Cluj-Napoca Train Station is one of the largest and most transited railway station in northwestern Romania. The building of the station was designed by Ferenc Pfaff and was inaugurated in 1902. The composition and shapes of the building's central body are eclectic, with a beautiful decoration by using bricks of various shapes around the building. The edifice stretches along the first platform, giving the impression of an ensemble of three distinct buildings, joined together by generous lobbies. The façade of the central part is dominated by a monumental entrance, made of glass, finished at the top through a vault that reaches up to the cornice of the building. The year 1902, inscribed on the facade, is the date of completion of the works at the city's first railway station. The entire building has been renovated, both indoors and outdoors, in recent years, redecorating its colorful beauty from its beginnings.
From Cluj-Napoca Train Station depart daily to the following train stations in Romania: Bucharest Nord, Braşov, Timişoara Nord, Oradea, Ploieşti Vest, Suceava, Iaşi, Bistriţa, Teiuş, Galaţi, Alba Iulia, Târgu Mureş, Satu Mare, Miercurea Ciuc etc.
The train station is located in the north of the city about 2 km from the city center.
To get to different parts of the city starting from Cluj-Napoca Train Station or return, the Public Transport Service in the city provides the following bus and tram lines:
Information - Train schedule
CFR Cluj-Napoca Station
Address: str. Piaţa Gării, nr. 1-3, Cluj-Napoca, Cluj county
GPS Coordinates: 46.7843253, 23.5864473
Information Services / Ticket Office:
Tel .: 0264 433 647 or 0731 990 518
International Traffic Information Services / Ticket Office: tel. (004) 0731 990 518
Public Relations Office: tel. (004) 0731 / 990,518
Program: 07:30 - 15:30
Sites where you can see the train movements according to your desired date:
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