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Rascoala din 1907 Nr 1, Constanta, 900727, Romania
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istanbul constanta ferry

by Crispie

Hi there
i was looking for the istanbul constanta ferry shedule 2007
I know MV Arielle Ferry goes. Actually i want to travel istanbul to brasov whic one is better and cheaper do u think plane,train,bus or ferry? As a woman travelling alone also which one would be safer? i'm still looking cheaper flight but that does not look possible. Anybody has idea? please..

Re: istanbul constanta ferry

by qaminari

http://www.letsgoistanbul.com/abroadferry.htm
You can go by bus, but I think it would be best to go by train which takes 21h27 via Bucharest, see http://www.letsgoistanbul.com/tren.htm or DB website for schedule.

Re: istanbul constanta ferry

by davidlayba

for better in formation about the ferry that you mantion make an contact with the company that operat it:

istanbul: address- Rihtim cad. veli Alemdar Han No:
Karakoy , Tel: + 90 212 292 35 58

bucharest: address- Calea Doronanti Nr. 184 Tel: 021-230 58 32

for plane look:
http://www.blueair-web.com/

for train look:
http://www.cfr.ro/calatori/engleza/swf/tarife_extern.swf
http://www.tcdd.gov.tr/tcdding/avrupa_ing.htm

for bus look for one of thos company in "OTOGAR" CENTRAL BUS STATION in istanbul:

1. MURAT +90 212 658 05 08
2. TOROS lane nr' 143 Tel: +90 212 520 30 41 OR +90 212 520 30 42
3. OZ ORTADOGU lane nr' 5 Tel: +90 212 658 05 82

for more info' about thos company look:
http://www.letsgoistanbul.com/abroad.htm

one way tickets shuld cost 40 euro/125 lei and return 80 euro/250 lei

the chiper way is with a bus and after with train and then fly, I dont have Idea about ferry.

the quiker way is fly then bus [12 hours] then train [18 hours].
about swoman safer well ... I think at all of the option you will be safe, on train better to take an slipper single or with 2 bed, you have the option to lock the dor at the night.

all the best
david

Re: istanbul constanta ferry

by taseg

As far as I know there is no regular ferry between Istanbul and Constanta at this time. A company named Med Lines attempted to start a line between these two cities (using a ferry called Arielle) a few years ago, but it didn't work.

This month (on November 6) another ship (Yuzhnaya Palmyra, owned by UKRFerry) was supposed to start sailing this route, but just as a test - regular services should start only in April 2008.

The cheapest way to go between Istanbul and Brasov is by bus, it should cost about 40 euros.

Travel Tips for Constanta

The Ovidiu Square

by Fam.Rauca

The Ovidiu Square is an important part of the old centre of Constanta.

Here is a pleasure to walking by day or by night.

The middle point of the square is the Archaeological Museum and the statue of Ovidius that is placed at front of it.

The Great Mosque is placed also into the square.

Here there is also the Roman Edifice with Mosaic, an important objective of Constanta.

Many restaurants and bars, banks, and other important attractions, there are on the place.

The Ovidius Square has an extraordinary fascination for all the travelers that come here everyday.

Cetatea Histria - Old Roman center

by DSwede

If you drive ~45minutes north of Constanta, and follow the coast line, you will eventually come to Cetatea Histria. Its hard to go much further since the road ends.

This is an ancient site of the Roman capital of the region. It was a vital hub of agriculture, trade and patrol of the the Black Sea.

Its not huge, but definately not crowded. You can walk around and see everything in ~1.5hrs.

Romanian Navy Museum ... courtyard

by timada

In the courtyard of the Navy Museum is a big collection of naval mines , 35 naval and AA guns , many of the batteries being veterans of WW2 , three full - sized warships ( still holds the original fighting devices on board ) .
In the middle of the courtyard there is an impressive bronze propeller from "Oltenita " , many other engines and some canons .

Dolphinarium

by mirchica

I loved that place.It is a wonderful garden with a Dolphinarium, Micropreserve, Planetarium and a building with exotic birds. We watched a show with tulles and they were really amazing.
The taxes are 9 lei for Dolphenarium, 4 lei for Micropreserve, 10 for Planetarium and 3 for the birds. Students tickets – half price.

Constanta

by JessieLang

Constanta (350,000) is the 2nd largest port in Europe, and 9th largest in the world, making it one of Romania’s most important cities. Each entrance to the city has a coast guard ship next to the road as a welcome symbol.

Constanta was Turkish for 100 years (until 1877) and they have a Turkish minority and a mosque.

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