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Bethlen-Haller Castle

Castelul Bethlen-Haller

Majestic castle that once dominated the land. Many beautiful details have been preserved – a real eye candy for history lovers.

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Attractions near to Bethlen-Haller Castle

  • Fortress Hill

    This forested hill offers unbeatably the best views of the city – climbing is a must do!

  • St. Michael's Church

    An imposing church with the highest tower in Transylvania. A gem of Gothic architecture – art buffs can spend more than an hour just looking!

  • Turda Gorges

    What a stunning sight – narrow gorge covered in a dense forest. A popular rock climbing and hiking destination.

  • Tailors' Bastion

    Abandoned for decades, this guild's tower now undergoes refurbishment to serve as a gallery and urban art centre.

  • Salt Mine

    A must see! Salt mine preserved in its entirety and refurbished into a modern complex. Serves as halotherapy center, too.

  • Etnography Museum of Transylvania

    The largest Romanian museum dedicated to local culture and customs. Huge collection of artefacts illustrating the Transylvanian traditions!

  • Piarist Church

    Beautiful baroque church that has historical primacy in Romania. It holds a real gem – richly ornate altar with a miraculous icon.

  • St. Mary Calvaria Church

    Dating to the 11th century, this tiny church seems like from an altogether different world. A beautiful sight.

  • Bonțida Bánffy Castle

    The once majestic Baroque castle has undergone many injustices during WWII and the communist regime yet still retained its special beauty.

  • Cathedral of the Transfiguration

    A symbol of the Greek-Catholic Cluj community that has undergone many transformations over its history. Note its beautiful frescoes.

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