It belongs to the greenest parts of the capital and has long been popular mainly due to the tourist opportunities it offers. In Dúbravka, not only fans of forests and nature, but also cyclists will enjoy themselves.
The often sought-after Devínska Kobyla is just a jump, locals and visitors will also be interested in the paleontological locality Sandberg or Železná studnička. Today, however, new opportunities are gradually emerging here, which will be appreciated especially by people longing for their own housing. This is even one of the most accessible within individual city districts.
The price ranking of the most liquid segment of the real estate market, ie older three-room apartments, available on the website of the Real Estate Union of the Slovak Republic, shows that the average price per square meter in Bratislava climbed to 2,918 euros in August.
In the second summer month, the Old Town reigned with the amount of 3,679 euros per square meter, while in Dúbravka the same area cost almost a thousand euros less. According to the Real Estate Barometer, which the union processed, the northwest of the capital, together with Petržalka, share the second place within the cheapest city districts.
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