Floresti is a common near Cluj Napoca, documentary attested from 1272. Settlement near a city with great economic power provided Floreşti a strong possibility of urban development and the gradual lifting of economic and cultural level of the population. Floresti offers many sights worth visiting.
Fetei Fortress was built in 1241 by the bishops of Transylvania near the village Floresti, being the oldest historical monument in the municipality. The city suffered damage during the Bobâlna uprising when it was torn down. Currently, you can visit the ruins of the ancient city and a hole, which, according to legend, starts an underground tunnel that connects the fortress to St. Michael Church in the historic center of Cluj Napoca.
The bust Gheorghe Sincai, historian and philosopher, the work of sculptor Virgil Fulicea, was unveiled in 1978 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the first Romanian-language schools in Floreşti. In 1925 was built a Momument of Heroes in memory of soldiers from Floresti fallen in the World War. The three churches in Floresti, Roman Catholic Church, built in the fourteenth - century, Tauti wooden church, built in 1822, and St. Dimitrie Romanian parish church, built between 1830-1834, are places of worship that supports the living history of the village.
Those seeking accommodation in Floreşti, in a much quieter area than the city of Cluj Napoca, can opt for accommodation and quality services in pensions and hotels located here.