The Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden is a botanical garden in the Romanian city of Cluj-Napoca. It was established in 1872 by Brassai Samuel and is now operated by the local university. The garden covers around 35 acres of land and has over 10,000 plant species from most parts of the world. It is a colourful place in the city and is a place for people to learn about plant species. The spectacular garden is split into sections, some notable sections are its Japanese Garden and its Roman Garden. It is a relaxing place in the city where you can enjoy nature.
The garden is situated just by the city’s Old Town. You can get there on foot or by taking the 22 bus which stops a short walk away at ‘Ion Creanga’.
Opening Times and Admission
The garden is open to the public daily, 8am-8pm. Admission is set at 10LEI for adults with concession prices also available.