Ferdinand

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Ferdinand Street no.12, Constanta, 8700, Romania
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Forum Posts

How do I get to Varna from Constanta??

by grayland

I am turning in a rental car in Constanta (April 18) and need to get to Varna to pick up a Bulgarian Rental car. What is the best way to do this?

It looks like I would have to back to Bucharest to get a train to Varna?

Any suggestions?

Re: How do I get to Varna from Constanta??

by canadianinromania

Hi,
You will need to go back to bucharest for this trip. The trains do not cross on the coast.
Other then that, you can take a mini bus to Vama Vechi, and walk across the border. You would then need to try and catch a ride to the closest town in Bulgaria. At that point you could take another minibus to Varna.
Kind of a pain, but as far as I know its the only option there.

good luck!

Re: How do I get to Varna from Constanta??

by taseg

There are some buses from Constanta to Istanbul, I suppose they pass through/near Varna along the way.

Re: How do I get to Varna from Constanta??

by davidlayba

buses from Constanta to Istanbul will charge you full price till istanbul so better is to take minibus [maxi taxi] till vama veche.

there is no direct one you will need to change at MANGALIA so it will be:

1. CONSTANTA-MANGALIA 0.45/1 hour cost 5 lei
schedule:
http://www.autogari.ro/Transport/Constanta-Mangalia/207-210.aspx


2. MANGALIA - VAMA VECHE 20 minute
schedule:
http://www.autogari.ro/Transport/Mangalia-Vama_Veche/210-13173.aspx

you pass the border by foot then you have to hitchhike :

1. if you have luck till varna
2. if you dont have luch till DURANKULAK and from there
minibus till SHABLA [3-4 LEVA] and from SHABLA minibus to VARNA [6-7 LEVA].

look for map:

http://bulway.pisem.net/romanian/page2_ro.htm

I wait at the border at the bulgaria side and hitchhike and some one take me till varna. you shuld know that every one that want go sout or west bulgaria and pass vama veche must pass varna.

all the best
david

Travel Tips for Constanta

The tourism port “Tomis”

by Fam.Rauca

It was constructed in the year 1958, and it lies between the Modern Strand and the Casino Faleza.

This tourist’s harbour is made for the enjoyment ships and boats.

Here, come many fishers to find their stillness.

It is a lovely place to relax and to walking.

In the middle of the port water there is a spring fountain that is a reply to these of Geneva Lake.

The Archeology Park

by Fam.Rauca

The Archaeology Park is situated in the yard of the Orthodox Cathedral.
It contains a lot of ruins of stone walls, from the 6th century BC until the 6th century AC
The ruins were discovered in the time period 1971-1974, and it represents a millennium of the Tomis fortification history and of the Constanta City.

Waterfront area

by floriangn

The walking area next to the Black Sea provides a great view to the Constanta harbor. You will also find the Casino, the Aquarium, the Genovese Light tower, the monument of Mihai Eminescu, the statue of Anghel Saligny, and many other statues and monuments around this area. Well worth the visit.

Eforie Sud

by alirom

EFORIE SUD is the first resort in the area enjoying European recognition, its birth certificate dating from 1898. It is situated 4 km North of the 44° parallel on a cape 10-30 m high, between the Black Sea and Techirghiol Lake.
The beach, stretching along 1.5 km at the base of the sea wall on 40,000 sq.m , is covered by a 30 cm thick layer of fine sand and is protected by 7 breakwaters.
It is a very quiet spa, visited mostly by the Romanians who come here especially for treatment.
The access:
By air: Constanta airport;
By road (as with all the other Romanian Black Sea resorts) from the D.N. 39 (E 87):
*from Constanta, 18 km to the south;
*from Mangalia, 25 km to the north;
By railways: Eforie Sud station, on the Bucharest-Constanta-Mangalia line.

Arenele Tomis

by Fam.Rauca

The Tomis amphitheatre complex is placed in the Archaeological Park.

Here, there is:

an open air cinematograph,
a restaurant with terrace,
a skate place for winter,
a swimming pool
and other possibilities to spend your free time.

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