Cluj-Napoca train station
|Căile Ferate Române|
View of the station building
Two plaques on the building commemorate the 100th and 125th anniversary of the opening of the station on September 7, 1870. The Cluj-Napoca railway station was designed and built by Hungarian architect Ferenc Pfaff, when the city was part of Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The station is situated on the Căile Ferate Române line 300 Bucharest - Ploieşti - Braşov - Teiuş - Cluj-Napoca - Oradea - Episcopia Bihor and the line Cluj-Napoca - Dej - Ilva Mică. As of 2008[update], Cluj-Napoca railway station serves about 100 passengers trains, including domestic trains operated by Căile Ferate Române. Cluj-Napoca offers connections with the majority of Romanian cities, as well as service to Budapest, Hungary.
Distance from other railway stations
- Bucureşti Nord: 497 km
- Arad (via Alba Iulia): 332 km
- Arad (via Oradea): 279 km
- Braşov: 331 km
- Constanţa (via Bucureşti Nord): 722 km
- Constanţa (via Buzău): 718 km
- Craiova (via Târgu Jiu): 375 km
- Galați (via Braşov): 641 km
- Galați (via Bacău, Suceava): 654 km
- Iaşi: 458 km
- Oradea: 152 km
- Satu Mare (via Baia Mare): 252 km
- Satu Mare (via Oradea): 285 km
- Suceava: 322 km
- Timişoara Nord (via Oradea): 330 km
- Timişoara Nord (via Deva): 389 km
- Belgrade: 508 km
- Berlin: 1,260 km
- Budapest: 400 km
- Chişinău: 588 km
- Frankfurt am Main: 1,259 km
- Kiev (via Suceava): 1,116 km
- Sofia (via Bucureşti Nord): 1,033 km
- Venice: 1,252 km
- Vienna: 672 km
- See files Gara1 and Gara2 (Plaque). Wikimedia Commons. 1995 .
- Deiss, Richard (2013). The Cathedral of the Winged Wheel and the Sugarbeet Station. BoD Books on Demand. ISBN 3848253569.