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Constanta Romania
Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Section editor

Discover Constanta

The city of Constanta, the country's second largest by number of inhabitants, is not only a port and industrial centre but also a very old seaside resort, with a casino and a luxury hotel perched at the top of a promontory. The city has some Greek and Roman remains (according to mythology, this port is the one Jason and the Argonauts came to on their quest for the Golden Fleece), but Constanta also displays a very modern facet, through its large hotels and seafront buildings. As it is the landing point of summer charter flights, it becomes very lively. In the north of Constanta, the archaeological site of Histria is worth a visit. It is an ancient Greek trading post, the origins of which date back to the 7th century BC, and with well preserved remains.


Constanta , Romania
Luxury boats moored in the port

Constanta's rich historic past does not prevent it from looking towards the future. Moreover, the city is a large seaside resort.

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AquaMagic Park in Mamaia

Created in partnership with Constanta and the Ministry of Tourism, AquaMagic in the district of Mamaia is the largest water park in Romania.

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The Dolphinarium in Constanta

There are several attractions entirely dedicated to the marine world in the city, including the museum of the sea, an aquarium and a dolphinarium.

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A view of the church

The fact that Constanta has not focused all of its economy on tourism means that it isn't one of those cities that is only worth visiting in summer.

Constanta , Romania
The Museum of History and Archaeology

This museum retraces the history of the region from the Palaeolithic Era to the current day via the Age of Antiquity.

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