You haven’t met Dobrogea if don’t know its famous wines. So in your way to the seaside, stop to find out the story of Dobrogea’s wines, a story older than 2,000 years since Dacs inhabited this land. Usefully, this region is also called the wine birth place. On the dried plateau, 3,000 hectares are cultivated with grape vines.
The restaurant “Crama Murtfatlar”, from the heart of Murfatlar vineyard, opened its gates to the public with a new look in August 2009.
From the visit to the restaurant, you should not miss savouring the wines that brought international fame to Murfatlar. The quality of the Murfatlar wines is sustained by 190 medals obtained at national and international contests.
Here you will be initiated in the art of wine savouring by our specialists, either in Romanian or English.
Note: See the public transport page for more informations.
The car is the most convenient and inexpensive alternative to get to Constanta. The distance between Bucharest - Constanta is 225 km and can be made in 2 hours and 30 minutes. The time increases considerably during the summer months, when roads are crowded with those who want to sunbathe on the Romanian coast. The most popular route is Sun Highway: Bucharest - Fundulea - Lehliu - Drajna - Fetesti - Cernavoda - Constanta.
At the railway station from Constanta arrive trains from the most important cities of the country: Bucharest, Suceava, Iasi, Buzau, Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu, etc. Trains of different categories leave from Bucharest and the minimum duration of the trip is of 4 hours. Ticket price starts from 30 lei.
Constanta has two airports: The International Airport Mihail Kogalniceanu and the Tuzla Airfield. In Constanta arrive flights from Bucharest, Timisoara, Milano, Pisa, Brussels, Nuremberg, Wien.