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Erasmus blog Cluj-Napoca

  • Equitation day

    Hello all! Today I'm going to write about a very interesting and memorable sensation I've had this summer. It took 22 years of my life to get prepared for the big happening. The meeting between a horse and me. Of course, by being a child, and spending holidays with my...

    0 by Dóra, 4 years ago
  • Romanian Côte d'Azur

    Hello all! The title of this post doesn’t perfectly cover reality. I mean, the Black Sea’s coast shouldn’t ever be compared with the French Riviera. Anyway, this title symbolizes in a funny way that Romania can keep calm due to the fact that it has its own...

    0 by Dóra, 4 years ago
  • The land of bears

    Hello you all! Time has come to write about the most special place in Romania. At least in my opinion it's an unmatched beauty in the world. It reminds me of my childhood and early adolescence years. It reminds me of those years when my family members were younger, all...

    0 by Dóra, 4 years ago
  • Cluj's summer festivals

    Hello all! Cluj is a wonderful and busy city with an amazing nightlife. During the academic year (from October to June) student parties are held actually every weekend, and also on weeknights. During the academic year Cluj never sleeps. But what happens in the Summer?...

    0 by Dóra, 4 years ago
  • UNTOLD Festival

    Hello all! UNTOLD Festival is one of the biggest festivals in Europe held in Cluj-Napoca. It celebrates 2 years from its start back in 2015, when Cluj-Napoca became the European Union’s ‘Capital of Youth’. In the following year (meaning 2016) the festival was...

    0 by Dóra, 4 years ago
  • A walk in Cluj

    Hello everybody! Let's talk a bit about the environment in Cluj, the basic outdoor attractions. I bet your first days in Cluj will be about visiting the following places. 1) Cetatuia Parc Cetatuia Parc is a special hill in the middle of the city, close to Somes river. I...

    0 by Dóra, 4 years ago
  • Cluj- Capital of Youth

    Hello all! During my student years I’ve been living in several cool places like Graz, Helsinki or Rochester, well-developed, greatly-organized, high living-standard countries' cities; however, as a student, I always felt best in Hungary and Romania. Even if...

    1 by Dóra, 4 years ago

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