Visiting Constanta Romania: The City Of Night

Romania, the beautiful country is home to a beautiful city known as Constanta. Visiting Constanta Romania is a great experience. Constanta is the biggest seaport in Romania and is the second most important city in the country. It is the capital of the Constanta County.

It is the coastal Black Sea Town exactly situated in the Dobruja region of Romania. Constanta has a population of about more than two-hundred-thousand people, hence is the fifth most populous city and the second largest metropolitan area in Romania.

Constanta is known as Tomis, because of the queen who laid the foundation of this city, named Tomyris.

Constanta’s weather could be unpleasant at times. The summers are nearly extreme, hot, dry and sunny, nights are even warmer than days probably because of the heat absorbed by the water during the day. September can be hotter than June, probably because of the same reason again. While, on the other hand, winters are balmier, but can be unpleasant during some of the months. Constanta appears to have all the four seasons in a year.

Visiting Constanta Romania: Transport

Constanta has a great infrastructure. Back in eighteen ninety-five, Constanta had its first railway station bringing trains from Bucharest that used to transport goods, grains and petroleum between the cities.

A2 motorway is a road link between Bucharest and Constanta, A4 connects the Port of Constanta to Mangalia. The Port of Constanta is the fourth-largest in the whole wide Europe.

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The city has the  Mihail Kogălniceanu International Airport.

The public transport system of Constanta is being run by RATC which includes bus lines and one double-decker open-top bus for sightseeing in summer.

Buses are quite easy to catch in Constanta and if you are thinking to get to the resort of Mamaia, you can catch these Volvo double-decker buses.

Visiting Constanta Romania: Main Sights

Constanta is known as the city of night, with long and lively nights, open bars and restaurants, casinos, theatres, archaeological treasures, historical monuments, museums, shops, ancient ruins and many a great places to visit. Visiting Constanta Romania is a very nocturnal experience.

The Casino is the brightest spot to be, while visiting Constanta Romania, which is near the water and is active most of the night. It’s one of the greatest examples of magnificent architecture. The walking board right in front of the Casino is a bright, sunlit spot during the day where couples love to walk.

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While visiting Constanta Romania, for some peeking into history, you can visit the National History and Archaeology Museum, The Navy’s Museum or the Popular Art Museum.

You can visit some religious entities within the city( Beware: Women with short skirts and men with sleeveless and shorts are not allowed inside these two buildings), two of which are The Great Mahmudiye Mosque and St, Peter and Paul Orthodox Cathedral. The mosque which is a gift from King Carol I to the local Muslim community has a Romanian and Byzantine interior, which is being preserved since 1910.

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Mamaia is the resort in the Black Sea which provides quite luxurious living arrangements. There can be more activities like sunbathing.

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Visiting Constanta Romania: Food

While visiting Constanta Romania, how can we miss on food!

A lot of active fast-food chains are quite the shiz, there. Most of these sell Kebabs and Shawarma.

You can even find the internationally franchised food chains, like McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, KFC etc.

There are other spots like, Pizzeria Aldo which offers a great collection of Pizzas and Chinese Garden for Chinese food lovers.

That’s all about visiting Constanta Romania, for more information on Constanta you can visit the official website. Leave your feedback below.

 

Travelling to Varna Bulgaria: The Gold City

The largest city in Bulgaria, adding to the beauty of it, is Varna which is basically and essentially the fourth largest city on the Black sea and the largest seaport on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast having a 300,000+ population, very often known as the Marine due the situation of the headquarters of merchant marine and Bulgarian Navy.

This is the major tourist spot of Bulgaria because of the king-sized and wide-stretched resorts, seaport and the business centres. Travelling to Varna Bulgaria is totally a water-like experience.

Varna, the completely jim-dandy name was first professed by Theophanes the Confesser.

While travelling to Varna Bulgaria you must be wondering about how the weather’s like, well, to your dismay(you might be wondering it’s HOT) it’s very mild and breezy, the seaport makes it humid, the autumns are long and mild whereas, the summers, just like summers, are hot but not bitterly hot because they’re moderated by constant rainfall and breezes. The hills are totally lush because of the abundant groundwater as a consequence of the regular rainfall, but winters could be bitterly cold at times, especially in the months of January and February.

Varna can be accessed through the Varna International Airport, Central Railway Station, cars and Port Of Varna: Cruise Terminal.

Travelling to Varna Bulgaria: Main Sights

For getting dosed up on history and gold, Varna Archaeological Museum is the spot to be. Back in 4200-4600 B.C, as a result of a digging, the ancient golden treasure was discovered which is now being displayed in this museum, as the Gold Of Varna.

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One of the most ancient and probably the largest park in Varna is the Sea Garden, which happens to be consisting a lot of attraction sites for tourists. It has an open-air theatre and the International Ballet Competition takes place here, it is home to other orchestras and performances.

The Sea Garden includes a children’s amusement park, Varna Aquarium, Festa Dolphinarium, a terrarium(A transparent closure for keeping plants or small animals), a zoo and an alpine-um. Ice-skating rink and a boathouse can be seen too.

 

 

 

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The boardwalk offers different beach clubs, playing, rock, hip-hop, American-style pop and techno.

The sea baths are substantially donned with hot sulphuric mineral water sources, to keep the water fit for public bathing, swimming and usable for spas.

Above that, the Asparuhov Bridge is mostly popular for Bungee Jumping

 

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Next up, the shopaholics are gonna love this one, called the  Prince Boris Blvd, which is a shopping area lined up with boutiques and a large mall. There’s the big-box cluster for motorists.

A little north to the city centre are shopping plazas and Piccadilly Park.

 

 

 

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If you are a bibliophile and ever experience the urges of your inner bookish beast, you can be at Pencho Slaveikov Library.

Internationally, Varna stands as a festival centre. Bulgarians are planning to open a new Opera House and a concert hall. It’s possible, the time you reach there, you might get to see these two.

Travelling To Varna Bulgaria: Food

The supermarket chains of Piccadilly and Burleks are easily available at most of the stops. You can even find fresh local produce there in Kolkhozen Pazar.

Restaurants like Boom! Burgers N’ Steaks offer to people with a taste and love for burgers and steaks.

For a combo of history+food, you need to be at Mehana Chuchura, which is one of the ancient and historic restaurants of Bulgaria and displays the stereotypical immemorial brick walls, stone floors and wall tapestries.

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This is all from my side, for adding something up, please leave a feedback below. For more information for travelling to Varna Bulgaria, visit the official website.