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Hotel Beyfin Cluj-Napoca, Romania Hotel Beyfin Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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Hotel Beyfin is at a walking distance towards all the important landmarks, museums, bars and restaurants in Cluj-Napoca. Take your time to explore the multicultural sides of the city and feel free to get to know the friendly locals.

Avram Iancu Square
On the western part of the old city, guarded by three bastions and gates, this square was initially a marketplace, which was going to be moved to the central square. Eventually, the marketplace was moved closer to the railroad, in the curre ...
The Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral
The Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral (Avram Iancu Square) was built between 1923-1933, according to the plans of the architects Constantin Pompoiu and George Cristinel, representing the Romanian architectural style It is one of the most impo ...
The “Lucian Blaga" National Theatre and Romanian Opera
2-4 Stefan cel Mare Square
Phone: 0264592826
The Justice Palace
1, Dorobantilor Street /1, Stefan cel Mare Square
Cluj County Prefect's Headquarter
58, December 21st 1989 Boulevard
The Reformed Church
The Reformed Church, on Lupului Street, is a late gothic historical monument of great religious and architecture importance. The church was built in many stages, as a monastery for the Minorite – Franciscan monks, promoted and supported b ...
Eroilor Pedestrian Area
Eroilor Boulevard is one of the most important arteries in Cluj-Napoca. From the late nineteenth century until 1919, it was called Deak Ferenc Utca, in translation "Deak Ferenc Street." Between the two world wars it was called the Queen Mar ...
Union square
The Union Square is one of the oldest markets of Cluj Napoca. It is grouped around the St. Michael Church and takes pride in being the largest old market in Central and Southeastern Europe.Its original name was Large Square and in 1869, it ...
The Roman Catholic "Saint Michael" Church
The Roman Catholic "Saint Michael" Church (Union Square), a great historical and religious architecture monument is one of the most imposing gothic edifices in our country. It was built approximately between 1350 and 1480 and it is the firs ...
The Banffy Palace
The Palace, built in the 18th century by the nobiliary Bánffys, is representative for the Transylvanian baroque. Designed by the Sibiu-born architect Johann Eberhard Blaumann, the building surrounds a spacious inner yard. Above the gate, o ...
The Mirror Street
Iuliu Maniu Street
The Matthias Corvinus House
The Matthias Corvinus House (or Mehffy House) is a building created in the 15th century gothic style (today it houses Art and Design University of Cluj Napoca). In this house, which was the city’s inn in past, was born on 23rd of February ...
Museum Square
The Museum Square, located in the heart of Cluj Napoca is one of the oldest markets in the city. It is named after Transylvania History Museum.The Old City Square had different names throughout history: in was known as the Small Square in t ...
The "Babes-Bolyai" University
Coordonate GPS:
N: 46° 46' 03,1"
E: 23° 35' 28,9"
The Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania
21 Memorandumului Street
Phone: + 40 (0)264 - 592.344
Cluj-Napoca City Hall
1-3, Motilor Street
"Alexandru Borza" Botanical Garden
„Alexandru Borza” Botanical Garden (42 Republicii Street) – Being a national museum, the garden was founded in 1872, having an initial surface of 4.3 ha. Thanks to prof. A. Richter, the surface has reached 9.6 ha. In 1920, professor A ...
The Central University Library
The previous institution that hosted the Central University Library had been the Transylvanian Museum Library, the first institution from the city that had served the larger public. The Transylvanian Museum Library had been open to the read ...
"Simion Barnutiu" Central Park
The creation of the Central Park was one of the first initiatives of urban remodeling of the city at the end of the 19th century. Cluj-Napoca needed a leisure spot in the close proximity of the city center. In 1827, the Women’s Charity Or ...
The Cetatuia Park
Two years after the death of the empress Elisabeth – Austro-Hungarian emperor Franz Josef`s wife – the inhabitants named the promenade of the southern ridge of Cetatii Hill after the empress, also placing her statue here.In 1702, a marb ...