Constanta and the Black Sea coast Private Tour from Bucharest

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For the summer season and not only, a visit to the Black Sea, respectively Constanta and Mamaia Resort, is the perfect way to spend one or several days. Constanta is a charming city on the shore of the Black Sea, located at a distance of approximately 220 km from Bucharest. In Constanta you can stroll on the sea front, enjoy a drink in the port, you could sun bathe or visit one of the numerous wonderful places hidden in this city. The Casino in Constanta is, certainly, the symbol of the city, being forever present in the pictures of the tourists, being over 130 years old. The headstone of the Casino was laid in 1880 and represented at the time the meeting place of the elites, sailor and tourists. The Casino held two game halls, one dance hall and two reading halls. But unfortunately, in 1891, the casino was destroyed by a very heavy storm, and the City Hall decided to build a new one that was inaugurated two years later, in 1893.

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Stop At: Constanta Casino

The Constanța Casino is a casino located in Constanța, Romania. It has been designated by the Romanian Ministry of Culture and National Patrimony as a historic monument. The casino is on the Constanta boardwalk at 2 Elisabeta Boulevard along the Black Sea in the historic Peninsulă District of the city. The casino was built three separate times, with the first structure being erected of wood in 1880. It was designed to be a club and community center for elite and upper-class socialites willing to spend. Once considered Romania's Monte Carlo and a symbol of the City of Constanța, the most-recent and modern version was built in Art Nouveau style, also being the most important Art Nouveau building in the country, designed and built according to the plans of Daniel Renard and inaugurated in August 1910. The most modern version of the Casino was in operation for 38 years, with interruption due to the two world wars, attacked and bombed by Bulgarian and German troops in World War I, ravaged in World War II and, at one point, acted as a makeshift wartime hospital. In 1948 it was taken over by the Communist government becoming a House of Culture (Casa de Cultură a Sindicatelor) for the party until 1960 when it was handed to the National Office of Tourism Oficiul National de Turism (ONT). The last major repairs took place in 1986-1988, and the building is currently abandoned.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: The Roman Edifice with Mosaic

Is a museum in Constanta, discovered during the works carried out in 1959 in the historical center of Constanta. The edifice, with nearly 2,000 square meters of mosaic, erected in the 4th century BC, probably under the reign of Emperor Constantine the Great, instead of previous harbor buildings, was repaired in various stages until the beginning of the 7th century, when ends his life with the departure of the ancient city of Tomis, following the great invasions.

Duration: 10 minutes

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The Genoese Lighthouse is a lighthouse and historic monument situated on the waterfront of the city of Constanța, Romania behind a group of statues which has in its center the bust of Mihai Eminescu, sculpted by Oscar Han. It is located near Constanța Casino. The lighthouse stands approximately eight meters high and is rectangular at its base to a height of about three and a half meters, and is octagonal above that. The interior of the lighthouse is cylindrical, with a spiral staircase in stone. The structure itself stands upon a pedestal base consisting of two steps, and is finished at the top with brackets supporting the eaves, upon which the metal housing of the lantern room also forms the roof.

Duration: 10 minutes

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The National History and Archaeology Museum of Constanta is one of the richest museums in Romania and the second largest institution in thefcountry, after the National History Museum of Romania from Bucharest. The cornerstone of the museum was laid in 1879 by Remus Opreanu the first prefect of the Romanian administration of Dobrogea, in an attempt to counter the smuggling of antiquities discovered in archaeological sites of Constanta. For nearly a century, the Historical Museum of Constanta has experienced periods of decline and prosperity, being disorganized, reorganized and moved to different locations in the city. In 1977, the museum exhibits are permanently moved to its current headquarters in Ovidiu Square. The imposing building of the museum was built in the Romanian architectural style in the early twentieth century and served as the town hall until 1921.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: The Mosque of Constanta - Minaret

The Great Mosque in Constanţa, also known as the Carol Mosque, is a Muslim cult site in Constanţa, an architectural monument built between 1910 and 1913. The mosque is referred to by Constanța's Islamic community as the King's Mosque (Romanian: Geamia Regelui, Turkish: Kral camisi). The Grand Mosque of Constanța stands on the site of the former Mahmudia Mosque (Geamia Mahmudia), built in 1822 by Hafız Hüsseyin Pașa and named after Ottoman Sultan Mahmud II. The Grand Mosque of Constanța was commissioned in 1910 by Romanian King Carol I. Construction began on 24 June 1910 with the first cornerstone laid in the presence of Spiru Haret, contemporary Romanian Minister of Religious Affairs; Sefa Bey, contemporary Ottoman ambassador in Bucharest; and the Ottoman consul in Constanța. The project was funded by the Romanian Government and entrepreneur Ion Neculcea, and finished construction in 1912.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Tomis Harbor

Tomis Harbor (port) is one of the famous locations of the city of Constanta for both tourists and locals. Regardless of the season, the area of ​​Tomis port is the choice made by those who want to admire the sea, either by car or by a light ride. Access to the port is made very easy by means of a street that goes down to the "lip" of the bay, even in the area where "luxury" yachts and sailing boats are "rested". Numerous terraces and cozy restaurants are set up on the water's edge, which serve fish dishes. From the port of Tomis, right from the terrace area, a narrow road starts, which, going on the water's edge, will lead you to the famous modern beach Constant. During the summer, the gulf of Tomis harbor is often visited by groups of dolphins, perhaps attracted by the beautiful artesian fountain in the middle of the water or even by the tourists who walk quietly on the shore. Apart from the fact that it is a suitable place for relaxation, Tomis Port is the ideal location for organizing water sports activities. Local authorities intend to transform Tomis Port in the future into an important destination for coastal pleasure vessels that sail along the Romanian coast, with stops south to Eforie, Costinesti, Neptun, Mangalia or north, to Mamaia and Midia.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Mamaia Beach

Mamaia - the largest and most famous resort in Romania, located in the northern part of Constanta, also called the Pearl of the Romanian Coast, is a strip of fine sandy beach, which stretches for about 8 km. in the western part of it lies Lake Siutghiol. The beach is littered with numerous hotels, outdoor pools, discos, amusement parks, sports fields, and a summer theater. Mamaia resort offers tourists the opportunity to practice water sports, as well as fishing in Lake Mamaia. In the Mamaia resort you can enjoy in the water park «Aqua Magic», located at the entrance to the resort, for a ride with Telegondola, with which you can admire from the height the sea and the resort from the entrance to the Casino. You can enjoy parachute, diving, windsurfing and Yachting School, towing with inflatable bananas, water scooters, boating with Catamaran and Caravelle sailing boats. Other fun possibilities are the elastic trampoline, bicycles for one, two, three or even four people, scooters, beach volleyball and handball-beach and the terraces and discos on the beach.

Duration: 2 hour
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