Huedin is a town in Transylvania, Romania, 46 km west of Cluj-Napoca. It is the gateway to the Apuseni Mountains region, which is fast becoming one of Romania's agrotourism and ecotourism hotspots. The town itself is fairly bland, even though there is a good country-style market, especially on weekends.
Train is the easiest way to access Huedin. All "Personal" (rural) trains stop at Huedin, as well as the majority of "Accelerat" (semi-fast) and "Rapid" (fast) trains. There are relatively frequent and convenient trains from Cluj-Napoca and Oradea, as well as one train per day from Bucharest.
- Motel Montana - the only real hotel in the town, with rooms between US$6 to US$10. Tel: (+40 264) 253 090.
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