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15% of Romanians consider moving to Cluj-Napoca

A recent report developed by World Bank shows that more than 15% of people in Romania would consider moving to Cluj-Napoca. Today, however, this Functional Urban Area (FUA)* represents just 2.3% of the total po...

8 reasons why Sweden rocks at Untold

Summer has come upon us with sounds of music and international vibes at festivals all around the country. Untold is one of the festivals that attracts hundreds of thousands of people eager to explore the youthf...

Lord Mayor of London visits Romania

The Lord Mayor of London, an ambassador for the UK’s financial and professional services industries, is visiting Romania with the aim of strengthening trade links between the City of London, the world’s leading...

Short term gain, long term pain?

Romania’s economy has been riding high for the last couple of years, buoyed by tax cuts and pay rises for public sector workers. The populist measures, most of them adopted in the run-up to the December 2016 ge...

Sweden opens a Honorary Consulate in Cluj Napoca

Sweden opened its second consulate in Romania, after Timisoara, to cater to the needs of large number of Swedish citizens and businesses in Transylvania area. The official opening was celebrated on 6th of June,...

Greek Festival in Bucharest

Pullman Bucharest hosted the 1st edition of the Greek Festival, between June 12th-18th. The festival highlighted the Peloponnese gastronomy, culture and traditions, within a full week of events with food specia...

Sweden invites you to NexT International Film Festival

“Sweden invites you again to movie, this time at the 11th edition of the NexT International Film Festival, between 22nd and 26th of June. The festival gathers the latest and most innovative shorts from around ...