Ialomita County is situated in Muntenia region from Romania, in the south part of the country and its neighbor counties are the following: Calarasi in south, Constanta in east, Ilfov in west and Prahova, Buzau and Braila in north.
Slobozia City 48.000 people
+4 0243 or 0343
Slobozia, Feteşti, Urziceni
Amara, Căzăneşti, Fierbinţi Târg, Ţândărei
E60 (DN2, DN2a) Bucureşti-Urziceni-Căzăneşti-Slobozia-Ţândărei-Constanţa
E87 (DN21) Galaţi-Brăila-Slobozia
Relief, climate, rivers and lakes of Ialomita County:
Ialomita County has a relief of a low altitude composed by Romanian Plain (Baraganului Plain) and Balta Ialomitei, a low meadow area formed by the Danube River. The maximum elevation doesn’t exceed 200-300 meters height. Ialomita‘s climate is continental moderate with very high temperatures during summer when drought may occur and winters are cold with frequent periods of frost. The icy northern wind is the main wind from the county which brings cold and low temperatures under 0º C during winter. The longest rivers are the Danube, Ialomita and Prahova Rivers. The largest lakes are Amara, Fundata, Pereti and Strachina.
Flora and fauna, tourist attractions and objectives from Ialomita County:
The main species of flora are the forests of poplar, willow, oak, and beech specific to meadow and plain areas and the fauna present here is also specific for the low plain area, but abundant is the fish fauna. (Find more journeys on blog.worldlifetimejourneys.com) The main tourist attractions and objectives from Ialomita County are Baile Amara resort for treatments and rest, the county’s museums (the County Museum and the National Museum of Agriculture) and the parks from Slobozia City as well as the replica of Eiffel Tower from Paris in the Hermes Park, the Cathedral of the bishopric of Slobozia, Bolomey Mansion and many others. Visit Ialomita County!
Replica of Eiffel Tower from Slobozia City, Ialomita County