Compare 6 fertility clinics in Slovakia

IVF clinics in Slovakia are highly respected in their field. They offer various kinds of almost all kinds of IVF treatments, intrauterine insemination (IUI), IVF with sperm donation, IVF with egg donation, IVF with embryo donation, and other services.









Magnezitárska 2/C, 040 13 Košice, Slovakia

+421 800 300 000


Digital transparency index

44%

Features: International patients Private




Prievozská 4/A, Apollo Business Center ll, Blok B, 821 09 Bratislava, Slovakia

+421 907 533 993


Digital transparency index

43%

Features: International patients Private




Búdkova 26, 811 04 Bratislava, Slovakia

+421 903 992 626


Digital transparency index

34%

Features: International patients Private




Novozámocká 67, 949 05 Nitra, Slovakia

+421 800 300 000


Digital transparency index

32%

Features: International patients Private




University Hospital Martin, pavilion 6, 1st floor Kollárova 2, 036 01 Martin, Slovakia

+421 905 965 983


Digital transparency index

9%

Features: International patients Private




Ulica Sv. Vincenta 4, 821 03 Bratislava, Slovakia

+421 2 436 317 80


Digital transparency index

8%

Features: International patients Private




Quick info - Slovakian fertility treatment costs in 2022:


Medications, pretests and additional procedures not included.

Please note that ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY based on your unique needs.


Average price of standard IVF with ovarian stimulation:

1,565

Average ICSI treatment price:

491

Average price of IVF with Egg donation:

4,782

Average price of IVF with Embryo donation:

1,683

Average price of IVF with Sperm donation:

800








Packages & Deals | 2022

Be sure to check out IVF packages and other special offers from fertility clinics.









General Information

Slovakia, full name Slovak Republic, is a landlocked country located in Central Europe. It borders Ukraine to the east, Hungary to the south, Austria to the southwest, the Czech Republic to the west, and Poland to the north. In 2017, 5,441,899 people lived here. The capital is Bratislava, the official language is Slovak.

From the neighboring countries, Slovakia has strong ties, especially with the Czech Republic. Former conflict relations with Hungary have improved in recent years. There is a strong Hungarian and a large Roma minority living in the country.

Slovakia has a rich cultural and scientific tradition as well as a number of natural and historical monuments.


History

After the Ottoman expansion, the territory of former Hungary in the 16th and 17th centuries was temporarily reduced almost only to the territory of Slovakia, Hradsko, and western Croatia. Thanks to this, Slovakia became the core of the Habsburg state.

In the revolutionary years 1848-49, the Slovaks sided with the Austrians to get out of Hungary and become an independent part of the Austrian monarchy. However, they did not succeed. In the following years, after the Austro-Hungarian settlement (1867-1918), the Slovaks faced the toughest Hungarianization.

On January 1, 1993, an independent Slovak Republic was established on the basis of the Constitutional Act of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic. Slovakia has been a member of NATO since March 29, 2004, and has been a member of the European Union since May 1, 2004.


Quick guide

The High Tatras are a beautiful and very popular mountain range with various challenging hiking trails leading to unique natural phenomena. You can climb here, among other things, to the highest mountain in the Slovak Republic, Gerlachovský štít, rising to a height of 2655 meters.

Slovak Paradise - A unique national park, which was declared in 1988 and which today is also one of the most popular Slovak tourist attractions. Slovak Paradise is interwoven with rivers and streams, which have created fascinating gorges and waterfalls.


Interesting facts

In Slovakia, various cultural influences have clashed for centuries, leaving an indelible mark. Visitors admire Gothic temples, medieval castles, Baroque palaces and monuments of folk architecture. These have been preserved in dozens of open-air museums and open-air museums, and you will meet them while wandering the countryside in remote villages.



Specific fertility clinics locations in Slovakia