The most important urban center of Transylvania is a city with two names, Cluj-Napoca. Napoca is the name of the old Dacian citadel, while Cluj is the latin term appointed later and it means „the city between the hills”. It was first documented in 1167 known as “Castrum Clus”. It is the residence of the Cluj county and the spiritual and economic capital of Transylvania, being a strong academic and medical center, a diversity and multiculturalism pole, where the past, the present and the future are the sum of identity and local specificity. It is a powerful cultural center through its two teathers, two operas, four cultural houses, the philharmonic, and six museums, including the National History Museum of Transylvanian, which dates from the 19th Century.
You can find out more about Cluj-Napoca and see an overview of the city in the videos below. More turistic attractions are presented here.