According to a quarterly report published by Imobiliare.ro, owners in Cluj-Napoca are asking, on average, €400 per month for a two-room apartment, which is the same amount being requested in Bucharest.
COVID-19 rate drops to 7.79/1000, however Government extends restrictions.
The annual Christmas Fair, which typically takes place in the centre of the city during the holiday season, has this year, been given the “green light”, but access will require a COVID-19 Green Certificate.
On November 2nd, Romania reported it’s highest number of COVID-19 related daily deaths.
Full explanation of restrictions entering into affect from Oct 25th.
President Klaus Iohannis has announced new national restrictions, which will come into force on Monday, October 25th, 2021.
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