Make the most of your time near the center of the city while staying at Radisson Blu Hotel, Cluj

Located in the heart of Transylvania, Radisson Blu Hotel, Cluj, is idyllically located to see the best of the city and spectacular countryside. Learn about Dracula with a treasure hunt around the city and discover things not even some locals know. For a day of shopping, the city center offers plenty of small, chic shops. Before leaving the city, don’t miss a trip up Cetățuia Hill to create long-lasting memories with a beautiful, panoramic view of the city. Read on for more suggestions of things to see and do in the area.

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Cluj Arena

0.07 mi / 0.12 km from the hotel
Hosting the best games and events in Cluj-Napoca, this impressive modern stadium opened in 2011 and seats over 30,000. Promising a magical atmosphere, the huge arena is home to both the local football team, FC Universitatea Cluj, and the legendary Untold Festival’s main stage.

BT Arena (Polyvalent Hall)

0.17 mi / 0.28 km from the hotel
The BT Arena, also known as the Polyvalent Hall, is a multifunctional indoor arena that provides easy access to a wide range of sports activities and events in the center of Cluj. Located along the Somes River, the stadium seats up to 10,000 and its powerful design concept alone is well worth a visit.

Simion Bărnuţiu Central Park

0.28 mi / 0.45 km from the hotel
Central Park is a large, urban space in the heart of Cluj, offering a relaxing oasis from the busy city center. The park attracts crowds from all around the world with music, art, and sports events every summer, including a selection of famed European festivals including Untold and Jazz In The Park.

Cluj-Napoca Art Museum

0.82 mi / 1.32 km from the hotel
If you’re passionate about art, be sure to visit the Cluj-Napoca’s Art Museum. Located in Bánffy Palace – a baroque building built between 1774-1775, the fine art museum features works by major Romanian and European artists, including sculptures, graphics, and decorative art.

Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden

0.79 mi / 1.27 km from the hotel
Founded in 1920 by Alexandru Borza, Cluj’s beautiful Botanical Garden spans over 14 hectares with an impressive collection of over 10,000 plants from around the world. Systematically divided into sections based on Professor Borza’s original system, the garden provides visitors with a living botanical book.

Romulus Vuia Ethnographic Park

0.97 mi / 1.57 km from the hotel
The first open-air museum in Romania – the Romulus Vuia Ethnographic Park - features the traditional architecture of beautifully crafted wooden interiors depicting the Romanian peasant life. Ancient farming tools, embroidery, and wooden utensils are exhibited within the houses and park-specific areas.