Constanta A city with Black Sea views
An ancient metropolis and the oldest continuously inhabited city in Romania, and home to the country’s largest sea port, Constanta traces its history some 2,500 years.
This beautiful city lies on the western coast of the Black Sea, 185 miles north of Istanbul and Bosporus Strait (Turkey) and 99 miles north of Varna (Bulgaria).
It’s coastline offers a generous variety of restaurants overlooking the Black Sea, with delicious dishes based on fresh fish and seafood.
Top sights in Constanta:
- National History & Archaeological Museum
- Natural Sciences Museum Complex
- Roman Mosaic
- Naval History Museum
- Art Museum
- Great Mahmudiye Mosque