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Samsara Teahouse

5 personnes du coin recommandent ·

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Magdalena
Magdalena
July 18, 2018
You can enjoy the cosmic galaxies inside or you can sit in nature, on the terrace. Either way this is the perfect spot for chill out.
Radu
Radu
July 25, 2017
Samsara offers a place for relaxation: if you want to drink a tea or to have a hookah/nargileh - that's the place. You can check some images before but maybe it's better to go there: sitting on the floor with a fluorescent light it's the ambient in one of the rooms of this Teahouse. You can go here…
Mihaela Katerina
Mihaela Katerina
July 17, 2016
Is a tea house. Amazing interior- each room is in a different mystic setup, the terase behind is in the forest, a good diversity of tea and shisha
Ramona
Ramona
March 26, 2013
Great for tea lovers and goa listeners. Interesting and unique place in Cluj, especially if you're looking for something unconventional.
Ofilù
Ofilù
February 8, 2018
the ideal place for chilling

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Route
“Eroilor Avenue ("Heroes' Avenue") is a central avenue in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, connecting the Avram Iancu and Unirii squares. The northern side of the avenue was converted during the late 2000s into a pedestrian zone. In the late 19th century and until 1919, the avenue was called Deák Ferenc utca. During the interwar era, the street was called Regina Maria, after Queen Mary of Romania; during the communist era it was named after Petru Groza, a Romanian prime-minister of that time.”
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Emplacement
27 Emil Racovita Street
Cluj-Napoca, Cluj County
Téléphone0753 775 052
Site Websamsara.ro
Heures d'ouvertureFermée · Ouvre à 2:00 PM