Europe hostels you liked...
So central location is more convenient and furthermore centraly located hostels is CHEAPER!
Im just back from my trip around eastern europe and here i have some recommendations for places to stay...
VIENNA - Wombats hostel - the base - clean, safe and fun hostel, one of the best hostels chains.
PRAGUE - Prague Square Hostel or Old Prague Hostel - the best located hostels in Prague, very clean and social. Cheap, with good facilities
KRAKOW - Flamingo Hostel - top location, very clean, great staff.
BUDAPEST - Unity hostel or Marco Polo hostel.
Both are small hostels, but very well run and cheap.
Which hostels did you like?
The best hostels I've stayed at in Europe were:
* HI hostel, Bouillon, Belgium
* Jurai's hostel, Bratislava
* Nathan's Villa hostel, Warsaw
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Hostels in Rome
Hostels in Venice
In Rome, I stayed at M&J Place, and it was fine - friendly & comfortable, if a bit noisy on the main floor right above the night club! I also liked The Yellow (loved the bar & "hang-out" area downstairs). In Venice, I wasn't as fond of the hostel there - it's perfectly nice, clean & comfortable, it just wasn't my style (I'm too old for massive dorm rooms!). I stayed in the Hotel Astoria; not a hostel, but pretty inexpensive (especially in low season, & ESPECIALLY given the location).
Hope that helps you get started; let me know if you've got any other Italy travel questions.
the polish culture is also very interesting!
The Tent Hostel in Munich - it's a giant tent, with 150 bunks in it. Great summer camp atmosphere (if your summer camp was filled with international 20-somethings), and a campfire every night. Tasty dinner menu too! (Not central, but easy enough to get around on the streetcar!)
https://www.yha.org.uk/find-accommodati ... index.aspx
The one by St Paul's is less good - but the surrounding area is more interesting for an early-morning walk (before the city fills up with brollies)
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