Constanta is the largest city on the Black Sea coast of Romania, and is home to the Black Sea`s largest port. It is the oldest continuously-inhabited city in Romania, and was first settled in the seventh century BCE. It was the final home of the poet Ovid, in the first century CE, and the Old Town`s main square is named for him. Constanta is a popular vacation spot due to its warm weather; a popular beach resort, Mamaia, is located just 20 minutes away by car. Moreover, visiting Constanta means visiting some of the best Romanian beaches and the Plaja Modern (Modern Beach) is one of them. Not far from the Old Town is the big sandy beach with clear water.
Combine three glorious cities in Romania with this fun vacation!. Visit: Bucharest (known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, glorious Belle Époque buildings and a reputation for the high life, which in the 1900s earned its nickname of "Little Paris"), after that, take a transfer to Constanta (one of the biggest cities. Besides its magnificent beaches, mild climate and healing mud Constanta is rich is historical sights and offers its guests wide choice of entertainment). Find your own way (we suggest a taxi or the local bus) to visit Mamaia (one of the most popular, and at times most crowded summer resorts in Romania. Located by the Black Sea, it's known for its fine sand, vibrant nightlife and great restaurants). Finish this trip, with a transfer from Mamaia to a last stay in Bucharest before heading back home. This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
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