The National History Museum Constanta
Located at the Ovid Square (Roman poet in the 8th century AD), the Archaeological Museum is one of the richest archeological Museum in Eastern Europe with valuable artifacts dating back to the Roman empire.
The Roman Edifice with Mosaic
There are only few Roman mosaics in Eastern Europe so well preserved as the one in Constanta. The Roman mosaic dates back to the 2nd century BC and is the biggest mosaic of its kind in Eastern Europe.
The Turkish Mosque
Built in the 1910, the Mahmudiye Mosque combines Romanian and byzantine architecture making it one of the most distinctive mosques in Romania.
The Folk Art Museum
More than 16.000 exhibits from the entire country are displayed here. Folk costumes, jewelry, icons, various household items illustrate the traditional way of life in various parts of Romania.
Completed between the two World Wars in an Art Nouveau Style, the casino features sumptuous architecture and a wonderful view of the Black Sea. Taking a walk on the promenade, near the Casino, is a must-do in Constanta.
- Second largest city in Romania
- Largest port of the Black Sea
- Former Greek settlement
- 2500 years history
- Constanta: 0 km
- Cernavoda: 65 km
- Tulcea: 125 km
- Calarasi: 140 km