Information about flights to Constanta
Nestled on the shores of the Black Sea in far eastern Romania, the coastal city of Constanta has been popular with holidaymakers for years. As well as being the gateway to the region's excellent seaside resorts, it has plenty to offer as a destination in itself, with museums, ancient ruins and an atmospheric old town to explore. You can book flights to Constanta here at lastminute.com along with hotel accommodation in the city. Take a look at our multi-airline return fares if you're keen to cut the cost of travelling. You can also speak to a member of our travel team to get more information on the Black Sea coast.
Constanta is a busy commercial centre but there's plenty going on to keep visitors entertained. The city has a history stretching back over 2,500 years having been founded in the sixth century BC by the Greeks. Today it is the country's third-largest city. Admire the statues and architecture on display in Ovidiu's Square, head to The Archaeology Park to find ruins of buildings dating back to the third and fourth centuries, and visit St Mina Orthodox Church, the largest wooden church in Romania.Constanta's Art Museum is home to more than seven thousand exhibits from sculptures and paintings to furniture and ceramics. Learn about local culture at the Folk Art Museum or perhaps head to the Aquarium to view more than 60 species of fish found in the nearby coastal waters.
The Black Sea coast is well known for its many seaside resorts, as well as its natural beauty. To the north there's the Danube Delta, a vast wetland area that's renowned for its biodiversity and exceptional wildlife. Take in stretches of deserted coastline and marshes as you soak up the wild atmosphere. Just to the north of the city lies Mamaia, a thin strip of sand where you might struggle to find space during the day but you'll have no trouble tracking down a party in the evening. Alternatively, travel south along the Romanian coast to Vama Veche. This is a quieter and more relaxed resort, close to the border with Bulgaria, where you'll be able to spend time topping up your tan during the day before dancing through the night at one of the numerous beach-front bars.