Cluj-Napoca is an old town built on the ruins of the Roman city Napoca. It is the capital, or the heart of Transylvania (north-western part of Romania). During the austro-hungarian empire it was called Clausenburg, and before world warr two, his surname was "the little Heidelberg".
The city is a major conference venue and visitors can enjoy many attractions, including opera, theatres,
art galleries, museums,
the Botanical Garden,
and much more.