This diploma thesis analyses land prices in the Savinja statistical region. The analysis is performed on the basis of data including advertised and selling prices of wooded areas as well as agricultural and building land. All selling prices also comprise a general market value determined by means of the real estate mass appraisal conducted by the Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia (GURS). In the beginning, the treated region is analysed as a whole. To perform a detailed analysis of the relevant land prices and general market values, an analysis at the level of the local communities is also included. The analysis of the discrepancy between advertised and selling prices shows that advertised prices are in all cases higher than the selling ones. However, the analysis of the discrepancy between selling prices and general market values reveals that general market values are lower than relevant selling prices. On the basis of the results, it was established that there exist the biggest discrepancy between advertised prices, selling prices and general market values in the sphere of building land, and the smallest in the one of wooded areas. In general, it can be concluded for all three land development degrees that the highest prices are the advertised ones, followed by selling prices and general market values.