The address of the conference venue is: Hotel UNIVERSITAS – Babeș Bolyai University Hotel, Pandurilor Street, No.7 (entrance from Plopilor Street), Cluj-Napoca.
The easiest way of getting from the airport to the Universitas Hotel is by taking a taxi. The price of the ride should not be more than 10 Euros or its equivalent of 47 lei (RON).
You can get around using public transportation – the tram stop for trams 101 and 102 is in front of the hotel. Another option is to take the bus, the stop for lines 1, 6, 7, 9, 24, 24B, 25, 29- which are directly connected to the city center- is 10 minutes away.
A 25 minutes stroll from the city center can offer you a good introduction to the city of Cluj-Napoca.
For guidance you can use Google maps and Moovit, which are widely used and offer reliable routes.
Bohemian cafes, music festivals and vigorous nightlife are the soul of Cluj-Napoca, Romania’s second-largest city.
With increasing flight links to European cities, Cluj is welcoming more and more travellers, who usually shoot off to the Apuseni Mountains, Maramureş or more popular towns in southern Transylvania. But once arrived, first-time visitors inevitably lament their failure to allow enough time in Cluj. Start with the architecture, ranging from Romania’s second-largest Gothic church to baroque buildings and medieval towers.
Dip into galleries and gardens. And allow at least one lazy morning to recover from Cluj’s fiery nightlife. The city, teeming with students and artists, is by turns bookish and bawdy (Lonely Planet, 2020).