The city of Slobozia is located in the historic Muntenia region of Romania and offers several attractions. The National Agricultural Museum (Muzeul Național al Agriculturii), where you can see numerous exhibits from the history of Romanian agriculture, and the wooden church of St. Nicholas (Biserica de lemn Sf. Nicolae) in the outdoor area are worth highlighting. Other churches and monasteries worth seeing include the Monastery (Mănăstirea Sfinții Voievozi Slobozia), as well as the Cathedral (Catedrala Înălțarea Domnului) and the Church of St. Elias. Also worth mentioning is the Ialomita County Museum (Muzeul Județean Ialomița), whose collection includes some 25,000 objects from the fields of archaeology, history, ethnography and art. As everywhere in Romania, you should stop at one of the restaurants and try a traditional Romanian dish. I can recommend Tochitura, which is a kind of goulash served with corn porridge or Sarmale, which are Romanian cabbage rolls.
Slobozia Ialomița has not only sights to offer, but is a good starting point to explore the surrounding area. Due to the proximity of the river Ialomița and the lakes Lacul Amara, Lacul Iezer and Lacul Strachina, natural beauties and outdoor activities are not far from the city. Here you can go for walks, fishing and in some places boating. A bit further away is the Parcul Natural Balta Mică a Brăilei, where you can go fishing, hiking and boating. And besides, the Black Sea is only about 150 kilometers away from Slobozia.
- National Agricultural Museum (Muzeul Național al Agriculturii)
- Ialomita District Museum(Muzeul Județean Ialomița)
- Cathedral (Catedrala Înălțarea Domnului)
- Monastery (Mănăstirea Sfinții Voievozi Slobozia)
- Church of St. Elias (Biserica Sfantul Ilie)
- Monument (Monumentul Eroilor)
- Park (Parcul Ialomița)
- Public Park (Parcul Mare)
- Park (Parcul Mihai Eminescu)
- Lake (Lacul Iezer)
- Lake (Lacul Strachina)
- Lake (Lacul Amara)