Silversea Luxury Cruises A Constanta

Constanta

Constanţa is Romania's largest Black Sea port and one of the country's biggest cities, with a population of some 260,000. The modern port was built up rapidly by Romania's post-war Communist government, but the city's history goes back more than 2,500 years when it founded by the Greeks as a fishing village called Tomis. Constanţa was captured by the Romans in 29 BC. View more

The noted Roman poet Ovid was banished here in 8 AD for the last years of his life by Emperor Augustus after allegedly writing poetry that was too racy (even by the lax standards of ancient Rome). Ovid remains the city's most famous resident, and a large statue of him stands in the central square, Piaţa Ovidiu. Beyond the city limits of Constanţa, the resort area of Mamaia (Romania's most popular seaside holiday destination) stretches out along a sandbar for a length of about 6 kms (4 mi). Bucharest is also within reach, though it is a long (150+ mi) drive. Passenger cruise ships dock in the main port, just a short walk from the center of the city and the main museums and cultural sights. Though Constanţa is a large city, the historic core is small and easily managed on foot. Most of the sights are clustered around the central square, Piaţa Ovidiu.

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Excursions depuis Constanta

Highlights of Constanta

Enjoy a comprehensive introduction to Romania's second largest city and visits to its major places of interest during this half-day excursion


Being the fourth largest port in Europe and Romanian second largest city, Constanta is more than just one of the Black Sea ports. Its historical monuments, ancient ruins -vestiges of Roman domination here, museums and mosques that add a peculiar colour to the old downtown and proximity to beach resorts make the city especially attractive.


Museum of National History and Archaeology

Departing the port area, the coach will bring you the Museum of National History and Archaeology, which provides a deep insight into the Hellenistic and Roman heritage of Constanta. An impressive collection of artifacts from Greek, Roman, and Daco-Roman civilizations are displayed in the museum. On the ground floor of the museum, see jewelry and garments made of silver, bronze and gold, the selection of vessels from the Hellenistic epoch and the church silver plates.


The highlight of the museum is a unique collection of Tanagra statuettes. The most outstanding of them are the original marble statuette of the serpent Glykon (the 2nd century AD), the statuette of the Goddess Fortune, the city's Patroness with Pontos - the Black Sea God and the statuettes of the Thinker and his Woman.


Royal Mosque

At a short distance there is another popular city's attraction the largest mosque in Romania called "Royal Mosque" after King Carol I who initiated its construction in 1910. Today the mosque is the seat of the Mufti, the Muslims' spiritual leader in Dobrudja region. The building combines Byzantine and Romanian styles, making it somewhat peculiar in comparison to the other mosques in the area. Take a guided interior visit and view the Persian carpet, one of the largest in Europe, which is a gift from Sultan Abdul Hamid. The most remarkable is the 164-ft high minaret. You may wish to climb 140 steps to admire the stunning views of the old downtown and harbor


Museum of Ethnography

Next re-board your coach for a short drive to the Museum of Ethnography. It displays over 16,000 ethnographic exhibits from all the Romanian regions including among others, the collection of unique glass icons and the colourful festive folk costumes exhibited in four upper halls.


Take a rest from the sightseeing at one of the local cafes where a refreshing cup of tea or coffee will be served and you will have some free time for shopping at Stephen cel Mare pedestrian street and the Thomis Mall.


Mamaia Resort

Following the tour enjoy a picturesque drive outside the city to the renowned resort of Mamaia. Open in 1906 it blossomed later with the establishment of a casino and opulent villas and became the summer residence of King Ferdinand and an elite resort in the southeast of Europe. It is still known as a top resort of the Romanian Black Sea Coast. Mamaia boasts numerous hotels and restaurants located close to the beach, sporting facilities, Aqua Magic Park and the cableway gondola.


Please note: This tour involves moderate walking on mostly flat, even walk ways. There are 57 steps to and 8 steps at the Archaeological Museum and 40 steps at the Ethnographical Museum. Guests with limited mobility, should take this into consideration. There are video/camera fees in the amount 6.00/3.00 EUR at the History and Folk Art Museums. Comfortable walking shoes, seasonal clothing and sun protection are recommended. The order of venues visited may vary. A minimum number of guests per guide is required to operate this programme.

The Danube Delta was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991 and is famed for its wildlife, flora and fauna. This tour gives a great opportunity for bird watching and exploring the wild nature.


Leaving Constanta your coach will bring you through the Romanian countryside impressing by its changing beautiful landscapes. After some 2 hour - drive you'll arrive in the town of Tulcea. Built on seven hills and influenced by Turkish styles, this former market town is now an important sea and river port as well as the center of the Romanian fish industry.


Danube Delta

The Danube Delta is a 2,200-square-mile wildlife reserve registered by UNESCO as a Biosphere Nature Reserve. The exotic landscapes with the diversity of trees and over a thousand varieties of plant species are quite impressive. Its tree-fringed lakes, reed islands, marshes and oak forests are also home to more than 3,400 animal species. The Delta's waters teem with some 160 species of fresh- and salt-water fish. Bird-watchers will be especially enthralled here, with opportunities to spot more than 300 species of migratory and permanent birds including eagles, egrets, vultures, geese, cranes, ibises, cormorants, swans and pelicans.


Boat Cruise

Your exploration begins here with the highlight of your tour, a boat trip along the Danube Delta. Start your cruise on the Tulcea main canal then cruise off to Nebunu Lake through narrow channels. While sailing through the narrow channels into the very heart of the Delta; admiring the picturesque scenery, you are treated to lunch on board featuring the local specialties.


Following lunch, navigate back to the main canal and Tulcea where you boat tour concludes and you re-join your coach for the return 2-hour drive to Constanta and your awaiting ship.


Please note: Tour involves minimal walking and is suitable for guests with limited mobility and for those who utilise a wheelchair; however all guests must be able to embark/disembark the coach and boat with minimal assistance. We suggest guests dress in seasonal attire and wear flat, rubber-soled shoes and sun protection. Bird-watchers, be sure to bring your binoculars!

Silver Shore Privato: A Day in Bucharest by Private Car with English Guide

Explore the notable sites in Romania's capital during this full-day outing with your exclusive guide in your air-conditioned car.


Bucharest

Bucharest, once considered 'Paris of the East' for its long tree-lined avenues, elegant buildings and vibrant atmosphere. Today's Bucharest is a fascinating blend of both old and modern. Enjoy a rich landscape of rolling green hills and quaint towns as you make your way through Romania's countryside to the capital city of Bucharest. A short comfort stop will be made en route.


Palace of Parliament

After arrival, make your first visit to the world's second largest building after the US Pentagon. The 12-storey Palace of Parliament building is a reminder of Romania's communist epoch. The One-hour visit can cover only some part of the ornate 3100-room interiors. In the Union Hall there is the 1000 m² large and 14 ton weight carpet woven with special machines. 3500 tons of crystal were used for the chandeliers. Romanians are proud that the building was designed only by Romanian architects and solely Romanian building materials have been used.


Patriarchal Hill

Next take a short drive to the Patriarchal Church. Consecrated to Saint Emperors Constantine and Helen, the church is located on the Patriarchal Hill overlooking southern Bucharest. This 28 m long construction with 14 m extended portico impresses by its proportions. It was built between 1655 and 1658 on the foundations of a wooden hermitage with the imposing bell tower added to it later. Next to the church there is Patriarch's Palace, the residence of Romanian Patriarch and the former Palace of the Chamber of Deputies. Following the photo stop, proceed to a local restaurant where you'll be treated to Romanian-style lunch.


Village Museum

Following the lunch continue your tour with the drive to the Village Museum - one of the world's most interesting ethnographical parks in open air. Founded in 1936, this museum, about one square mile in size displays more than 300 wooden and stone houses that reflect the history and diversity of the rural architecture from all over Romania. View peasant houses, barns, wooden churches and different household goods used in the 16th and 17th centuries.


Revolution Square

Before you drive back to Constanta, make a stop at the Revolution Square, the site which witnessed the last days of Ceausescu's government. View the former Royal Palace of the Romanian Royal family, which later served as headquarters for the Central Committee of the Communist Party. Today, this neo-classical styled building is a home to National Museum of Art.


Please note: This programme is sold per car and will accommodate up to 2 guests. Only one person in your party need request this programme by selecting one ticket, which represents the vehicle and not the number of guests. The one-way journey to Bucharest takes approximately 3 hours. The tour involves approximately 1.2 miles (2 kilometres) of moderate walking on even walkways. There are 18 steps to the entrance and 67 steps to upper floor at the Palace. This tour is not recommended for guests who utilise a wheelchair or guests with limited walking abilities. The check-in is provided in the Palace of Parliament. The guests leave their passports or ID at check-in point and receive the visitor badges. After the tour of the palace is finished the guests return the badges and receive their passports back. There are USD 8.50 fees for camera/video. The sequence of venues may vary.

Silver Shore Privato: A Day in Bucharest by Private Van with English Guide

Explore the notable sites in Romania's capital during this full-day outing with your exclusive guide in your air-conditioned van.


Bucharest

Bucharest, once considered 'Paris of the East' for its long tree-lined avenues, elegant buildings and vibrant atmosphere. Today's Bucharest is a fascinating blend of both old and modern. Enjoy a rich landscape of rolling green hills and quaint towns as you make your way through Romania's countryside to the capital city of Bucharest. A short comfort stop will be made en route.


Palace of Parliament

After arrival, make your first visit to the world's second largest building after the US Pentagon. The 12-storey Palace of Parliament building is a reminder of Romania's communist epoch. The One-hour visit can cover only some part of the ornate 3100-room interiors. In the Union Hall there is the 1000 m² large and 14 ton weight carpet woven with special machines. 3500 tons of crystal were used for the chandeliers. Romanians are proud that the building was designed only by Romanian architects and solely Romanian building materials have been used.


Patriarchal Hill

Next take a short drive to the Patriarchal Church. Consecrated to Saint Emperors Constantine and Helen, the church is located on the Patriarchal Hill overlooking southern Bucharest. This 28 m long construction with 14 m extended portico impresses by its proportions. It was built between 1655 and 1658 on the foundations of a wooden hermitage with the imposing bell tower added to it later. Next to the church there is Patriarch's Palace, the residence of Romanian Patriarch and the former Palace of the Chamber of Deputies. Following the photo stop, proceed to a local restaurant where you'll be treated to Romanian-style lunch.


Village Museum

Following the lunch continue your tour with the drive to the Village Museum - one of the world's most interesting ethnographical parks in open air. Founded in 1936, this museum, about one square mile in size displays more than 300 wooden and stone houses that reflect the history and diversity of the rural architecture from all over Romania. View peasant houses, barns, wooden churches and different household goods used in the 16th and 17th centuries.


Revolution Square

Before you drive back to Constanta, make a stop at the Revolution Square, the site which witnessed the last days of Ceausescu's government. View the former Royal Palace of the Romanian Royal family, which later served as headquarters for the Central Committee of the Communist Party. Today, this neo-classical styled building is a home to National Museum of Art.


Please note: This programme is sold per van and will accommodate up to 6 guests. Only one person in your party need request this programme by selecting one ticket, which represents the vehicle and not the number of guests. The one-way journey to Bucharest takes approximately 3 hours. The tour involves approximately 1.2 miles (2 kilometres) of moderate walking on even walkways. There are 18 steps to the entrance and 67 steps to upper floor at the Palace. This tour is not recommended for guests who utilise a wheelchair or guests with limited walking abilities. The check-in is provided in the Palace of Parliament. The guests leave their passports or ID at check-in point and receive the visitor badges. After the tour of the palace is finished the guests return the badges and receive their passports back. There are USD 8.50 fees for camera/video. The sequence of venues may vary.

Museum & Ancient Histria

Gain a deep insight into the country's great legacy while visiting the ruins of the ancient city of Histria referred to as the Romanian Pompeii


Museum of Ethnography

Depart the pier for a short drive to the Museum of Ethnography. It displays over 16,000 ethnographic exhibits from all the Romanian regions including among others, the collection of unique glass icons and the colourful festive folk costumes exhibited in four upper halls.


Histria

Continue with a scenic drive along the Black Sea coast to ancient town of Histria, located on the shore of the lake Sinoe and founded by the Greek colonists from Millet 2.600 years ago. It was the first Greek colony on the west shore of Pontos Euxinus (Black Sea) and is the oldest antique city on the Romanian territory discovered in 1914 by the Romanian archaeologist and historian Vasile Parvan. For 8 centuries during the Greek and Roman epoch Histria was a prosperous and developed city with the paved streets, comfortable houses, aqueducts, gymnasiums and temples. The city was destroyed several times by the invasions of the nomadic tribes and with time left in ruins and at last abandoned.

The town's fascinating past will be revealed as you walk along its streets and explore its ruins. Delve deep into the history of this ancient city and listen to the guide's narration bringing the remnants of the ancient walls, temples, sacred fountains and baths to life.


Histria Archaeological Museum

Next to the fortress is the Museum of Histra displaying collection of sculptural and architectural fragments, amphoras, statuettes, ceramics, glass vases, coins and jewelry.


Conclude the tour with the return drive to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves .76 miles (1.2 kilometres) in total of moderate walking on even and partially rough walkways in Histria. Some steps are to be negotiated at Museum of Histria. This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or for those who utilise a wheelchair. The sequence of venues may vary.

Mangalia Sites & Arabian Horses

Discover Mangalia, the southern-most resort of the Romanian seaside renowned for its ancient history and the famous Arabian horses during this half-day tour.


The town lies upon the ruins of the ancient citadel Callatis the former Greek colony founded in 6th century BC mentioned by Ptolemy, Strabo and Ovid in their writings. Since the 9th century it was known as Pangalia meaning 'gorgeous' and was later transformed into Mangalia under the Turkish domination.


Constanta Panoramic Drive

Begin your tour with the panoramic drive outside the city past the famous Constanta resorts Eforie, Olimp and Neptun.


Archaeological Museum

As soon as you arrive in Mangalia you make your first stop at the Archaeological Museum. Its exposition displays a rich collection of artifacts found in the area around the ancient citadel of Callatis. The most interesting of them are coins current in Callatis during the Greek period, sarcophagi, ceramic households and statues. In the courtyard of the museum, see the Papyrus Tomb constructed of large stone blocks. Its name comes from the papyrus scroll found there.


Esmahan Sultan Mosque

Next follow your tour with the visit to Esmahan Sultan Mosque, the oldest in Romania. It was built in Moor style in 1525 by the order of Esmahan, the daughter of Ottoman sultan Selim II and is an architectural monument. There is a Muslim cemetery with 300-year old tomb stones.


Mangalia Race-Horse Stud Farm

After a short drive you'll arrive at the Paradiso Hotel. Take a rest at the hotel restaurant and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee before you continue with the tour to Mangalia racehorse stud farm. It is located 3km north of the city and only 500m from the Black Sea coast and was built especially for the breeding of thoroughbred Arab racers. There is also an excellent riding center. Take a guided walk through the farm and see these beautiful animals. You'll be provided with fascinating information regarding their care and breeding by an expert in pure race breeding. Following the tour of the farm you may wish to mount-up and enjoy a horseback ride around the complex.


At the conclusion of this exclusive visit, re-join your transport for the return drive to Constanta and your awaiting ship.


Please note: This tour involves moderate walking and is suitable for guests with limited mobility; however it is not wheelchair accessible. We suggest guests dress in seasonal attire with flat closed-toe footwear. Guests wishing to ride a horse should wear long pants. This tour is extremely limited and operates with a minimum and maximum of 4 guests.

Lake Cruise & Ovidiu Island with Lunch

Enjoy a relaxing panoramic drive, scenic lake cruise and lunch on Ovidiu Island during this half-day outing.


Panoramic Tour

From the port you'll head to the North to Mamaia resort for the boat cruise to picturesque island of Ovidiu. On the way, view St. Peter and Paul's Cathedral - the main Orthodox church of the city. It was built in Greco-Roman style by the architect Ion Mincu, between 1883-1885. The building is impressive with its monumental facade and the 35m-high tower. Next to the Cathedral are the archaeological ruins of ancient Tomis, now Constanta. Across the street is the amazing Casino building. The contemporary construction was completed in 1910 by Daniel Renard, a Romanian architect of French origin. The City Council authorized gambling and in a short time it has become one of the best known establishments in Europe. Today the Casino continues to exist at the seaside, pending for the luxury of old times. You will stop at the seaside promenade and take a short walk for taking pictures of these historical buildings.


Lake Cruise to Ovidiu Island

Following the photo stop, enjoy a picturesque drive outside the city to the renowned resort of Mamaia. Here, embark a cruising boat at the pier of the Siutghiol Lake and ride to Ovidiu Island. The lake is 8 kilometres in length and has a width of 700 - 4000 metres, the water level being about 2 metres above the sea level. The lake is sustained by underground springs that have reduced the initial saltiness of the lake. The Siutghiol Lake has a lime-stoned island, Ovidiu with the surface of 2 hectares and is a very relaxing location with amazing landscapes. This is the place where the Latin poet, Ovidiu, wrote his poems during his exile and is supposedly buried on this small island.


Enjoy lunch at the local restaurant on the island featuring delicious fresh fish entrees. Following your lunch and leisure time, embark the boat for the return cruise to Mamaia and your transport for the drive back to Constanta.


Please note: This tour involves minimal walking and is suitable for guests with limited mobility; however it is not wheelchair accessible. Participants should dress in seasonal attire and wear flat, walking shoes and sun protection. Tour is extremely limited and we suggest reserving early to avoid disappointment. Operation of this tour is dependent upon favourable weather conditions. This tour is not available on the October 6 and October 20, 2014 calls as it is too late in the season.

Bucharest! A Silversea Experience ®

CND-SSE Bucharest! A Silversea Experience ®

11-12 Hours

Complimentary to all Guests


Explore the notable sites in Romania's capital during this full-day Silversea Experience ® to Bucharest.


Bucharest

Bucharest, once considered 'Paris of the East' for its long tree-lined avenues, elegant buildings and vibrant atmosphere. Today's Bucharest is a fascinating blend of both old and modern. Enjoy a rich landscape of rolling green hills and quaint towns as you make your way through Romania's countryside to the capital city of Bucharest. A short comfort stop will be made en route.


Palace of Parliament

After arrival, make your first visit to the world's second largest building after the US Pentagon. The 12-storey Palace of Parliament building is a reminder of Romania's communist epoch. The One-hour visit can cover only some part of the ornate 3100-room interiors. In the Union Hall there is the 1000 m² large and 14 ton weight carpet woven with special machines. 3500 tons of crystal was used for the chandeliers. Romanians are proud that the building was designed only by Romanian architects and solely Romanian building materials have been used.


Patriarchal Hill

Next take a short drive to the Patriarchal Church. Consecrated to Saint Emperors Constantine and Helen, the church is located on the Patriarchal Hill overlooking southern Bucharest. This 28 m long construction with 14 m extended portico impresses by its proportions. It was built between 1655 and 1658 on the foundations of a wooden hermitage with the imposing bell tower added to it later. Next to the church there is Patriarch's Palace, the residence of Romanian Patriarch and the former Palace of the Chamber of Deputies. Following the photo stop, proceed to a local venue where you are offered a Romanian-style lunch.


Village Museum

Following the lunch continue your tour with the drive to the Village Museum - one of the world's most interesting ethnographical parks in open air. Founded in 1936, this museum, about one square mile in size displays more than 300 wooden and stone houses that reflect the history and diversity of the rural architecture from all over Romania. View peasant houses, barns, wooden churches and different household goods used in the 16th and 17th centuries.


Revolution Square

Before you head back to Constanta, make a stop at the Revolution Square, the site which witnessed the last days of Ceausescu's government. View the former Royal Palace of the Romanian Royal family, which later served as headquarters for the Central Committee of the Communist Party. Today, this neo-classical styled building is a home to National Museum of Art.


Please note: This complimentary Silversea Experience ® is offered to all of our guests sailing for the entire voyage. Your participation will be confirmed once you are on board the ship. Guests must reserve their tickets no later than 5 days prior to arrival in Constanta. Guests wishing to opt out of this Silversea Experience ® must advise the onboard Shore Concierge 5 days prior to receive a $200 USD on board credit in lieu of the tour. The duration of the drive between the pier in Constanta and Bucharest takes approximately 3 hours in each direction. The tour requires approximately 1.2 miles (2 kilometres) of moderate walking on even walkways. There are 18 steps to the entrance and 67 steps to upper floor at the Palace. This tour is not recommended for guests who utilise a wheelchair or guests with limited walking abilities. The amount of walking at the village museum is at each guest's discretion. A national guide conducts the tour of the Palace of Parliament, where security and official check-in is required. Guests must leave their passports at the check-in point for the duration of the tour. There is a $8.50 USD fee for camera/video. Credit cards are accepted but local currency is recommended for any purchases. The sequence of venues may vary. This description is a general overview of the programme and may change based on local conditions on the day. Reduced fares are not eligible for this offer.

Silver Shore Privato - Constanta by Private Car with Guide - Half Day

Explore Constanta at your leisure during your half-day (4-Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.


Please note: This tour is non-refundable if cancelled within 48 hours prior to arrival in the port. Actual vehicle type varies depending on availability. Guide is English-speaking. Participation is limited to 2 guests per car. The price, exclusive of meals, entrance fees and gratuities, is per vehicle. Therefore, when making your reservation, please indicate the number of vehicles, not the number of guests. Only one person in the party needs to reserve this program. Please see the Shore Concierge Office on board the ship to arrange your individual itinerary.

Silver Shore Privato - Constanta by Private Car with Guide - Full Day

Explore Constanta and the area up to 30 km surrounding Constanta at your leisure during your full-day (8-Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.


Please note: This tour is non-refundable if cancelled within 48 hours prior to arrival in the port. Actual vehicle type varies depending on availability. Guides are English-speaking. Participation is limited to 2 guests per car. The price, exclusive of meals, entrance fees and gratuities, is per vehicle. Therefore, when making your reservation, please indicate the number of vehicles, not the number of guests. Only one person in the party needs to reserve this program. Please see the Shore Concierge Office on board the ship to arrange your individual itinerary. This service is available for touring the port city up to a range of 30 km outside the city. Additional charges will be incurred for guests wishing to tour further afield.

Silver Shore Privato - Constanta by Private Van with Guide - Half Day

Explore Constanta at your leisure during your half-day (4-Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.


Please note: This tour is non-refundable if cancelled within 48 hours prior to arrival in the port. Actual vehicle type varies depending on availability. Participation is limited to 6 guests per van. The price, exclusive of meals, entrance fees and gratuities, is per vehicle. Therefore, when making your reservation, please indicate the number of vehicles, not the number of guests. Only one person in the party needs to reserve this program. Please see the Shore Concierge Office on board the ship to arrange your individual itinerary.

Silver Shore Privato - Constanta by Private Van with Guide - Full Day

Explore Constanta and the area up to 30 km surrounding Constanta at your leisure during your full-day (8-Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.


Please note: This tour is non-refundable if cancelled within 48 hours prior to arrival in the port. Actual vehicle type varies depending on availability. Guides are English-speaking. Participation is limited to 6 guests per van. The price, exclusive of meals, entrance fees and gratuities, is per vehicle. Therefore, when making your reservation, please indicate the number of vehicles, not the number of guests. Only one person in the party needs to reserve this program. Please see the Shore Concierge Office on board the ship to arrange your individual itinerary. This service is available for touring the port city up to a range of 30 km outside the city. Additional charges will be incurred for guests wishing to tour further afield.