Vila Reyna

33B Pescarilor Street, Constanta, 900535, Romania | Villa
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This villa is located on 33B Pescarilor Street, Constanta.
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    Travel Blogs from Constanta

    Bucharest and Constanta

    A travel blog entry by billc507 on Aug 06, 2014

    ... of the city was destroyed during the war, the destruction of historic sections by the communist and how the city and country was changed during the communist rule. It was very clear they hate the Russians but are worried about what is happening now in nearby Ukraine. When we talked about the Russian river cruise, the tour guide said it was better to visit Russia than have the Russians visit ...

    A drive up the coast

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 09, 2013

    ... looking people, with thick mustaches. I don’t know who they were; forgot to look.

    Then we drove back. It was a fine drive, with no incidents. We found the car rental company just before they closed at 6pm. They checked the car, then returned us to the port. We had drinks in our cabin, then went to dinner in the restaurant. The pad thai was not good, even though it was the culinary specialty. The pork was fine. Then we went back to the cabin to ...

    The Shipyard City

    A travel blog entry by bollidarling on Aug 16, 2013

    21 photos

    ... 160;We passed over a canal which connected The Black Sea to The Danube and, of course, had to stop and take pictures. In Constanta itself we visited an eclectic range of sites: a mosque, a church, casino and upmarket beach resorts.  The gap between the wealthy and poor was apparent everywhere as was rubbish and terrible drivers blatantly flaunting a disregard of basic road rules and common sense. However, we ...

    Final Blog Post: Cycling the Donauradweg

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 30, 2013

    11 photos

    July 30, 2013
    Bucharest to Constanta, by Train
    Voila Hotel (220 Lei / $65) Double including Breakfast


    Train to Constanta

    Junko and Hiro had no choice but to take the 3:00 AM train from Bucharest to Constanta because that was the one that allowed bicycles. We followed at our leisure on the 10 am train. Our train was comfortable and the ride uneventful.

    As soon as we got off the train in Constanta we were pestered ...

    Roamin' in Romania

    A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on Jul 27, 2013

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... of Constanta, Romania confirmed all of my suspicions!

    To be fair, it's not a very interesting part of Romania. I understand that the western part of the country is mountainous and very pretty. (And that's where Transylvania and Count Dracula can be found!) Constanta is the largest commercial port on the Black Sea, with a population of about 400,000. It has an ancient history, founded by Greek traders around 600 BC. Then ...