’s some more!

Cluj-Napoca Central Park (Parcul Central “Simion Barnutiu”)

The Cluj-Napoca Central Park, or Parcul Central Simion Barnutiu, is one of the Cluj’s most enticing locations. With over 180 years of history, it is one of the main green spaces in Cluj-Napoca.

Botanical Gardens (Grădina Botanică “Alexandru Borza”)

The Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden, which is officially called “Alexandru Borza Cluj-Napoca University Botanic Garden” is one of the city’s most well known attractions.

Scărişoara Glacier Cave

Explore the natural wonders of the Apuseni Mountains, a karst region, visiting Scărişoara cave.

The National Museum of Transylvanian History

Currently, the museum has a large heritage of 440,000 artefacts, illustrating the culture and history of Transylvania, from the Palaeolithic era to the modern day.

The Village Museum – National Ethnographic Park “Romulus Vuia”

If you’re seeking a trip into the past, then the Village Museum (National Ethnographic Park “Romulus Vuia”) is the place to go.

Turda Salt Mine – Salina Turda

Salina Turda is an impressive salt mine, converted into a super-impressive underground world located around 35km (21 miles) outside of Cluj-Napoca.