Are you looking to travel through Europe but don’t want to pay the high cost of hotel accommodation?  Then check out today’s post written by Guest Blogger Yousuf. Discover his secrets to travelling across this amazing continent and keeping costs down by staying in some great hostels in Poland, Spain, Portugal, and the Czech Republic.

  1. Greg & Tom Beer House Hostel in Krakow, Poland

 Greg & Tom Beer House Hostel in Krakow, Poland

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This Polish hostel gets high marks for its party atmosphere. The hostel’s pub hosts themed events every night. Guests can also dine free every night and have free Wi-Fi.

Don’t hesitate to book cheap tickets to Poland as this is among the great hostels in Krakow. It’s situated in the heart of Krakow’s Old Town, which is a few minutes from the Bus and the Train Station. Beer House is close to all significant amenities in the town and is placed in the hub of the nightlife!

They offer 10 assorted sized dorms, which makes it easier for one to meet fellow tourists and to mingle! They all are comfortable, roomy and have a pleasant view of Krakow’s Old Town. The Beer House Hostel was opened just recently and all their services are brand new and decorative!

  • Main Attractions in Krakow: Main Market Square, Wawel Royal Castle, Historic Old Town, Oskar Schindler’s Factory, Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum.

Speciality: This up-to-date hostel is just a few minutes stroll from several of the city’s attractions, such as the Sagrada Familia, the Casa Battlo, as well as the city’s key streets.

For those looking to enjoy the sensation of home in Barcelona, you must come to Fabrizzios Terrace Barcelona – you can also get some great deals online for cheap tickets to Barcelona!  It is not simply a hostel though! It is a hostel in the hub of Barcelona where you can be just a few minutes’ walk from the main attractions. Situated in the middle of the city, it is close to everything. They have spacious rooms, and a big terrace where you can enjoy morning breakfast, daily meals or just relax throughout the day!

Fabrizzio’s Terrace is a great hostel with a flawless atmosphere to make you feel at home, and with a cooperative staff, this is the perfect place for you to enjoy your journey!

  • Main Attractions in Barcelona: Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo, Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic), Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catala, The Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar.

  1. Old Town Hostel Lagos in Lagos, Portugal

Old Town Hostel Lagos in Lagos, Portugal

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This hostel is close to many local bars and balconies with breathtaking views of the sea that will enchant guests. The staff help organize many activities including sea kayaking, surfing, biking, boating, beach barbecues and dolphin watching. This is a relaxing and joyous environment where you will get to see other tourists and have an Old Town escapade with many others.

This place is close to all events and bars. The Old Town Lagos Hostel provides magnificent services such as a fully furnished kitchen where you can cook your own food, and a gallery with an attractive sea outlook, where people can chill out and watch the ocean.

You will get facilities such as a lounge with relaxing sofas, cushions, laptops with Wi-Fi connection, and a big TV with cable connection for those who want to see their favourite movies. They provide free internet throughout their hostel. Book cheap flight tickets now.

  • Main Attractions in Lagos: Lekki Conservation Centre, Nike Art Centre, Ikeja City Mall, Elegushi Beach, Kalakuta Republic Museum, LUFASI Nature Park.

  1. Hostel One Prague in Prague, Czech Republic

Speciality: Modern design and spacious accommodation, as well as the proximity to Prague’s attractions, such as the Powder Tower, are the hot spots of this guesthouse.

This hostel is created for travellers, with a gathering of friendly global staff. They provide excellent customer service to help you in any way imaginable, and their staff are well-informed about the town.

  • Main Attractions in Prague: Stare Mesto, Old Town Square, St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague Zoo, Prague Castle, Mala strana, Lobkowicz Palace.

  1. Hostel VITA in Granada, Spain

Speciality: The main attractions are the terrace with a view of the city, and the location next to the historic centre and the Realejo de Grana district – one of the liveliest in the region. The Hostel Vita is close to the Hospital and Bonsai Garden Arts Centre.

The hostel is close to bars and eateries, and just a 5-minute walk will take guests to the Ranchito Mexicano Bar. The hostel has amenities such as mixed dorms, climate control, an ironing board, gallery, wardrobe and a dressing area. The site provides separate bathrooms with baths and bidets. Tourists can also take advantage of a shared kitchen which has a fridge, an electric tea kettle and a toaster. This hostel has a train station located in the surrounding area and is perfect for those travelling through Europe by train..

  • Main Attractions in Granada: The Alhambra, Mirador de San Nicolas, Albayzin, Palacios Nazaries, Basilica de San Juan de Dios, Museum of Alhambra.

Whether you are looking for the best hostels in Europe for solo travellers or couples, the above guide is a great place to start your research and commence your journey across Europe. Check out these hostels now and enjoy a city break in Europe that won’t break your budget.

Author Bio:

The above content is written, and photos supplied by Yousuf A. Raza. He is a professional blogger who likes to contribute on different blog sites regularly. Currently, He is working as a digital marketing expert at Dream World Travel, Ltd. You can catch him at Facebook & Twitter.

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