Commonly known as Cluj, it’s the second most populous city in Romania, after the national capital Bucharest. Cluj-Napoca has a diverse and growing cultural scene, with cultural life exhibited in a number of fields, including the visual arts, performing arts and nightlife. Cluj-Napoca hosts a number of cultural festivals of various types. These occur throughout the year, though are more frequent in the summer months. In spite of the influences of modern culture, traditional Romanian culture continues to influence various domains of art around here.