With existing services to Bucharest and Constanta, Turkish Airlines added flights to Cluj-Napoca, one of the most important academic, cultural industrial cities in Romania, as its 3rd destination.
Cluj-Napoca, a city in northwestern Romania, is the unofficial capital of the Transylvania region. It’s home to universities, vibrant nightlife and landmarks dating to Saxon and Hungarian rule. Surrounding its central square, Piața Unirii, is the Gothic-style St. Michael’s Church and a dramatic statue of the 15th-century king Matthias Corvinus. The baroque-era Bánffy Palace is now a museum showcasing Romanian art.
Beginning from today, Cluj-Napoca flights will be operated 4 times per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in both directions.
Introductory trip fares are available from Istanbul to Cluj-Napoca, starting from 99 USD and from Cluj-Napoca to Istanbul 99 EUR (including taxes and fees).