A relatively small nation of just over 5 million inhabitants, Slovakia attracts many tourists; six times that figure visit Slovakia each year, drawn in by an abundance of snow-sports, castle gazing and enjoying the privacy of world class Slovakia accommodation. Both modern-day and medieval, Slovakia has been upgrading attractions and services across all industries, whilst nevertheless carefully maintaining the architectural gems found in most Slovakian cities, including the capital city of Bratislava. For holidaymakers, Slovakia boasts a wealth of affordable holiday homes from Slovakia self catering cottages to Slovakia luxury villas. Those who have already travelled to the regions of Blagoevagrad and Masuria and enjoyed them, will be familiar with the hospitality of the inhabitants and the culture of Slovakia, which shares borders with Hungary and the Czech Republic.
Known to American visitors as the “Yellowstone Park of Europe”, Slovakia has startling natural features such as semi-regular geysers and ice caves. Further heightening the exotic atmosphere around Slovakia accommodation are ancient castles and villages, left preserved over the centuries. Slovakia’s clean air allows bright sunshine to filter into even its busiest Slovakia rental properties. In the countryside, the cottages and panoramic views, formed by the country’s peaks, are simply breathtaking. Alongside spectacular castles are dozens of ancient churches and synagogues. The variety of nationalities and religions that have influenced the Slovakian Temple and the infrastructure is apparent in the architectural styles which are used. Slovakia today enjoys friendly and stable relations with its neighbours, and has adjusted well to changing political dynamics in the area. While it is no longer the seat of power it was centuries ago, Slovakia remains a cultured country uniquely positioned to capitalise on ever increasing opportunities. A magnet for investors and entrepreneurs, Slovakia can be expected to enhance its tourism industry over the coming years, and has affordable prices for most tourists. The country’s well-developed spa industry offers first class services at bargain prices. Prices overall are on an upward swing as Slovakia charts a course toward economic success, creating a window of opportunity to book budget holiday travel.
A week spent skiing is the best way to beat the blues during the colder months. Check out the holiday rentals available in Zilina Region for great places including villages and towns which offer snowboarding and skiing facilities. You can find the perfect Slovakia accommodation by selecting from the wide range offered here, whether you are travelling to Slovakia during the summer and looking for Slovakia holiday homes or coming for a snow-sports holiday and looking for ski chalets or rental apartments.
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