1. Mihail Kogaliniceanu internatonal Airport, 30km from Mamaia/Constanta.
2. Otopeni international Airport, 230km from Mamaia/Constanta, next to Bucharest. Biggest airport in Romania. More connections and direct flights are available
Not for European Union, Israel & UK
Yes for Africa, Russia, Moldova, Ukraina, Belarus
Here are the ways to get to Constanta:
Official event shuttles: Grouped transportation from Bucharest International Airport Otopeni. For additional details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
By car: The most popular route is the Bucharest-Constanta A2 highway, which is quite new and in excellent condition. There is a tax of 11 lei (2.3 euro) to cross the bridge over the Danube. You can rent a car at Autonom - http://www.autonom.ro, as well as at the international chains Hertz and Avis.
By bus: Plenty of buses connect Constanta with the rest of the country. Throughout the day, Bucharest buses leave towards Constanta every 45 minutes starting at 06:00. The trip takes about 3.5 hours. Tickets costs 40-60 Lei (8.5-12.5 euro) and are bought from the driver.
By train: Constanta’s train station has connections with the rest of the country. There are five daily trains to/from Bucharest during off-season and more trains in summer and the trip takes between 2.5-3 hours, depending on the type of train. A second class ticket costs roughly 90 Lei (19 euro).
By bike: Eurovelo route 6 from Germany through Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia and Romania arrives at the Black Sea in Constanta.
By taxi or Uber from Bucharest: At the airport, we recommend the use of the automatic taxi teller devices. You may choose Uber for good quality transportation for roughly 100 Euro from Bucharest to Constanta - the equivalent of 25 Euro for four people, but with limited or no space for bikes. Also, Clever Taxi and Black Cab are reliable services, available through dedicated apps for both Android and iOS.
When in Constanta, there are several ways to get by, in the city:
Taxi: Taxi Start, on average 1.99 Lei (0.42 Eur). Then, on average 1.99 Lei (0.42 Eur) per kilometre during daytime, 2.99 Lei (0.63 Eur) during the night, 3.49 (0.73 Eur) outside the city limits and 19.90 Lei (4.2 Eur) per hour, if waiting. Taxis do not accept credit card payments.
Public Transport: One-way ticket, 1.5 Lei (0.32 Eur).
Please contact Sabina Sarbu, accommodation & transfers manager, e-mail : email@example.com