Traveling in Europe doesn’t have to be expensive, especially not if you stay in hostels. There are some fine places to stay throughout Central Europe. These hostels are great places to spend some time on a budget.
In Budapest, Hungary, head to the Lavender Circus hostel. This charming place is filled with antique furniture, and staying here is an experience you won’t forget. Another good option in the city is Flow hostel, a modern spot close to the Danube.
If you find yourself in Munich, Germany, check in to the Wombats City hostel, a light and airy place with a good bar and free walking tours. Over in Prague, Czech Republic, there is the Artharmony hostel, with quirky themed rooms.
Visitors to Vienna, Austria, should take a look at Hostel Ruthensteiner, with a great garden and bar where you can get to know your fellow guests. Elsewhere in Austria, Doug’s Mountain Getaway hostel has a hot tub with views over the mountains in Fulpmes. In the Polish city of Krakow, the Greg & Tom Beer House Hostel carved out a reputation as the place to be for party animals.
Whether you are looking for a place to relax or a party spot, there is a hostel for you. Central Europe is becoming increasingly popular with backpackers, and hostels are popping up to satisfy that demand. Take a look at these options or strike out for one of the new offerings opening all the time.
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