Constanta City is located 25 km from Mihail Kogalniceanu Airport - Romanian Riviera entering gate.
You can choose between a relaxing stay in one of the Black Sea resorts – enjoy the warm sand, cool breeze, rejuvenating spas – and an active holiday into Dobrodgea region. Our advice: enjoy it all!
Explore the various museums and walk through the numerous ruins and ancient fortresses spread all over the county (Histria, Tomis, Callatis, Adamclisi, Capidava). Find peace of mind on a religious itinerary to St Andrew’s Cave, Dervent Monastery, the orthodox and catholic churches or mosques in Constanta or Mangalia.
For nature lovers, there are many unique reserves, forests, sand dunes, remote caves. Don’t miss the off-road journeys and the jeep-safaris, go fishing or skydiving!
Last but not least, try our traditional food: the Dobrodgean cheese pie, fish dishes, the moussaka and the baklava, accompanied by a good wine from our famous wineries.
Constanta sits within the Dobrodgea region of Romania, a region long associated with the Romans and ancient Greeks. Many monuments and historic buildings remain and can be seen within the Old City Centre of Constanta and the surrounding county. Visitors are always keen to visit the beautiful monuments of Tropaeum Traiani at Adamclisi or the amazing Greek ruins at Histria.
MUST SEE - Archeology and National History Museum, Archeological Park, Roman Mosaic Edifice, Folk Art Museum, St. Peter and Paul Orthodox Cathedral, The Great Mosque, the Casino, the Genoese Lighthouse, settlement of Topalu and Capidava, Esmahan Sultan Mosque, Archaeology Museum of Mangalia.
Listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the Danube Delta is famous for being one of the greatest un-spoilt wetlands in the world. After flowing for 2,860 km across Europe the River Danube has created this unique environment. It is probably the most beautiful delta on Earth and a shining example of biodiversity. Home to over 300 species of birds, 60 varieties of fish and 1,200 species of plants and trees, the delta is a great place to view wildlife, explore or simply to relax.
MUST DO - fishing, bird watching, exploring fauna and flora, hunting, boat safaris through channels, waterways and lakes, sunset cruise on the mighty Danube, motor or rims boat excursions.
From air shows to music, film and dance festivals, Romanian Riviera offers plenty of events all summer long: Navy day, Constanta Days, Tomis Anicient Festival, Mamaia Pop Music Contest, Mangalia Music Festival, International Ballet and Opera Festival, Concerts, famous DJ’s performances at Liberty Parade – the biggest street music and dance festival in Romania, Stufstock Festival - sleepless nights on the beach; rock music, film, theatre and photography. Aero Grand Prix - an air show involving high - performance airplanes racing around a tight circuit at near ground level, an ultimate battle for air supremacy fought by highly trained military and civilian pilots – for a list of all this years events got to……
Since Roman times, people have been coming to the Black Sea to get treated for specific ailments or to simply relax being pampered in one of the local spas. Thanks to the thermal springs, therapeutic climate and beautiful beach locations Romania’s spas are the perfect place to take a wellness break.
Eforie Nord and Eforie Sud - Ana Aslan Spa - Therapies are based on various kinds of procedures using sapropelic mud and salty water from the Techirghiol Lake.
Neptun and Mangalia Spas specialize in mud baths, electrotherapy, kinetic therapy, hydrotherapy, warm mud wrapping, massages, and warm seawater pools.
Techirghiol Sanatorium - the balneal and recovery sanatorium benefits from the existence of one of the most modern balneal-physical-kinetic treatment bases from our country.MUST DO - Gerovital rejuvenation treatment, mud wrappings.
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