City break Constanta

Quick facts

Constanta is the biggest port city in Romania and lies on the western coast of the Black Sea. Constanta was founded by Greek colonists in the 6th century BC and it was called Tomis. Nowadays it’s one of the biggest economic and cultural centres of the country. It hosts one of the biggest seaside resorts in Romania: Mamaia. The city is more than just a port; it’s a place of history with beautiful legends.

Travel tips

Best restaurants in the region are located in Constanta. It’s a must to try the local cuisine, especially if you like fish dishes.
Take a sunbath at Mamaia resort in the summer time. You will enjoy quality services and beautiful beach!
Take a ride on Telegondola in Mamaia, you will have a surprising view over the shore!

Must Sees in Constanta

-Ovidiu’s Square, Main Square in the old town, named after the Roman poet, Ovid
-The Casino, an architectural jewel located on the shore with beautiful views on the sea
-St. Peter & Paul Orthodox Cathedral, build in Greco-Roman Style in 1883-1885
-The Great Mahmudiye Mosque, build for the 55000 Muslims who lived along the Black Sea coast
-The Roman Mosaics, situated in Ovidiu’s Square
-Romanian Navy Museum, which is a fascinating overview of the 2000 years of maritime history
-Dolphinarium, located in Mamaia resort, which hosts dolphin shows in summertime


Accommodation in Constanta

The accommodation possibilities in Constanta varies from small hotels to holiday houses or apartments. Depending on the group you can have the perfect set-up.

Of course, the offers of hotels are developing each year in the seaside resorts: Mamaia, Eforie Nord, Eforie Sud, Costinesti, Olimp, Nepun, Venus, Saturn, Mangalia, Vama Veche.