Travel Datasheet For Cluj, Romania

Cluj (it’s full name is Cluj-Napoca) used to be part of the Austrian-Hungarian empire, and somehow Romania got a hold of it. Its demographics are strange because there are tons of Hungarians along with foreign medical and Erasmus students. You’re just as likely to hear a foreign language walking down the street as you are Romanian.

GIRLS

In Cluj you’ll find more fair-skinned women than in Bucharest and Iasi. Before getting excited at the prospect of getting a Hungarian flag, understand that those girls are technically born in Romania, so it’s possible you can get a Romanian flag via a girl who is genetically Hungarian. You’ll also find Moldavian girls, who are the hottest but have colder attitudes and limited English. You can speak Russian with them.

The worst part of Cluj is that I commonly saw guys dating down. I suspected they could do better in other Romanian cities. There seems to be a surplus of tall handsome men compared to Bucharest, so I was average looking in Cluj while slightly above average in the capital.

Since there’s a surplus of guys, the competition for women is more intense than Bucharest. You’ll find attitudes in women to be less warm, but still warmer than in Anglo countries. If I went to Cluj before Bucharest, I have no doubt that my impression would have been glowingly positive, but compared to Bucharest, it was tougher going with my approaches at night. I felt that I had to rely mostly on day game to get some good interactions going.

You will see a lot of young girls but many are rated 6 and below, and seem to have their pick of attractive guys from Romania, Hungary, Spain, France, and even Germany. It was no surprise that I suffered tough blowouts that was less the case in Bucharest, though it’s possible that many girls thought I was a lowly Erasmus student.

The worst part of Cluj is the huge hipster scene, where women were unkempt and sometimes grossly overweight. Most of the student pubs cater to this demographic. On the other end of the spectrum you have high-end snobby clubs, with no middle ground venues containing cute girls who are open. It became very clear to me early on that Cluj would not be a place I’d want to stay for more than a week. The vibe seemed to say, “You have to work hard here to get laid,” even though the surplus of universities would suggest otherwise. On the bright side, Americans are super rare here.

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WHERE TO STAY

Stay in the center at Piati Unirii. Booking.com has a lot of apartment rentals for good prices near this location.

THE BOTTOM LINE

It’s possible that I went to Cluj on an off-week, but I have to say that my experience was negative overall. Also my Romanian friend who lived in Cluj for one year hated it so much that he tried to talk me out of going. My gut instinct is to say that Cluj is fine if you’re coming directly from Anglo pussy hell, but it’s not the best of what Romania has to offer.

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Nick Nemausus
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Went to Cluj this past summer. Only spent a night there, it was dead as all the university students had disappeared. On the whole, Romania intrigues me, I’d like to go back and spend more time there in a second tier city that isn’t deserted in summer.

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Wow- it amazes how so many crumy 2nd rate towns the World over have such lousy and unconscionably proud outlooks. It’s like my old guitar instructor told me about his life as a business man- the raw talent legends like Stevie Ray Vaughn and Pink Floyd he’s met we’re super cool and down to Earth while the jerks, wanna bes, and pretenders were ass holes for the most part. My mileage agrees- as I musician I’ve met two 25 million album selling players- Creeds Mark Tremonti and The Doors Robbie Krieger- both guys were intelligent, humble, and never seemed to tire of learning. Towns are the same. Let me tell you the Cluj of the South has to be Chattanooga, TN- lousy dull pretentious. Friends from NYC have told
Me that towns the worst ever. Roosh if
You want some
Hillbilly torment try Choo Choo City
Aka Chattanooga. I bet you’ll
Book the next flight to
Denmark.

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“Cluj (it’s full name is Cluj-Napoca) used to be part of the Austrian-Hungarian empire, and somehow Romania got a hold of it”

Please do your research and don’t be ignorant. Cluj is in Transylvania, which is a historical region in Romania since the beginning of time. It’s mix of demographics has nothing to do with it’s rightful ownership. The Austro-Hungarian empire was the one that, at some point and “somehow”, got a hold of it, not Romania.

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Romania never existed before Trianon,after the Turks killed much of the Hungarian population,shepherds from the mountains mixed with cumans and whatnot from Wallachia began to move to Transylvania and over the time they overpopulated everyone there,both the Hungarians and the Saxons who built that country are now a minority and its a part of Romania now.Even their language was “latinized” in the favor of their invented history in the 20th century and end of 19th.

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I love the nationalistic hate that Roosh gets. It only makes Roosh more likeable when a person from some tiny country takes an offhanded comment and blows up emotionally about it, or will make a jab at America, not knowing that Roosh criticizes America more than anybody else.

Hungarians will have a different story about Transylvania than this Ceics fellow.

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Tenerife and “…” – you’re both dumbfucks. I won’t debate with you or anyone else for that matter, my comment was for Roosh to do his research better next time. As for Roosh, fuck him really. He can have his opinions. I will continue to read him anyways. Evenin’ gents.

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Cluj was always romanian. Hungary tried to steal it for some time. Roosh – read some history, there i no wonder you get so much hate if you insult in such ways a whole nation… First the gypsy comments, now that Cluj is not romanian… this is pathetic. Cluj has 80% romanians read the demographics

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I doubt Roosh or anyone gives a fuck about the history of gypsy land so please just stop this shit.thanks

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I think you should stop being a shit instead.

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well so given ravaru is being excessive, but he has a point.. a little research never hurts.. unless u go to poland.. then its MURICA!!

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Its original name is Kolozsvár and until 1941,the majority of the population(88percent) was Hungarian with a significant German minority,like whole Transylvania, just check the official censuses in the past.But yea,romanians breed like rabbits so they overpopulate everyone grin

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I will try to overpopulate your mother as well dumbass.

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Check the official censuses,plus Romania never existed as a country ever before,read any history book man,it would do you good.Romanians are a pretty big mix,leftover shepherds from the roman era,cumans,gypsies,slavs and they try to be Dacians nowdays if I know well,lol

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The only leftover I see is you, something leftover from some gypsy semen that impregnated your mother. Like I said previously, I won’t debate history with the likes of you, here to provoke ad hominem and insult. Istead, I will give you ad hominem directly because it is what you deserve.

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Well,it was you Romas starting the whole debate here actually but be it your way Sandokan.

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Well actually after the mongols raped Hungarian ass they pretty much lost control of the region and no amount of magyarization policies could offset the now Romanian majority. True, the itself city would most likely have had a Hungarian and German saxon majority, as it would make sense of a ruling class, but the Romanian serfs in the countryside far outnumbered them. Hungary pretty much lost control of Transylvania completely with the fall of the feudal system towards the end of the 1800s and was ready to be integrated under Romanian rule by 1918 where it exists to this very day :). Hungarians cry and make up stories about it to this very day. And it’s ok mate, it’s normal.

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Turks and Mongols ruined Hungary and thats when the romanians from Wallachia began to move to Transylvania,Hungarians kept foreigners usually at the countrys border as the first defend against the enemy but after Hungarians were mostly wiped out,these foreigners began to move in(they were even settled there by the Hungarian king to repopulate the desolated areas,mostly by non-hungarians) because the feudal lords didnt give a shit who worked on their lands.Romanians(strange mix of different people,never called romanian before their “awakening” era) so slowly settled in Transylvania and overpopulated the Hungarians on some parts but by Trianon they were still a minority there.The problem is Romanians somehow invented shitty stories that they are Dacians to claim that land(by this logic I’m Celtic because I live in a town that was once a celtic settlement,woohoo),its a proven fact that the Romanian language was even latinized in the favor of their “latin” origin and the western powers gladly helped them to weaken the already dying Austro-Hungarian empire.They were just puppets and to this day they cant even manage their own country normally while its big and geographically very favorable.Along with Slovakians,they are pretty pitiful in trying to invent their history while it doesnt really exist,no kings,no country,no anything,its rather sad.I’m sorry for you.

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Wow you are really delusional with this overpopulation theory. Just thought someone ought to tell you this. And it’s incredible the ammount of mouthfoam and crazytalk you’ll go at, for someone not caring about us in Romania. So thanks so much for caring dude! We are touched, really.

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Its actually you who said you wont debate history with me here yet keep replying since then smile Btw I’m wondering how many of your kind are here,I didnt know this is like a great roma gathering.

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Arguable. While there was a movement to relatinize the language in the 1800s (which apparently succeeded smile ) after various slavic influences, the earliest proper written record in Romanian dates back to 1521 (yes, we discovered writing quite late razz ). The medieval Romanian there is pretty similar to modern Romanian (except written in Cyrillic). Considering the majority of the population were pretty much analphabets by then it’s unfeasible that any latinization attempts may have been implementable by western powers.
Latin Romanian (with of course Slavic influences) can at least be dated until then, and considering language propagation speeds are retardedly slow without a formal education system it’s tractable that proto-Romanian existed in a similar format long before that. The relatinization merely attempted to replace the slavic influences from the language but the latin base was already there.

The Roman empire extended up to Transylvania until their withdrawal in 271. Unless the pseudolatindacian population got all murdered in the Slav/Hun/Hungarian/etc invasions (which would have been stupid cuz then you don’t have the serfs required to work the land), it’s quite likely that the “original” population endured. Raped and pillaged by various other nations and ethnicities over the centuries sure but the genetic like is likely still there. Although without some preserved dacian mummy guy to do DNA testing in it’s up for discussion :)))

While, indeed, Romanian history is taught in schools in a highly romanticized way attempting to build a sort of historical identity while downgrading their neighbors for political reasons, the same goes for all the other countries yours included.

Modern Romania is indeed, sadly, a colony of central and western Europe.

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Wow,you can actually write facts,your borderline retarded brethrens like ceics could take an example from you.I like you.I agree with the last part,but you see even if we accept the lie that Transylvania is historically romanian where there was never a country as Romania,you were a minority there and now tell that how the baaaaad austro-hungarians oppressed you,but now there is a Hungarian minority in the country and the Romanians in no way want to give autonomy.Double standards.Also no offense,but we dont need to hate anyone for no reason to build our historical identity,we had a kingdom for over 1100 years,hundreds of kings,nobel prize winners,inventors,military leaders,great battles its just frustrating that we lost 70percent of our country,half of our hungarian brethrens live abroad so its a bit hard to forget,not to mention while more and more blatant lies appear to justify a crime,okay romanians live there now,be it,but dont make up stories just so justify it and if we all live in a modern age with no nationalism for real as it is portrayed,then give autonomy to those Hungarians living abroad,that would be a fair thing,that everyone could accept and probably these kind of pointless debates and hatings could be avoided.
Ps:Yes the Dacian genes are still in you,but the Celtic,Avar,Cuman,Roman,Slavic and German genes too,just like in me and everyone else living in these areas,no one is pure,it just doesnt really count,I myself am half German,but culturally I’m fully Hungarian so it doesnt really matter,just like I’m not celtic or cuman culturally while its genetically in me for sure.

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lol :))) Autonomy? To what? Those 2-3 counties that are some of the
poorest in the country? Have you been there? They have no industry to
support themselves and most of them know it except a handful of lunatics
(quite likely fed separatist ideas by the Hungarian government to stir
things up and not let people get along. No blaming, just saying :)) ).
Bucharest has to pump money into it to keep it afloat. Hahahah… give
it autonomy for all I care. Save me my tax money. Give it independence
even. They’ll be back begging to be re-annexed in 3 years tops as they
start starving. Ethnic issues aside, economically and politically it
doesn’t make sense. Romania is not a federation and is not governed as
one. There are no other autonomous regions in the country there’s no
point to start now. Especially with all the geopolitical interests in
the region an administratively divided country would a an even worse
nightmare than the one we have now. And of course you can see the
western power pushing for such division :)))
Hungarians really have
nothing to complain in Romania. Minorities here have more rights than I
do :))) while a lot of them can’t even be bothered to learn the language
until they to the bigger town and cities and find themselves unable to
function. Still we overlook it and move on. The only problem there is
really with the Hungarian minority is that they’re never happy, never
satisfied, always wanting more and more and more even if it’s so
obviously not in their or anyone else’s interest :))) Oh well.

In
a similar regard you can argue that Bavaria cannot be called a “German”
region since there was not a Germany to talk about per se. It seriously
makes no sense.

The Romanian minority status is rather
debateable. When the Hungarians and other invading hordes arrived they
took control of the region with very little resistance. It’s unlikely
that they massacred the rural population just so they can settle in.
Rather they took control of or established seats of power like towns to
tax the feuds from. Peasents usually outnumber the ruling class and are
hard to tally in exact numbers. Likely your estimates are skewed from
the politicization of presented history to maintain some form of “moral”
claim on the region. It’s ok. Since there are no 11th century or
earlier sources tallying populations to get an actual number we can go
around this in circles for hours.

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…lol :))) Autonomy? To what? Those 2-3 counties that are some of the poorest in the country? Have you been there? They have no industry to support themselves and most of them know it except a handful of lunatics
(quite likely fed separatist ideas by the Hungarian government to stir things up and not let people get along. No blaming, just saying :)) ). Bucharest has to pump money into it to keep it afloat. Hahahah… give
it autonomy for all I care. Save me my tax money. Give it independence even. They’ll be back begging to be re-annexed in 3 years tops as they start starving. Ethnic issues aside, economically and politically it doesn’t make sense. Romania is not a federation and is not governed as one. There are no other autonomous regions in the country there’s no point to start now. Especially with all the geopolitical interests in the region an administratively divided country would a an even worse nightmare than the one we have now. And of course you can see the
western power pushing for such division :)))
Hungarians really have nothing to complain in Romania. Minorities here have more rights than I do :))) while a lot of them can’t even be bothered to learn the language
until they to the bigger town and cities and find themselves unable to function. Still we overlook it and move on. The only problem there is really with the Hungarian minority is that they’re never happy, never
satisfied, always wanting more and more and more even if it’s so obviously not in their or anyone else’s interest :))) Oh well.

In a similar regard you can argue that Bavaria cannot be called a “German” region since there was not a Germany to talk about per se. It seriously makes no sense.

The Romanian minority status is rather debateable. When the Hungarians and other invading hordes arrived they took control of the region with very little resistance. It’s unlikely that they massacred the rural population just so they can settle in. Rather they took control of or established seats of power like towns to tax the feuds from. Peasents usually outnumber the ruling class and are hard to tally in exact numbers. Likely your estimates are skewed from the politicization of presented history to maintain some form of “moral”claim on the region. It’s ok. Since there are no 11th century or earlier sources tallying populations to get an actual number we can go
around this in circles for hours.

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lol… :))) Autonomy? To what? Those 2-3 counties that are some of the poorest in the country? Have you been there? They have no industry to support themselves and most of them know it except a handful of lunatics

(quite likely fed separatist ideas by the Hungarian government to stir things up and not let people get along. No blaming, just saying :)) ). Bucharest has to pump money into it to keep it afloat. Hahahah… give

it autonomy for all I care. Save me my tax money. Give it independence even. They’ll be back begging to be re-annexed in 3 years tops as they start starving. Ethnic issues aside, economically and politically it doesn’t make sense. Romania is not a federation and is not governed as one. There are no other autonomous regions in the country there’s no point to start now. Especially with all the geopolitical interests in the region an administratively divided country would a an even worse nightmare than the one we have now. And of course you can see the western power pushing for such division :)))

Hungarians really have nothing to complain in Romania. Minorities here have more rights than I do :))) while a lot of them can’t even be bothered to learn the language until they to the bigger town and cities and find themselves unable to function. Still we overlook it and move on. The only problem there is really with the Hungarian minority is that they’re never happy, never satisfied, always wanting more and more and more even if it’s so obviously not in their or anyone else’s interest :))) Oh well.

In a similar regard you can argue that Bavaria cannot be called a “German” region since there was not a Germany to talk about per se. It seriously makes no sense.

The Romanian minority status is rather debateable. When the Hungarians and other invading hordes arrived they took control of the region with very little resistance. It’s unlikely that they massacred the rural population just so they can settle in. Rather they took control of or established seats of power like towns to tax the feuds from. Peasents usually outnumber the ruling class and are hard to tally in exact numbers. Likely your estimates are skewed from the politicization of presented history to maintain some form of “moral”claim on the region. It’s ok. Since there are no 11th century or earlier sources tallying populations to get an actual number we can go around this in circles for hours.

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Thanks Romales, for your useless intervention. No go walk the Earth and do the work of God.

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Kolozvar is not the original name, it’s just the Hungarian translation of the LATIN NAME. Cluj was always a Romanian land, so you Hungarian stop talking bulshit.

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ummm

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umm what?

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dammit dude.. you need better network.. when i was there i got alot of attention.. try to balance your game between exotic country and western country foreigner.. my indian-american game worked like a charm..given i never got above 7 but my effort was minimal

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dammit dude.. you need better network.. when i was there i got alot of attention.. try to balance your game between exotic country and western country foreigner.. my indian-american game worked like a charm..given i never got above 7 but my effort was minimal

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Roosh, better read some history before writing about Cluj.