Is Slovakia Really That Cheap?
Posted by igamingbuzz on January 20th, 2020
Czechoslovakia broke up, most of the developed tourism industry remained on the Czech side, so most tourists consider Slovakia to be the “boring sister” of the Czech Republic, however, having visited this hospitable country, you will understand that this is not so.
The low popularity of Slovakia among tourists is even to the advantage of those who do not like the countries of Central Europe crowded with travelers. There are enough interesting places and amazing landscapes, in addition, the local population is not spoiled by the attention, therefore, the prices are very affordable.
The Situation in the World
Slovakia is the seventh cheapest country in the European Union, as the prices of consumer goods and services in the European Union are 45 percent higher than in Slovakia. But the cheapest country is Bulgaria ( 30 percent lower than in Slovakia).
The price tags for goods and services in Denmark are two times higher than in Slovakia. Among the richest countries, we can call also Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Sweden, Finland, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Next, we will tell you about prices in Slovakia.
- Camping: for a tent place
- Dormitory bed: -
- Cabin in the mountains of the national park: - per person
- Double room with breakfast in a regular hotel: -
- Bus Ride: --content--.60 -
- Train ticket Bratislava - Kosice: economy class , 1st class
- Train ticket from Kosice to the departure point of the hiking route in the Tatra Mountains: for economy class, for 1st class
- Intercity bus: per 100 km
- Taxi: --content--.80 - .30
- Baguette: --content--.20 - --content--.90
- 100g local cheese: --content--.40 -
- Soup: - .50
- Three-course lunch in a regular restaurant: -
- Main course: .50 -
- Bottle of local beer (0.5 L): --content--.60 -
- Beer at the bar (0.5 L):
- A bottle of wine in the store: regular .50 - , best - (like placing a minimum bet in a Slovakia online casino, fans of gambling will understand)
- Good wine at a bar or restaurant: - per bottle
- A glass of Homemade Wine: - .60
- A glass of local tincture: --content--.60 - .60
- A cup of coffee:
- Estimated per diem:
Top Sights of Slovakia
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- Bojnitsky castle. It is located on a hill and is surrounded by the city of the same name. This citadel is one of the oldest and most valuable in Slovakia. It has existed for more than 10 centuries - the first mention of the Bojnice Castle is found in historical documents in 1113.
- Bratislava Castle. This is a monumental castle, a massive quadrangular structure, towering above the city on a cliff above the left bank of the Danube, on the southern spur of the Lesser Carpathians. It symbolizes more than a thousand-year-old Slovak history, and from its towers and terraces in front of the main facade offers amazing views of the city and surroundings.
- The main square of Bratislava. Here, architectural styles such as Baroque, Gothic classicism are very organically combined, and in the shadow of small trees, there are small restaurants, shops, cafes, and galleries.
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