Cernavoda is a town in Constanţa County, Dobrogea, Romania. The town is a Danube fluvial port, and it houses the Cernavodă Nuclear Power Plant. The outskirts of Cernavodă host numerous vineyards, producers of Chardonnay wine. The largest winery in the area is Murfatlar.
From Cernavoda it is possible to visit the lovely city of Constanta, perfectly situated along the edge of the Black Sea. This popular city has been the prize of various empires for over 2,500 years. Popular sights in Constanta include the old Casino and surrounding promenade, the history museum and the Archaeological Park located in the city center.
Things to See & Do
* History Museum at Constanta
* The Archaeological Park
* Bath in the Black Sea
Cruise Season – March to Dec
Currency – Romanian leu (RON)
Language – Romanian
Land Area – 46.69 km²
Population – 20,514 approx.
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT/UTC plus two hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 40
Port Location – The port at Cernavoda is located approximately 2km from the city centre.
Travel Links - There are daily buses that connect Constanta with the rest of the country. There is a bus to Bucharest leaving every 45 minutes from the Railway Station (also called Autogara) that takes up to 3,5 hours and is less expensive than the train and faster than the trains (see section below). There are also several daily buses leaving from Constanta to Istanbul from the Railway Station.
Constanta's train station has connections with the rest of the country. The Intercity is usually recommended.
Constanta has an international airport called Mihail Kogalniceanu Intl. Airport which is about 20 km north-west of the city. Ryanair flies to Constanta from Pisa 3 times a week and Milano 2 times a week. Carpatair offers flights to many European destinations from Constanta through Timisoara.