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Arrival at Cluj-Napoca Avram Iancu international airport:
The airport is situated about 8 km from city center, which can be reached only by road (buses and taxis are available, taking about 15 minutes to reach the center). To reach the city center, Taxis are available any time (about 6-8 EURO). Recommended are the bus no. 8 and the trolleybus no. 5 (one ticket – 2.5 LEI). The payment is recommended to be made in the official Romanian currency – LEI (1 EURO = about 4.8 LEI). Currency exchange offices are available in the airport.
Participants travelling from other European countries have a large range of alternative choices, flying directly from London-Luton, Paris, Rome, Munchen, Koln, Wien etc. to Cluj-Napoca or via Bucharest. Many airlines have flights connecting Cluj-Napoca, e.g. TAROM, Lufthansa, Wizzair, Blue Air etc. For non-European participants, the best choice is to fly to Bucharest Otopeni and then on to Cluj-Napoca.
Arrival at the railway station:
The Cluj-Napoca railway station has services to major cities in Romania (Bucharest, Timisoara, Iasi, Sibiu, Oradea) and to the International railway network via Vienna-Budapest-Oradea. For details about train schedules, see CFR Calatori
Arrival by car:
Cluj-Napoca is connected to western European countries via Hungary by European road E60 and highways. Travel times are about 9 hours from Vienna and about 6 hours from Budapest.
From the city center, one can reach the campus in about 20 minutes walking or in less than 10 minutes by bus or trolleybus. A local transport ticket costs 2.5 lei (about 50 Euro cents). More details about the public transport in Cluj-Napoca can be found at: Public Transport SiteA detailed map of Cluj-Napoca at: Google Maps