Constanta will become a cultural port
Tourists from around the world will come to see the ancient cities of Dobrogea, thanks Limen Project – “Cultural Ports Aegean to the Black Sea“. Approximately 100 guests, partners in the project, will discover the cultural richness of the area.
Archaeologist Constantin Chera said that the European project aims to promote the cultural values of ancient cities on the Black Sea and to establish a new European institution, the Cultural Harbour. At the end of the project, the end of August, there will be a symposium on board a cruise ship, which will stop in Constanta. For the approximately 100 participants, representatives of institutions mentioned above, organized a program of cultural sightseeing Constanta History Museum, Roman mosaic edifice, Carol Mosque Peninsula Area, Cathedral, Casino, Lighthouse Geno-vez, Tourist Port, and the second part will be a visit to Histria because the subject is related to cultural heritage.
The first portion will be Istanbul Cultural, so that, in turn, other cultural centers to be established as a cultural ports in the coming years.
The symposium will be pre- sented papers related to cultural heritage in ancient colonies in the Black Sea ports and promoting cultural tourism. Also, guests will find out ports medieval cultural topics such as Northern Aegean and the Black Sea, topics related to archeology, architecture and art. Another section deals with business activities in the port cities of the Aegean and Black Sea maritime routing.
The development of cultural tourist routes in Constanta County, which will be connected to the network routes linking the countries of the Black Sea and Aegean Sea Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Georgia, Ukraine will be another important point will be the attention project participants. About tourism and culture will discuss the guests present in Constanta, and the approximately 100 guests will carry forward the tourist experience in Romania.
Archaeologist Constantin Chera stressed that international promotion and the establishment of a “Cultural Institutions Ports” in countries bordering the Black Sea and the North Aegean is the purpose of the project. Moreover, Harbor Cultural Institution is similar to that of the European Capitals of Culture. In EU countries such projects are carried out for more than 20 years successfully. The project is based on collaboration Limen extra-European networking of relations between countries such as Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia, with the example of commercial maritime routes and cultural model that linked these spaces in ancient and medieval times
Over 70,000 people are expected to arrive in the port of Constanta to fall on different cruise ships. Tourists will meet the old city from the Black Sea, but will be able to visit the Danube Delta and the capital.
83 cruise ships are scheduled to arrive this year in Port Con-stamps. Although there are fewer than last year, the flow of tourists is very important for Constanta County.
The cruise season opened this week to ship River Aria. It will return to the port of Constanta on April 13, on May 3, on June 8, on September 18 and November 8. Follow Prinsedam that will reach us on April 21 and then on October 22, after which Costa neoclassic, on April 25, on May 20, then 5 to 30 September. In May, come Albatros, Viking Sineus, Deutschland, Silver Wind and Star Pride.
“”We expect this year to increase the number of tourists that come with cruise ships. Number one attraction for them is Constanta, with the historic. But cruises are organized in the Danube Delta, wine tasting at Murfatlar, tour and lunch Dobrogea monasteries Monastery St. Andrew. There are tourists who prefer to tour the capital, with a traditional Romanian lunch at a traditional restaurant, visit to Parliament and the Village Museum. Also, go on a tour of the monasteries in Northern Dobrogea and visit Histria “said Corina Martin, the president of the Seaside – Danube Delta.
Peninsula finally ready to receive guests Fortunately, now with the rehabilitation of the peninsula, even foreign tourists who see the historic area. Cliff has been fully restored, streets and regained the scent of old, even if there are many derelict buildings do. Last year, tourists who came to the ships in the harbor were forced to slalom through the site of the peninsula, now where to walk and not likely to break his foot in a hole. Even so, they were fascinated by the whole area and said that their visit is like a return in time.
A cruise can last from three to four days to 130 or even 335 days around the world. Thus, a stay of four nights on a passenger ship can go from 400 to 500 euros and can reach up to 700-800 euros. Bids are among the most diverse agencies. If you want to spend eight days on a cruise in the Eastern Mediterranean, you must pay the 789 euros per person, while a nine-night cruise through the Baltic capitals will cost at least 1,499 euros per person.