CLUJ NAPOCA is the historical capital of Transylvania, nowadays one of the most important cultural and academic cities of Romania.
The tour includes:
– the Union Square: St. Michael’s Cathedral, the second largest gothic Cathedral in Romania, built during the second half of the 15th century; the statue of Matia Corvin; Banffy Palace/Art Museum and other historical and architectural monuments;
– Babesh-Bolyai University area; the Reformed Church, the statue of St George killing the Dragon; the Tailors’ Tower – the only lasting part of the defensive walls, and the statue of Baba Novac (a famous army leader at the end of the 16th century)
– Avram Iancu Square: the Orthodox Cathedral (1933, Byzantine style); the National Theatre and Opera House (1906, Baroque-Rococo style).