About Constanta

Constanta is located in a region called Dobrogea, between the Danube River and the Black Sea. With a history that dates back to 657 BC, it was originally a Greek stronghold called Tomis. On becoming a province of the Roman Empire it was renamed after the emperor Constantine who fortified and developed the city from 320 - 350 AD.

Stroll the charming streets and explore the historical peninsular area. From ancient monuments to interesting museums, shops and parks, you will discover many sides to this cultural city. The History Museum is one of the best here, housing a collection of unique Greek and Roman statues and glassware. Guarding the entrance is the statue of Roman poet, Ovid, who, after being exiled here, wrote of Tomis in his works.

Other points of interest include the ancient Greek colony ruins of Tomis and the old Art Nouveau style Casino, which stands in the harbour area. For sun lovers there are number of great beaches in and around Constanta.


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