Cluj County is located in the northwestern part of Romania, in the Transylvania region, bordering in parts on the Apuseni Mountains. With its capital being Cluj-Napoca, the county also offers one of the most important cultural, economic and scientific centers in Romania. Another attraction is the salt mine in Turda, just 31km from Cluj-Napoca, which is also worth a visit.

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Cluj: Stand-up-Comedy mit Toma, Cristi & Sorin Pârcălab

29.02.2024: 20:30
Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca: Ana Coman - Album presentation "You will not forget me "

02.03.2024
Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca: Comedy Factory

04.03.2024
Cluj-Napoca

The Little Prince - a show for adults

06.03.2024
Cluj-Napoca

Constanta: Comic Philharmonic Orchestra

18.03.2024: 19:00
Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca: Direction 5 – Forever Love Tour 2024

22.03.2024
Cluj-Napoca

It is one of the oldest and most famous salt mines in Transylvania and attracts a large amount of visitors every year. The mine, which has been shut down in 1932 due to outdated technology, was formed about 13.5 million years ago by a mix of shallow sea and a very hot tropical climate. Today, however, it offers the perfect trip for the whole family at cool 10-12 degrees.

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