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Urs Mayerl

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Living in Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca is lovingly referred to as the treasure city. The legend explains that a Turkish sultan sent his spies to find the treasure in the Transylvanian city, but his spies returned with nothing. Many people had worked hard to seek out the treasure for many years, but none of them had any success. This failure was because the city itself was the treasure, a vast area wealthy with kindness, history and charm. The people, the buildings, and the cultural landmarks were the real hidden treasures of the city. The Szeky Palace is listed amongst other major historical monuments, and the Dormition of the Theotokos Cathedral is an incredible example of Romanian Brancovenesc style. If you already are an expat living in Cluj-Napoca, or you are thinking of making the move, you might want to look at what InterNations has to offer its ever growing numbers of expatriate members.

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Moving to Cluj-Napoca

A lot of people move to Cluj-Napoca to experience its thriving cultural life and music-scene. Although the arts in the city has had international renown since its Roman occupation, today the city is represented by a wide variety of cultures. The Hungarian State theatre is extremely popular, as is the British Council, which is well represented around the area. There are thousands of forum posts by expatriates from all over the world that explain the stresses and strains you might find when moving to Cluj-Napoca or any other foreign city. These expats have had very similar experiences to your own, and they've gone through the decision making process that you might soon be presented with. You can use the forums and discussion groups to learn about the pros and cons of moving abroad in general and to Cluj-Napoca in particular. InterNations was designed to make expatriate life simpler, with the help from a community that understands your needs.

Working in Cluj-Napoca

The city is an important economic center for Romania, with some famous local brands making a huge impact overseas. A lot of the software and information technology that happens in Romania comes straight out of Cluj-Napoca, and with Nokia recently investing more than 200 million euros in a mobile development center nearby, Cluj-Napoca has the potential to become a technology super-city. If you're not lucky enough to be moving over as part of a work allocation, then you might feel a little bit lost when thinking about working in Cluj-Napoca. The Expat Magazine has articles specifically aimed at expatriates looking for work in a foreign country, with helpful information about, for example, taxation, the pros and cons of working abroad, the paperwork you might need, and information on starting up your own business.

Urs Mayerl

"The InterNations events in Bucharest are really great. The members attending, both expats and locals, are very interesting to talk to."

Emma Willems

"I have met most of my friends in Bucharest through InterNations. I never thought I would join an online community. Glad that I changed my mind."