Cottages and holiday houses in Slovakia: Who buys them and how much do they cost

Location decides.

Prices of cottages depend on location. Prices of cottages depend on location. (Source: Adobe Stock)

Having a place to go for a weekend or for holidays is priceless. Ever more Slovaks invest in recreational properties.

Experts say the interest in this kind of real estate has been intensive for about three years now, pushing prices up as well.

"The prices of cottages and holiday houses have risen year-on-year in all regions, which is, obviously, connected with the overall rise in real estate prices," said Peter Porubský from the Nehnuteľnosti.sk website.

Varied offer

To arrange your "secondary" living, you can buy a classical wooden house, a regular family house somewhere in the countryside, or a luxury apartment in the Tatras.

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