Cheapest car hire in Cluj-Napoca Airport
*daily rates in Cluj-Napoca Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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Useful things to know about Cluj-Napoca Airport
- Cluj- Napoca is renowned as the capital of the mysterious Transylvania region.
- Founded at the start of the second century, Cluj-Napoca is the second biggest city in Romania
- Over a million passengers use Cluj-Napoca Airport each year to get to Transylvania
- You can fly to Cluj-Napoca Airport from London’s Luton airport with Wizzair
- Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary was born in the city in 1443 and went on to become one of Hungary’s greatest leaders
Cluj-Napoca Mini Guide
Who Travels to Cluj-Napoca International Airport?
It’s the most visited destination in Romania and one look will tell you why. It’s really easy to get around, especially if you’ve hired a car, and, if you ever get bored of the city, you can drive out into the mysterious and majestic Transylvanian countryside for a look at rural life in one of the most enigmatic parts of an enigmatic country.
How do I get to Cluj-Napoca Airport?
With the rise of the budget airlines, almost anywhere in Europe is within reach and Cluj-Napoca is no exception. Only Wizzair fly there from the UK
but they also cover a number of other European routes. If flying from the UK, Luton will be your departure airport for the flight of just under four hours.
What can I see or do in Cluj-Napoca?
Whilst Cluj-Napoca is very pretty, despite being a big city, it’s the countryside out of the city that excites tourists travelling to this part of the world. Thought of as the capital of the region of Transylvania, the countryside is the mythical home of Dracula and the original home of the person he was based on, Count Vlad Dracul. As in the stories, you’ll find mountain top castles, steep sided valleys with rushing water coursing through them and seemingly impenetrable woods. You’ll also see the friendly locals cultivating the soils in much the same way they have for hundreds of years.