Apartments for rent
|Address:||Str. Eugen Ionesco nr 122 C, Cartier Europa Cluj Napoca|
In the month of September of 2010 we opened our Boutique Voyage, to give you the comfort you need during which you will spend in our town.
Transport from the airport to the Boutique Voyage and return is provided free of charge to all hotel guests who request this service.
Apartment complex is situated in Europe in Cluj Napoca, after the plain towards the roundabout Dawn Faget district, in a quiet area where you can see a panorama of the city.
To get to the highlights of our city do not have to travel a great distance:
- Expotransilvania - 10 minutes
- Center Cluj - 5 minutes
- Iulius Mall Business Center - 7 minutes
- Power Business Center - 6 minutes
- Headquarters BRD - 6 minutes
- Maestro Business Center, 6 minutes
- Olympia Business Center - 6 minutes
- University Campus FSEGA - 7 minutes
- Sigma Dawn Center - 3 minutes
- Park TETAROM 3 (Eckerle Cluj, Terapia Cluj, Nokia Cluj) - 12 minutes
* distances are approximate and are calculated by machine
Facilities in rooms:
- Bathroom with bath or shower with jacuzzi
- Hair dryer in bathroom
- Cable TV LCD TV
- balcony with great view
- Daily housekeeping
- disposable slippers
- shower gel
- Hair Shampoo
- hair lotions
- Needle kit
- Silicone sponge for shoes
- shower helmet hair
Amenities in complex:
- parking on premises
- Wireless Internet
- breakfast room with facilities for coffee, tea, milk, Carlos, etc.
- breakfast on request
Pedestrian route through the center of Cluj
The route follows to go through the most important historic squares in downtown Cluj Napoca by step. Routing is around 2h, varies depending on how long you spend at each landmark.
Departure is from the entry of Horea street, at Michael the Brave Square, where you can enjoy two palaces on sides: ob right the Szeky Palace and the Bobas Palace on left. Forward trough the square to see the imposing statue of Michael the Brave surrounded by green space. It is also surrounded by old buildings with different architecture depending on the periods in which they were built each. In the background you can see an inevitable massive building, the Piersic Cinema. Then you continue to Avram Iancu Square, then Stefan Cel Mare Square, then Eroilor street, then Union Square, then Museum Square and then you came back to Michael the Brave.
See more information on pedestrian route "Old Markets from Cluj Center" website ClujTravel.com
Is located at a distance of 30 km from Cluj-Napoca, in the village Bontida. Banffy Castle is a sight you should not miss it if you visit Cluj, or in transition to Dej. It'll be here starting the direction Cluj-Dej, then turn right in town Bontida.
The field was donated, as historians say, by King Sigismund of Luxembourg to Banffy family. On the land in this area, the family mentioned above began, around 1437, the building of the house which today is proof of that time. The construction of the castle spread over a period of about 100 years and underwent significant changes over time. The palace was built by the great aristocratic family in Transylvania, Banffy family.
To visit the Banffy you have to pay a fee of 2 RON/ person.
At the entrance there is a parking space for cars.
Read the full article about Castle Banffy – ClujTravel.com
Museum Square - Cluj Napoca
The square was transformed into a pedestrian zone, where during summer terraces are opened and where they organize events, especially in the Matthias Corvinus House.
The Market has a medieval air due to its paved street and old buildings which surrounds it. Theb Museum Square represents for many a place of tranquility in the bustle of the city.
Museum Square was named after History Museum of Transylvania which is in its end.
Read more about Museum Square in Cluj – ClujTravel.com
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.