Best holiday rental deals in Slovakia
22,779 welcoming holiday lettings from 40 providers can be booked in Slovakia with prices starting at £14 a night. By directly analysing these properties, HomeToGo features the best deals and the highest rated accommodation options in Slovakia.
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Price and Availability Index Slovakia
Holiday Letting Price Information in Slovakia
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Slovakia. The most expensive prices are in August (03/08 - 10/08). Prices reach an average of £76 per night. Prices decrease in February to an average of £35 per night (09/02 - 16/02).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Slovakia
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Slovakia with the graph above. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of July (20/07 - 27/07), as 96% of the rentals are booked. Conversely, 87% of the lettings are still available during a week in September (29/09 - 06/10).
Book a holiday letting in Slovakia, the land of dream castles
Landlocked within the heart of Europe, Slovakia is a young, resplendent nation best known for its folk traditions and rustic mountain culture. The capital city of Bratislava boasts some of Europe's hottest party destinations. While on holiday, take your pick from a range of comfortably furnished holiday lettings that dot the pretty landscapes.
Traditional, hearty delicacies galore
Low on fat, Slovak cuisine often features elements of Austrian, Czech and Hungarian cuisine with a bias towards thick sauces, cheeses, pork, cabbages and potatoes. The base for most dishes is potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and onions. The traditional bryndzové halušky (sheep cheese gnocchi) is a dish you absolutely need to taste in Slovakia. It's often served with a glass of sour milk called žinčica. The cabbage Soup (Kapustnica), which sometimes features mushrooms, sausages and smoked meat, is as popular as fried fish with potato salad eaten during Christmas. For breakfast, try hemendex which comprises egg cooked sunny side up over slices of ham.
Art and culture in Slovakia
Slovakia's Gothic and baroque cities are a constant source of delight to lovers of medieval art, history, and architecture. The country boasts the highest number of castles and châteaux per capita in the world. The capital city of Bratislava is replete with Renaissance, baroque and Gothic architecture, suitably complemented by a cosmopolitan charm. Crowned with 300 kg of pure gold, St Martin's Cathedral is a must-visit.
The country's second largest city Košice houses the easternmost-located Gothic Cathedral in the World as well as the oldest European coat of arms. Once ruled by powerful kings, Nitra possesses the distinction of being Slovakia's oldest city. It hosts the Theatre Festival of Nitra, Fascine Carnival, Academic Nitra, Cultural Summer in Nitra among other annual celebrations. The city of Prescov with beautiful Renaissance architecture is close to Europe's most interesting salt mine museum in Solivar. While in Slovakia, why not indulge in some rejuvenation at the spa town of Bardejov, a UNESCO's World Heritage Site. It also has fully-intact medieval town centre.
Discover the gorgeous outdoors
Home to the tallest part of the Carpathian Mountain Range, the High Tatras are a hot favourite with winter sports enthusiasts. Straddling canyons, exquisite rocky formations and waterfalls of the Slovak Paradise and Slovak Karst, these mountains are most definitely a reason to visit. Vrátna Valley is a great option for skiers and hikers thanks to its panoramic vistas and inviting picnic sites. Lush forests and limestone pinnacles serve as momentous backdrops at Vrátna. Another gem is Orava Castle with its towering Gothic spires. Summer time tours bring the castle's spine-chilling history to life. The primeval forests and mighty waterfalls at Slovenský Raj National Park have left few disappointed. With a holiday home in Slovakia, you get an offbeat holiday surrounded by nature.
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