Take the bus connections from A to B usually significantly faster. As the European Union begins in the infrastructure of Romania are to invest, but when the Train connections to expect significant improvement in the next few years. 3 Eforie to Constanta 25 km / 25 min / 9 euros while is frolicking in the Satelittenorten some foreign tourists, the place Eforie tends to the beach for local Romanians. Next to a fine sand beach, the town operates several historic bunkers and ready. It is important to note that some stretches of beach in Eforie not by lifeguards are monitored. Eforie – Romania the place Eforie itself provides various shopping possibilities for tourists. The parking situation in the city is chaotic, and on weekends the traffic brings usually a gridlock with.
4. Constanta to Tulcea 125 km / 1:50 h / 20 euro we leave Eforie and drive further north in the city of Constanta. Also in this city, motorists have to drive carefully because the streets have not infrequently immense potholes. Constanta – Romania the city Constanta was founded in the 7 century BC by Greeks under the name Tomoi. In Roman times the city was honoring the Roman Emperor Konstantin I renamed Constanta. The Dicher Ovid in Rome who fell in disfavor moved to this city. He lived until his death in Constanta.
The leaders changed in the course of history, until he was stripped of the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century within the framework of the Berlin Congress the city and Romania. Constanta – Romania Constanta currently experienced a positive economic development. A University, many new shopping malls and many historic towns bring a diverse cityscape with it for residents and tourists. Constanta – Romania an expressway project supported by the European Union between Bucharest and Constanta makes the port city for companies getting more interesting. We go from Constanta in the Danube Delta. The route between Constanta and Tulcea is strongly influenced by agriculture. Often, you will go to Sunflower fields along. Unfortunately must be warned just on this country road large potholes. We ask that these roads not in the dark to negotiate, just on the rural roads occur many more potholes. We reach a further, larger city where the tourism still has entered not road – Romania with Tulcea. A few historic buildings, a beautiful Orthodox Church and many shops are waiting for you. Nature lovers can soak up tranquility and nature at the nearby Danube Delta. Tulcea – Romania in Tulcea ends our tour of the Black Sea coast of Romania. We hope the tour description has helped you to deal more closely with the country Romania and perhaps to spend a nice holiday in this country. The images and maps of the Agency Combipix are protected by copyright. You are allowed without the explicit consent of combipix not be copied, downloaded or reproduced in any other way, except for purely private holiday planning from individuals. For further information on the provisions we are gladly available. You can pictures to many countries and very affordable prices with us purchase. Simply contact us for further inquiries. Your Combipix team