Romanian Black Sea Riviera

Romanian Black Sea Riviera

Romanian Black Sea Riviera

Tour description: full day chauffeur guided tour

Being the oldest of Romania (657 B.C.), Constanta is a picturesque city whose charm flows not only from its proximity to Black Sea but also from the numerous Greco-Roman antiquities, which are to be found at every step. Many more antiquities perhaps containing fabulous treasures lie hidden in the earth of this ancient city.

The buildings of modern Constanta have blended gracefully into the historic city, which can boast a history of more than two thousand six hundred years.

A sunny day is the "must" element for a great trip to Black Sea Riviera, still there are a lot of interesting places to see.

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Tomis Port (the old name of the city)

Tomis Port (the old name of the city)

The second in Europe of goods volume handled after Port of Rotterdam was the Europe’s gate for Orient commercial activities.

The Aquarium

The Aquarium

Aquatic world and dolphins show.

Ovidiu Square and The Roman Mosaic Edifice

Ovidiu Square and The Roman Mosaic Edifice

700sq m from more than 2000sq m of mosaic built in 4th century, probably by Constantin the Great for the storage and commerce of goods, as Tomis city was the Ottoman gate for whole Europe at that time.

Mahmudia Mosque

Mahmudia Mosque

The copy of Mosque Konya - Anatolia, built by Carol 1st for the Muslim community of the city.

Mamaia resort

Mamaia resort

Constanta is a symbol of summer holidays and Mamaia seaside resort is it’s pearl. It lies between Black Sea and Suitghiol Lake and represents the center of seaside parties, floating shows, clubbing and sunny beaches.

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