Top destinations for fertility treatment

There are many popular destinations for people looking for fertility treatment abroad. The following pages provide an outline on the most popular destinations and provide information about each country's healthcare system, rules and regulations, and costs.


Spain has a national health system, the Sistema Sanitario Publico, which is free to all residents who pay national insurance. Patients’ entitlements are set out in the Carta de Derechos y Deberes, the Charter of Rights and Obligations. Read More >


India is one of the most affordable destinations for in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and other infertility treatments anywhere in the world. Some fertility clinics here have been established for 30 years and the country has over 500 individual infertility treatment centres. Read More >


Fertility clinics within Turkey are usually situated in the major cities, particularly Istanbul and Izmir. Fertility specialists in Turkey are European or US-trained and are usually certified in another country as well as holding a specialist IVF certificate from Turkey. Read More >


Brazil has had a stable economy and political situation since 1994, which has persisted through 6 presidential terms. Popular for many years as a medical tourist destination for cosmetic surgery, Brazil’s reputation as a centre for fertility treatment abroad is growing. Read More >


The Ukraine has only 19 fertility treatment clinics but is a popular destination for couples from all over the world because of its acceptance of surrogacy, including IVF surrogacy, and for allowing older women to become pregnant as a result of egg donation. Read More >


Greece is an attractive destination for couples seeking any type of infertility treatment, including in vitro fertilisation (IVF). It is a beautiful country to visit with gorgeous beaches and resorts combined with the cultural interests offered by its many ancient buildings and archeaological sites. Read More >

Czech Republic

All assisted reproduction in the 30 infertility clinics in the Czech Republic is regulated by statute and guidelines are also in place through a central licensing body. Read More >


The Hungarian public health system is free for all and has been in existence since the mid 1940s. Financing is done through the National Healthcare Fund. Read More >


Under the old Soviet government, spending on healthcare infrastructure increased after World War II, which had hit Russia hard. More Russian men died than men from another other country during the conflict and this has had a lasting effect on the gender balance of the Russian population. Read More >
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