Located in the North-West of Romania, one of the richest areas of the country, Cluj-Napoca is roughly equidistant from Bucharest (441 km), Budapest (409 km) and Belgrade (465 km). Located in the Someşul Mic River valley, the city is considered the unofficial capital to the historical province of Transylvania.
More info about the city of Cluj http://romaniatourism.com/cluj.html
By airway: Cluj-Napoca is connected by direct flights with 20 cities. In order to check the flight schedule please visit www.airportcluj.ro . We recommend you to use this type of transportation in order for Romanian National Agency to organize the transfers to the Tool Fair venue.
By road: At the junction of four European roads (E60, E576, E58, E81) and crossed by Translvania Highway, Cluj is accessible both by car and by bus, in which case we recommend you to visit www.autogari.ro
By railway: The national railway page is http://www.cfrcalatori.ro/
The Tool Fair venue The Tool Fair will take place at Grand Hotel Italia in Cluj Napoca (Cluj district), Vasile Conta Street, No 2. http://www.grandhotelitaliacluj.ro/ Located in a residential neighborhood, the hotel is 4 km away from the Cluj city center and 20 minutes away by car from Cluj-Napoca International Airport.