About Mamaia - Constanta
The historic and picturesque seaside city of Constanta is located a short 25 km from Mihail Kogalniceanu Airport - your entrance gate to discovering the Romanian Riviera.
Constanta City offers activity options for the active traveler, or one seeking relaxation. Ovidiu Square, the Old City, the museums and the old churches attract each day more and more tourists.
If you’re searching for excitement, Mamaia resort is the place for you. Mamaia has earned the nick name ‘the resort that never sleeps’, thanks to its cool festivals and vibrant nightlife. The resort boasts a great location, nestled away on the north side of Constanta City. Whether you want to go clubbing or you just want to hit the beach, there’s always something going on in Mamaia!
A unique perspective of the beach and surrounding waters. The trip takes approximate 10 minutes and goes along Mamaia, from Aqua Magic to the center of the summer resort.
Aqua Magic Park
Situated at the entrance to Mamaia resort, it offers the opportunity to spend endless hours of fun and adrenaline. Don’t miss the Waterplayground, Baby Pool, Relax Pool, Lazy River, Space Bowl, Super Crater, Multislide, River Ride, Mega Pipe, Twister, Kamikaze, Turbo Slide or the Black Hole.
The Museum for National History and Archaeology
The Museum for National History and Archaeology is situated in the old center of Constanta, ancient Greek colony, and, later on, Roman city, known under the name of Tomis. The building itself is a remarkable example of Romanian architecture. It was built in 1921, to host the city hall of Constanta. In 1977 it became headquarter of one of the richest museums in Romania, holding an impressive heritage of over 430,000 artifacts. It now displays several Greek-Roman collections (glass, jewelry, numismatic and sculpture collections), and various artifacts, dating from prehistory to contemporary times, chronologically exhibited on the first and second floors. Another important part of this museum’s exhibition is open to the public in a nearby protection building, which shelters and preserves the ruins of a great Roman-Byzantine edifice, whose largest hall was paved with a colorful geometric mosaic.