Private tour at the Black Sea from Bucharest, Constanța walking tour and Beach

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Duration: 10 hours

Departs: Bucharest, Bucharest

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

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This is a day tour from Bucharest to Constanța city at the Black Sea coast.
We will pick you up from Bucharest in the morning and drive two and a half hours to Constanța.
We will start with a walking tour in the old town, we'll see beautiful building like the Casino, the Mosque and the Lighthouse.
This city was founded by Greek merchants three thousand years ago. Then it entered the rule of the Genoese, then the Roman Empire ruled these lands followed by the Byzantines, Bulgarians and Turks.
This area has a fascinating history and it is part of Romania from 1878 when we exchanged territories with Russia.
The journey continues with a walk to the tourist port, near the yachts and then we will sit on the beach in the sun with a cocktail in hand.
If you want to swim in the sea you have to take the equipment with you and towels.
For the summer season and not only, a visit to the Black Sea, respectively Constanta is the perfect way to spend a day.

What's Included

Air-conditioned vehicle

Bottled water

Private transportation

WiFi on board

What's Not Included

Entrance tickets to Mosque 1€, History Museum 4€, per person

Entrance tickets to Mosque 1€, Mozaic 2€, per person


Traveler Information

  • ADULT: Age: 7 - 99

Additional Info

  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Public transportation options are available nearby

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

What To Expect

Cazinoul Constanta
The story of the Constanta Casino is sadly the story of Romania’s many splendid, yet abandoned historical monuments. A great piece of Art Nouveau architecture from the early 20th century, the Casino was once the symbol of Romania’s main port, Constanta, on the shore of the Black Sea.
No other monument illustrates so perfectly the Belle Epoque in Constanta like the building of the Casino. Dating from the first years of the last century, the Casino was built at the initiative of Romania’s first King, Carol the 1st. It was inaugurated in 1910, and until the Second World War, it was the main seaside meeting point for the rich tourists who enjoyed to gamble. The foundations of the Constanta Casino were modified three times depending on the architects’ perspectives, Daniel Renard and Petre Antonescu.

An eclectic piece of architecture, with many marine-inspired decorations, including its almost surreal shell windows facing the Black Sea, the Casino was the place where you were received.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Catedrala Sfinkii Apostoli Petru si Pavel
The Orthodox Cathedral "Holy Apostles Peter and Paul" is an Orthodox place of worship in Constanța, located in the peninsular area of the city, below the Ovidiu Square, in front of the Tomis Archdiocese building. The building dominates through its monumental architecture the entire area of the southern cliff of the city. The foundation stone was laid on September 4, 1883, during Metropolitan Iosif Gheorghian. The consecration of the church was done on May 22, 1895. The building plans belong to the famous architect Alexandru Orăscu [1], and the architect who was the director of the works was Carol Beniș. The contractor of the works was Henri Guaracino. In the park that surrounds the cathedral is an archaeological complex in which elements of the old city of Tomis are identified.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Moscheea Carol I
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.

The mosque was officially inaugurated by Carol I on 31 May 1913. During the ceremony, Sultan Mehmed V bestowed the Order of the Medjidie upon chief architect Victor Ștefănescu.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

The Roman Edifice with Mosaic
The Roman Mosaic Edifice is located near the Museum of National History and Archaeology and was discovered in 1959 during some civil works undertaken in the Ovidiu Square. Further research discovered that the monument was built in the fourth century and gradually spread until around the sixth century, when it stopped. In its glory times the edifice represent the largest building of its kind in the whole Roman Empire and serve as a link between the port and the ancient city, the place where the conduct its trade and storage of goods. Originally, the building spans three of the four terraces of Tomis harbor waterfront. The first terrace was located at the current Ovidiu Square and connects with one of the ancient city's public markets. Some huts and impressive hall with mosaic pavement kept occupied the next terrace of the building. The mosaic hall represent actual place of meeting of the merchants and officials of that time.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Piaka Ovidiu
The former Independence Square (now Ovidiu Square), where they found the town hall (now the seat of National Museum of History and Archaeology) is a place full of history.
Towards the end of the nineteenth century, Ovidiu Square general line was given by houses with two levels stuck together (describing the square as a medieval inner courtyard), roof tiles, wrought iron balconies. The square was full of shops, cafes, summer gardens, etc.
In 1879 they took the first steps to align the buildings. In the last decade of the nineteenth century the eastern front (seaward) was completed. The architects have thought it high to protect the square against the winds. In the space disposed in front of the statue of Ovid were three buildings that combined unitary Baroque decorations with Art Nouveau elements. Here there were the Elite Hotel, a restaurant, a coffee shop and cinema Palace. In 1910 was built in Romanian style the building that houses today the National Bank of Romania.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Portul Turistic Tomis
Touristic Harbor of Tomis is one of Constanta's most famous location for both tourists and locals. Whatever the season, the Tomis Harbor is the choice made by people who want to admire the sea by car or just walking on the seafront. The access to the harbor can be made easily through a street that descends to the bay's "lip", right in the area where luxury yachts and sailing boats ''rests''. Waterfront terraces and numerous chic restaurants serving fish dishes can be enjoyed. In the summer, the bay of Tomis Harbor Tomis is often visited by groups of dolphins can be attracted by the beautiful water fountain in the middle or even by the tourists who walks quietly on the shore. Besides being a place for relaxation, Tomis Harbour is the ideal location to organize water sports activities. Local authorities plan to transform the future Tomis Harbor in an important destination for coastal sailing ships along the Romanian coast, with stops south to Eforie Costinești.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Plaja 3 Papuci
Beach in Constanta

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

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