Youthink Hostel

Republicii St. no 74, 400015 Cluj-Napoca, România, Cluj-Napoca

General

Oferind WiFi gratuit, parcare gratuită și o grădină mare cu terasă și grătar, Youthink Hostel este situat în Cluj-Napoca, la 400 de metri de Grădina Botanică din Cluj și la 10 minute de mers pe jos de Piața Unirii.
Fiecare cameră și dormitor comun include cutie de valori și oferă acces la o baie comună. Lenjeria de pat este inclusă în tarif, iar prosoapele sunt disponibile la un cost suplimentar.
Universitatea Babes-Bolyai este situată la 900 de metri de Youthink Hostel, iar Statuia lui Matei Corvin se află la 1,1 km de proprietate. Cel mai apropiat aeroport este Aeroportul Internațional Avram Iancu Cluj, situat la 10 km de Youthink Hostel.

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

12:00

Cancellation / Prepayment

Politica de anulare şi plată în avans variază în funcţie de tipul camerei.

Children and extra beds

Toţi copiii sunt bineveniţi. Nu există spaţiu pentru paturi suplimentare în cameră.

Pets

Se acceptă animale de companie (vă rugăm să contactați proprietatea în prealabil). Poate să stea gratis.

Accepted credit cards

Visa, MasterCard, Maestro

Facilities

  • Free Parking
  • Heating
  • Ironing board
  • Kitchenette
  • Laundry
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Seating area
  • Shared bathroom
  • Wake up service
  • WiFi

Internet

Internet wireless este disponibil în camerele hotelului şi este gratuit.

Parking

Este posibilă parcarea privată gratuit la proprietate (nu este necesară rezervare).

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Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca, commonly known as Cluj, is situated in the northwestern part of the country. Geographically, it is roughly equidistant from Bucharest (324km/201miles), Budapest (351km/218miles) and Belgrade (322km/200miles). The city lies at the confluence of the Apuseni Mountains, the Someș Plateau and the Transylvanian Plain. It is the historical capital of Transylvania and it is also one of the most important academic, cultural, industrial and business centers in Romania.

Sports & nature

Sports & natureSports and nature are guaranteed not only by the numerous parks (Simion Barnutiu Central Park, Iulius Park, Alexandru Borza Botanical Garden, Cetatuia Park, Iuliu Hatieganu Sports Park) inside the city of Cluj-Napoca, but also by Baisoara Ski Resort, Cojocna Baths, Turda Salt Mine, Tarnita Lake, Feleac Slope which are placed outside the city, but in the near area.

The city hosts two stadiums: Dr. Constantin Radulescu (or CFR Cluj Stadium) and Cluj Arena, the last one ranked as an UEFA Elite Stadium. Sports and nature are guaranteed not only by the numerous parks (Simion Barnutiu Central Park, Iulius Park, Alexandru Borza Botanical Garden, Cetatuia Park, Iuliu Hatieganu Sports Park) inside the city of Cluj-Napoca, but also by Baisoara Ski Resort, Cojocna Baths, Turda Salt Mine, Tarnita Lake, Feleac Slope which are placed outside the city, but in the near area. The city hosts two stadiums: Dr. Constantin Radulescu (or CFR Cluj Stadium) and Cluj Arena, the last one ranked as an UEFA Elite Stadium.

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoCluj was named the European Youth Capital in 2015 which is no surprise considering not only numerous bars, clubs and restaurants, but also the festivals that take place annually: Untold Festival and Electric Castle.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoCluj-Napoca is a city with numerous narrow streets and beautiful old buildings, offering many examples of fine Late Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

The city has a series of institutions, cultural and educational centers worth visiting such as the House of Matthias Corvinus, the Main Square or Union Square where Saint Michael's Curch dominates the entire area, The National Theatre “Lucian Blaga” which also hosts the National Romanian Opera, the Bánffy Palace in which is placed the National Art Museum, the Széki Palace, Rhédey Palace, Berde Palace, Teleki Palace, Jósika Palace, Toldalagi-Korda Palace, Wass Palace.

Cluj hosts the following festivals: TiMAF (Transilvania International Music & Art Festival), TIFF (Transilvania International Film Festival), Comedy Cluj, “Temps d'images” Festival, Transilvania International Guitar Festival, Musical Autumn of Cluj, Mozart Festival, Transilvania Jazz Festival, Light Festival.

The name of the city dates back to the XII-th century from the latin “Castrum Clus”, the word “Clus” meaning “closed” and referring to the hills and mountains surrounding the city, but it has been way back before a military area, when the Roman Empire conquered Dacia during 107-108. The city's history was subject to uncertainty until the 9th century when the Hungarians occupied the area, quickly followed by German settlers. The settlement was granted the status of “civitas” (city) in 1316 and numerous fortifications were built for protection against Tatar and Ottoman invasions. In 1699, the city became part of the Austrian Empire under Habsburg Rule and in 1867 it became part of Hungary. It has its actual name since 1918, when it became a part of the newly-formed Romania.


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