Constanta Romania

One Day Tour to Constanta (the ancient city of Tomis) – 10 hours

From: 199.00

Situated at the crossroads of several commercial routes, Constanta lies on the western coast of the Black Sea. Constanta is more than just the entry point to the Black Sea coast. It is a place with a long and interesting past, attested by its many Roman vestiges, historic buildings, facades and mosques that color the Old City Centre.

Tour type

private tour by car/minibus

Highlights of the trip

the Museum of Archeology and History Constanta; the Great Mosque; the Aquarium Constanta; the Roman Edifice with mosaic; the Black Sea cliff and the Royal Casino, Mamaia seaside resort


199 Euros for 1 person; 139 Euros/person (group of 2 people); 99 Euros/person (group of 3 people); 89 Euros/person (group of 4-7 people); 79 Euros/person (group of 8-15 people).

Operating Days

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Starting time

08:00 am


around 12 hours

Departure point

pick-up & drop-off at your hotel (or any address in the city)


English (other languages available on request for an additional fee)


Transport by car/minibus, Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel, English speaking guide

Not included

Entrance fee at the visited sites (aprox 10 Euros/person), Lunch


Bucharest – Constanta – Mamaia – Bucharest

First part it will be driving on the highway to Constanta, crossing the bridge over the Danube (the first bridge was built in 1895 by the Romanian engineer Anghel Saligny during the King Carol I). Also we will pass the Nuclear Power Plant built by a Canadian Company starting with the beginning of 1978. After 3 hours of driving we will reach Constanta where we head to the Historical Center.

Constanta is the oldest town attested on the Romanian territory. The first documentary attestation of this city dates back to 657 BC, when in the area was founded a Greek colony called Tomis. The Greek settlements have been conquered by the Romans in 71 BC and renamed Constantiana, after the sister of the Roman Emperor Constantin the Great. During the 13th Century the town was developed by the Italian merchants from Genova. Constanta has declined during the Ottoman rule period. After the Romanian war of Independence 1877-1878, Constanta start to rise back and has been developed until the present as the largest harbor in Romania.

Sights to be visited in Constanta:

The Museum of Archeology and History Constanta
Founded in 1878, the museum contains relics and pieces of architecture from the Greek and Roman period.

The Roman Edifice with mosaic
Discovered in 1959 by archaeological excavations, the edifice reveals an original Roman Mosaic, part of the commercial harbor, dating back to the 4th Century.

The statue of Ovidius
The statue representing� Publius Ovidius Naso (43BC-17AC). The statue is located in the Ovidiu Square and was built in 1887 by the Italian� sculptor Ettore Ferrari.

The Muslim Mosque
Built between 1910-1912 as a homage to the local Moslem community, the inauguration was made in the presence of Carol I (the first king of Romania). It was first named Carol I and later it was renamed Mahmud the Second. Going up in the Minaret Tower you can have a splendid panoramic view of the whole city Constanta.

The Orthodox Cathedral
The Orthodox Cathedral� Saints Peter and Paul was built between 1883-1895 by the famous Romanian architect Ion Mincu. It is a monument of Byzantine architectural style.

The Aquarium Constanta
Inaugurated in 1958 as the first public aquarium in Romania, you can see here a variety of fish species including a large collection of sturgeon.

After lunch, the day ends with the driving back to Bucharest.

The tour last approximately 12 hours.


We recommend this tour to be operated during summer time, as the scenery will be more impressive than during winter time.


Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.
TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

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