3/5 - Okay
Verified travelerAug 16, 2019
Highly recommend the Marco Polo restaurant - excellent menu choice, food quality & service.
A family friendly destination with several beaches nearby as well as spas and,resorts.
Constanta in Romania is a city of over 310,000 people, 140 miles (225 kilometers) to the east ofBucharest. Start exploring the town and immerse yourself in the local culture.Shop at the Maritimo Shopping Center for fashion and souvenirs. For lunch, sitdown in a local café or enjoy a picnic in a park, such as Tabacarie Park or TheArchaeological Park. Enjoy the peace and quiet, or get active!
In Constanta there is something to do for everyone. Take the children to the TheNatural Sciences Museum Complex situated at B-dul Mamaia, nr. 255 where thekids can interact with the animals. To see which species inhabit the underwaterworld, visit the Aquarium at Blvd. Elizabeta 2. If you like water sports try your handat fishing, swimming and sailing or even take a boat tour.
Browse local art galleries and museums to see works by local and internationalartists. Choose between the Popular Art Museum located at Aristide KaratzaliStreet or the Constanta Art Museum situated on 13 General Manu, which are justsome of the options. Don’t miss the National Museum of History and Archeology, alocal favorite and one of the most enlightening attractions in Constanta. Manyvisitors to Constanta also enjoy the Navy's Museum.
Other major attractions include Constanta Casino, Great Mahmudiye Mosque,Mamaia Casino and Ovid Square. Families will love Mamaia Aqua Magic andMamaia Cable Car. Stroll through the Mamaia area and mingle with the locals. Explore the area’scoastal attractions at Constanta Beach and Mamaia Beach.
Take a day trip from Constanta to enjoy nature, heritage sites and familyentertainment. Check with the local tourism information center or your hotelreception about the options most suitable for you.
If you love nature, book a guided tour of the area or set out for a hike by yourself.Enjoy taking in the local scenery and see if you can spot some birds or other localwildlife.
4.5/5Wonderful!(3 area reviews)
Seaside views, bars and historical sites highlight some of the noteworthy features of Old Town. Make a stop by Constanta Casino or Constanta Beach while you're exploring the neighbourhood.
Reviewed on 14 Dec 2019
Reviewed on 27 Dec 2019
Meander past deck chairs and umbrellas to reach the lively bars, souvenir shops and a waterpark on this sandy strip.
Learn about the fascinating historical stages of this eerie abandoned casino that stands on the edge of the Black Sea.
If a restful holiday is part of your travel plans, Constanta Beach might be the perfect place to visit during your trip to Constanta. While you're in the area, stroll along the seaside.
First part it will be driving on the highway to Constanta, crossing the bridge over the Danube (the first bridge was built in 1895 by the Romanian engineer Anghel Saligny during the King Carol I). Also we will pass the Nuclear Power Plant built by a Canadian Company starting with the beginning of 1978.
Leave the bustle of Bucharest behind and head for Romania's favorite holiday destination on a private tour to the beautiful Black Sea coast.Then relax among the beaches and cafes of lively Mamaia, a popular seaside resort known as the ‘Pearl of the Black Sea'.
Enjoy a full-day private tour discovering the Black Sea coast of Romania with included visits to the Archeological Museum, Roman mosaics, the main Constanta Cathedral and the largest mosque in Romania. All this and a great time at Mamaia Beach Resort.
Meet & Greet at the Passenger Pier, English speaking guide. Sightseeing of the port surroundings including the Port Museum, Ex-Casino (under reconstruction), the Genovese Lighthouse, The Archaeology and History Museum, Ovid Square (stop in Tomis port and walk into Ovid Square), Mamaia resort, where you will have a walking session in the center of the resort.
Meet & Greet at the Passenger Pier, English speaking guide. Sightseeing of the port surroundings including the Port Museum, Ex-Casino (under reconstruction), the Genovese Lighthouse, The Archaeology and History Museum, Ovid Square, Mamaia resort, Histria Citadel, return.
Visit: Museum of Senses Constanta, Vivo Mall, Bld.Aurel Vlaicu nr.220, Constanta 900055 Romania Explore more than 60 exhibits in 17 rooms at the Museum of Senses in Constanta and enjoy an interactive art experience that will awaken all of your senses at once.
Verified travelerMay 11, 2019
very nice touristic city.