Hostels & Accomodation

The price is always right for hostel living

Whether you are sharing a room with 10 people or two close friends, you've got to find a roof at night. Hostels are the easiest and cheapest way to sleep in cities across Europe. 

When searching for great accommodations, always make an effort to check user reviews against photos, price, location and amenities. With all those factors together, it's easy to determine the value of where you plan on staying. Once you pick a place, try to find the hostel’s website to cut through any middleman booking fee.


Hostels

Best search engines to use:

One of our favorites, Hostelz.com is the most complete resource for hostel information online. It provides free listings for all hostels worldwide, lets you search all the major hostel booking websites at once to find the best prices, and shows you reviews and ratings compiled from those websites.

Joshua Dyer, Bridgewater State University

Happy Backpackers

Andy and his crew were awesome. They helped us navigate the city and showed us its innumerable historic sites (Colosseum, Vatican, Trevi Fountain, etc.) with the option of going to Easter Mass at the Vatican if you pick the right weekend. All I have to say was that being in the third row at...

Joshua Dyer, Bridgewater State University ~ University of Limerick, Spring 2016

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