Constanta Walking Tour


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Constanta is a big and important coastal city of Romania, also called 'the sea gate' to the world. It is the largest port on the Black Sea. Constanta is historically known as Tomis, and it was founded in the 6th century BC. Constanța is now an important cultural and economic center, with many interesting sites, archaeological treasures and the unique atmosphere of the old town center. Our offer of a walking tour is dedicated to those who just want to focus on discovering the Old Town area of Constanta. Our friendly and knowledgable guide will introduce you to the city life, local history and culture.

During our tour, you will take a pleasant walk along 1-km long peninsula where the most important and interesting sites are located. Among many buildings, monuments and other places, you will see the Casino - splendid Art Nouveau symbol of Constanta picturesquely located at the waterfront, the Roman Mosaic Edifice - one of the most impressive ancient sites dated back to the time of the Roman Empire, the largest-Romanian mosque - Royal Mosque 'Carl I' built in the beginning of the 20th century. You will admire the beautiful Romanian Orthodox Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul with neo-byzantine frescoes, Ovid's Statue on the Ovid Square. You will stroll along Tomis Port and Promenade and also see many others interesting sites.

We offer private tours with private English-speaking guide.

Our guide can meet you at your hotel at chosen time.

Tour lasts approx 1,5 hours.

Private tours in: Spanish, German, French, Italian available on request

Prices: Please contact us

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