Cluj-Napoca is the unofficial capital of Transylvania, and though you (probably) won’t find vampires here, you can explore castles, fortresses, botanical gardens, museums and parks. Cluj-Napoca has a vibrant arts scene that embraces both the traditional and the progressive.
St. Michael’s Church is one of the oldest and most famous churches from the city. It is a living proof of what transylvanians are able to create, compared to other parts of Romania.
The Someșul Mic River (Little Someș, Hungarian: Kis-Szamos) is a river in north-western Romania (Cluj County). It is formed at the confluence of two headwaters, Someșul Cald (“Warm Someș”) and Someșul Rece (“Cold Someș”), that come from the Apuseni Mountains. From the confluence, in Gilău, the Someșul Mic flows east and north through Cluj-Napoca, Apahida and Gherla, until it meets the Someșul Mare in Dej. Downstream from Dej, the river is called Someș.