Constanța, Romania



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Nice Apartament - Black Sea Coast

The apartment is located in the center of Constanta - Romania.
2 Quiet and comfortable rooms with balcony on the 2nd floor of an 8-storey building with a lift. The bus stop is right in front of the apartment.
Shops, pharmacies, market and ATMs right on the street.
Situated in southeastern Romania, on the Black Sea shore, Constanta is the largest port and coastal city in the country. Founded under the name of Tomis, by the Greek colonists from Miletus in the VII century BC, this is a unique blend of Roman, Greek, and Turkish influences, and the place where some of the most valuable archaeological sites on the Romanian territory can be found.
Constanta makes a convenient base from which to explore the attractions of the Black Sea coast, from charming fishing villages and fine sand beaches to world-famous nightclubs and music festivals. During summer, tourists take by storm its hotels, beaches, and cheerful Old Town, bursting with restaurants and cafés, but once the high season ends, everything gets back to normal
You can get to Constanta:
By car
The most popular route is the Bucharest-Constanta A2 highway, which is quite new and in excellent condition. There is a tax of 13 lei (2.5 EUR) to cross the bridge system over the Danube.
By bus
Plenty of buses connect Constanta with the rest of the country. Throughout the day Bucharest bound buses leave Constanta every 45 minutes from the Railway Station (called Autogara) starting at 06.00. The trip takes about 3.5 hours thanks to the newly constructed A2 highway, also called "The Sun's Highway." Tickets costs RON 60 (13 EUR) and are bought from the driver. Though buses are slightly slower than the train they are clean and comfortable and the newest ones have free WiFi which the train does not.
By train
Constanţa's train station has connections with the rest of the country. There are five daily trains to/from Bucharest during off-season and more trains in summer and the trip takes between 2.5-3 hours depending on the type of train.
By air
Constanta has an international airport called Mihail Kogalniceanu Intl. Airport which is about 20 km north-west of the city.The airport is connected to the city by a special bus. The bus stops near the Central Station
First time on the Black Sea coast?
Verify my list of things to do on a beach vacation in Romania and make your seaside experience here a lot more exciting.
1. Enjoy the Black Sea's Beach of Romania
If every Romanian has the Black Sea on their mind when they think about Constanta, well maybe that’s because it’s worth visiting. After all, it is certainly a highlight during a visit in Constanta. So if you come here, make sure to take your swimsuit and everything you need for some time on the beach. There are many places you can stop, and the Mamaia Resort is not the only popular beach you can visit. You might as well try Eforie Sud, Neptun, Costinești and even Vama Veche, the most popular one for students.
2. Party in Mamaia
An administrative district of Constanta, this is the largest and most fashionable resort on the Romanian Black Sea coast. A winning mix of sea, sand, and stylish party atmosphere draws jetsetters and celebrities every summer to the sunny shores of Mamaia to party all day at trendy beach clubs and dance till sunrise in swanky nightspots. Named “the most fashionable and dynamic resort” at Monaco International Clubbing Show, Mamaia prides itself with a nightlife scene that rivals Ibiza, Miami, and everything in between.
• 3. Telegondola Mamaia
The telegondola is another attractions of the Romanian seaside for tourists of all ages, as they can admire the surroundings and Mamaia Resort
• 4. Have fun in the holiday village – Fun Park and Water Park
• 5 Take a picture at the Constanta Casino
• 6. Visit the Tomis Harbor
• 7. Visit the Museum of National History and Archeology
• 8. The Mosque of Constanta – Minaret
• 9. Play with the dolphins at the Constanta Delphinarium
• 10. Take a Trip to the Danube Delta
No beach vacation in Romania would be complete without a visit to the Danube Delta. Whether you opt for a guided tour or a short day trip on your own, this UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its outstanding marshlands, remote fishing villages, and incredible biodiversity (exceeded only by Australia’s Great Barrier Reef) makes for a fabulous travel experience. One of Europe’s largest and best preserved river deltas, the 4.500 km² natural reserve is home to fantastic landscapes, unforgettable sunsets, and more that 300 bird species, including swans, eagles, a variety of rare pelicans. Bird watching season runs from early spring to late summer.

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Our Family

  • 2 Adults
  • 2 Children
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Our Home

  • House Type: Flat
  • Environment: By the sea
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4
  • Living Area: 18 m2
  • Total Area: 54 m2

In my house

  • Pets - Not allowed
  • Small children - Allowed
  • No smoking
  • Lift/Elevator

Exchange Types

  • Home exchange


  • Free internet access
  • Air conditioning
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Television


  • Balcony

Our Destination Wish List

  • Open for all offers
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  • Austria
  • Italy
  • Greece
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  • Slovenia
  • Croatia
  • Russia
  • Poland
  • Finland
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  • Ireland
  • Scotland, UK
  • Montenegro
  • Europe
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Spoken Languages

  • English
  • Romanian

Our Neighbourhood

Nearest Airport: MK-airport (Mihail Kogalniceanu) - 20 KM


  • Teacher


  • Girl - Age: 8
  • Girl - Age: 10


  • We do not have pets.