Pension
Caramell

Address: Str. Regina Maria, nr. 15 Cluj Napoca
Contact: Colonia Borhanci - cart. Gheorgheni
 






Caramell Pension matches the elegance with the refinement of the internal architecture and with the 4* endowment and the green spaces.
The classic style, the great atmosphere pleasant and quiet highlights the natural light and the beautiful panorama offers a different approaches.

Locating:

Caramell Pension is located in Colonia Borhanci area - in Gheorgheni s Quarter, in a quiet and green area.

Caramell Pension is 5 minutes from the exit drive to Bucharest and is also minutes away from the following attractions and public institutions:
- House Radio
- the Iulius Mall
- National Theatre
- Financial Administration,
- Cluj Court
- Court of Appeal and the Court,
- Cathedral Orthodox Archdiocese,
- Military and Army House Hospital,
- Faculty of Political Science

 

Caramell Pension is 5 minutes from the exit drive to Bucharest and is also minutes away from the following attractions and public institutions:

- Radio House

- the Iulius Mall

- National Theatre

- Financial Administration,

- Court Cluj

- Court of Appeal and the Court,

- Orthodox Archdiocese Cathedral

- Military and Army House Hospital

- Faculty of Political Science

We offer:
- Air-conditioned in each room ( 8 euro/ day)
- Safe-deposit in each room for free
- Wireless internet acces free
- Shower Bath with water massage and radio
- Hair dresser in bathrooms 


 -Parking place for free
 -White bad liners and towers



In the rooms the smoke is forbidden .

 

 

Trip: Cluj Napoca – Turda Gorges Route, Romania

Turda Gorges is a natural reservation since 1938 and it’s located at 33.9 kilometers from Cluj-Napoca, a distance that can be traveled by car in less than 40 minutes. Turda Gorges is included on UNESCO list, among the most important natural monument in the world. Here, archaeologists found remains of mammals of the Copper Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age.


For the nature enthusiasts who visit Cluj, the route Cluj – Turda Gorges can be a very nice way to spend a full day in the middle of beautiful nature scenery. From the city, the route follows the road DN60 to Turda. From here, it goes on DN1 (E81) immediately after leaving Turda towards Alba-Iulia. The route crosses the villages called Mihai Viteazu and Cheia, from where a paved road leads to the destination.


Turda Gorges is about 1270 m long and occurred as a result of eroding of river Hasdat in Jurassic limestone rock. The maximum height reached by the rocks is 250 m, offering tourists spectacular scenery.


Turda Gorges is located in North of Trascau Mountains, which are in the East side of Apuseni Mountains. This is just one of the other gorges of Trascau Mountains.


Turda Gorges’ points of interest are a number of almost 60 caves in the area, from which the longest one measures 120 m. These caves we used in the past as hiding places from the Tatar invasions. The most important caves are Bats Cave, Oven Cave, Calastur Cave, Big Castle Cave and Hill’s Cave.


Turda Gorges’ landscape consists of high and steep cliffs, rocky dales, sharp ridges, stone towers, arches etc. Flora and fauna of Cheile Turzii comprise over 1.000 species of plants and animals, some of them endangered. These include wild garlic, eagle rock, rock butterfly and many more.


The landscape is completed by Turda Gorges Cottage, located at 1385 m altitude. Built in 1935, the building has a medieval look that’s very attractive for tourists looking to feel closer to nature and history in this special area.


Turda Gorges, due to its beauty, can be included on the long list of Transylvania’s attractions that can be visited departing from Cluj-Napoca. Around this area, tourists can also choose to visit Turda Salt Mine, Potaissa Roman Camp or Felix Baths.


Source: ClujTravel.com
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Village Museum in Cluj Napoca

Village Museum in Cluj Napoca

The locals called it "Village Museum", the National Ethnographic Park "Romulus Vuia" is located near one of the largest and richest forests of Cluj, Hoia, continuation that starts with Citadel Hill in downtown Cluj.


Ethnographic Park "Romulus Vuia" in Cluj, is the first open-air ethnographic museum in Romania and the sixth in Europe, is part of the Ethnographic Museum.

The museum can be visited from Tuesday - Sunday (Monday closed) between the hours: 9.00 - 17.00 (last entry 16.00)

History of the Village Museum:

National Ethnographic Park "Romulus Vuia" was founded in 1929 and is named after the first director and founder, Professor Romulus Vuia. Located in the Hoia forrest in Cluj-Napoca, the park is divided into two thematic areas: "Technical installations and workshops" (30 technical installations and 6 case-workshop) and "regional types of households and monuments of folk architecture" (12 households complete peasant from different ethnographic regions of Transylvania).

Full article about the Village Museum in Cluj ClujTravel.com

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Karolina obelisk - monument secular Cluj Napoca

Karolina obelisk - monument secular Cluj Napoca


Karolina obelisk is the oldest secular monument of Cluj Napoca.

The obelisk is in the center of the Museum Square pedestrian zone. Surrounded by a medieval landscape, old buildings, terraces and imposing trees, the monument was erected after the visit of Emperor Francis I and Empress Augusta Carolina in the summer of 1817.

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Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj Napoca, Romania

Babes-Bolyai University

Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj is one of the largest public institutions of higher education in our country. It continues the tradition of the University of Cluj created in 1919. In 1959 Romanian University of Cluj (which was called Babes) joined the Hungarian (Bolyai) and then there is the new name, Babes-Bolyai University. But it has roots in the Jesuit College from 1581. Multicultural format was preserved until today in all parts being found university with teaching in Hungarian, Romanian and German.

The multicultural character stands at the Babes-Bolyai University. There are 17 university in Hungarian languages , 10 in German and two in English. Hungarian is taught exclusively in the Faculty of Protestant Theology and Roman Catholic Theology.

Official Site: http://www.ubbcluj.ro/
Address: Kogalniceanu no. 1
Contact: 0264 / 40.53.00
Source: http://ro.wikipedia.org

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