Iasi City, “the Cultural capital” of Romania, is situated in S-E Europe, in the N-E of Romania, and is the most important city near the border, as it is the eastern entrance gate to the European Union and the capital of the future Euro-region. With a population [......]
Turda – by its old, Roman name, ‘Potaissa’ – is situated at the heart of Transylvania. With a population of about 57.000 inhabitants, harmoniously cohabitating Romanians, Hungarians, and Germans. Turda invites its guests to discover the spectacle of the Salina [......]
Cluj-Napoca is the European Youth Capital in 2015, a title won during a competition open to 49 countries in the European space. For 2015, cities from 12 countries entered the competition.
MISSIONS AND OBJECTIVES
The program’s mission is to support youngsters [......]