Maria

B-dul 1 Decembrie 1918 nr. 2D, Constanta, Romania
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from bucuresti to constanta

by salomanje

Hello.i will go in constanta.what must i do when i arrived in bucuresti airport which is the best safe way?train or bus?tnx

Re: from bucuresti to constanta

by taseg

After you arrive at the airport first you'll have to get into Bucharest (if you arrive at Otopeni airport take bus 783 and if you arrive at Baneasa airport take bus 131 or 301 or tramway 5) and then go to Constanta by bus, they're a bit faster than trains on this route (Bucharest to Constanta is 3 1/2 hours by bus and 4-4 1/2 hours by train).

You can check bus schedules here:
http://www.autogari.ro/Transport/Bucuresti-Constanta/643-207.aspx?lang=UK

But also take a look at the train timetables on http://infofer.ro/ , they might be more convenient.

Re: from bucuresti to constanta

by davidlayba

if you take train:

1. from otopeni airport take bus 783 as mention and get off at
piata victoriei station then use the metro jast one station.

2. from baneasa take the bus 205 that are near the intersaction
on the left side of the exit from the baneasa airport.
for a tickets from the terminal exit go straight pass the
mail road of bucharest-ploiesti there is a kiosk that will sell
you a bus tickets then go left till the intersaction.


if you take a bus:

1. from otopeni airport take the bus 783 get off at piata victoriei
and walk fron this piata on "strada buzesti" [buzesti street]
till you found nr' 44 the bus station to constanta.
all buzesti street from point to point [piata victoriei till calea grivitei are 700 meter + - .

2. from baneasa airport get out from the terminal
go straight pass the main road bucharest-ploiesti
buy from the kiosk a tickets for bus 783 get off at piata victoriei
and walk till the bus station on buzesti street.


*** strada buzesti 44 is near the intersaction of buzesti street with b-dul alexandru ioan cuze that is half the way off all the street 350 meter + - .

Re: from bucuresti to constanta

by davidlayba

you can see on the map:

http://wikimapia.org/#lat=44.4488433&lon=26.0824817&z=18&l=0&m=a&v=2

the bus station called "Autogara Touring Euroline"
on the map is write Eurolines {ro}

all the best
david

Travel Tips for Constanta

The very first thing to do in...

by bluecat

The very first thing to do in Constanta is take a walk on the usual walking place by the sea, close to the old Casino. Especially in the evening it can put you in a very romantic mood! In fact this would be the word to best describe the city: a romantic place. The sea makes it so, the sings of the past emerging almost out of nowhere in the old city, the ways you can spend your time here.
There is so much to do and see here! And also just lying in the sun and get the very good feeling of swiming in the sea can take you away from ... normal and borrying everyday life for a while. One full day I spent there just walking and visiting museums and other places. I would love so much to do it again!

The Sport Palace of Constanta

by Fam.Rauca

On September 1 1957, the construction of the Sport Palace began.
On March 1 1958, it was already built and at the 3. April 1958 it was opened.
The width of the buildings is 35m
At the front of the Sport Palace there is a statue of a discus thrower.

Activitys

by irinuca

Are a lot of activitys to do in Constanta, but first of all you must see the city with all that he have. You must see the National Museum of Arheologi and visit also the 'Roman edificy with mozaic' who is best preserved and in good shape, also must see the wals of the old city, the Casino or to take a walk on the 'falesa',try to see the Acvarium where are fish from all around the world but mostly from Black Sea, also you must see the 'Planetarium' and the 'Delfinariu' where are delphins and shows with them is nice for the kids but not only.
In the Arheologi Museum you'll see old object an ancient tumb and a mumy.In front of the museum you'll see the statu of old roman poet Ovidu who was exilated here but his emperor and who wrote here the most beautifull poems of his life and who die here.

The National History and Archaeological Museum

by timada


The Archaeological and National History Museum in Constanţa, was opened for the public on the 25th of December 1977 ( in this building ) , to celebrate the anniversary of the Centenary of Romania's Independence.
The museum is held in a building which is telling for the Romanian school of architecture. The National History and Archaeological Museum is not only a regional museum which illustrates the historical evolution of the province situated between the Danube and the Black Sea, but also a national one, which epitomizes the history of the Romanian people.

3rd photo : "Glykon - The Fantastic Snake"

Techirghiol

by alirom

TECHIRGHIOL stands on the north-western shore of Techirghiol Lake, some 3 km away from the sea, at an altitude of 3-35 m. It is an old settlement (Neolithic vestiges were found here) that became a spa in 1891, when a local enterprising land-owner started a balneary establishment. The first tests of the water and mud of Techirghiol Lake are dated from the same period (1904, performed by engineers A. Saligny, N. Popovici, Dr. Bernard and M. Georgescu).
The access:
By air: Constanta airport;
By road (as with all the other Romanian Black Sea resorts) from the D.N. 39 (E 87), with a turning off at Eforie Nord:
*from Constanta, 18 km to the south;
*from Mangalia, to the north;
By railways: Eforie Nord station, on the Bucharest-Constanta-Mangalia line.

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