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In Dobrogea there are more pelicans than people! Yes, it’s true because its just a piece of land divided in two counties. And they're great counties!
Tulcea and Constanta host together less than one million inhabitants. You can experience there Romanian culture mixed with Turkish, Aroman, or Russian, in everything, from food to architecture, leisure to work habits.
If you go there by train you’ll probably cross the Anghel Saligny Bridge. This was in the 19th century world’s longest bridge, but even today it’s not a small one.
For those who want to live a little bit longer or better, there are the famous mud spas of Techirghiol available 365 days a year, a must go, must do thing after one reaches 50 years of age. Until then, go to one of the biggest disco clubs in the World, located in Mamaia and Costinesti.
Constanta Aquarium (the only one in Romania)
Anghel Saligny Bridge
Although a small region, Dobrogea has a very rich cuisine. In Tulcea country this cuisine revolves around Danube fresh water fish, the best of it being a fish soup, while in Constanta people eat sea fish. In both counties traditional lamb dishes are famous and so are famous their salads during summer.
Dobrogea is hot and dry and the sun is shining up every day. This is the reason Murfatlar wines are now famous worldwide. We recommend you try especially the Romanian original grape varieties such as Feteasca Neagra. .