Hostels in Europe

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What type of places to stay can I find in Europe?

Europe is home to many magical stays all over the continent. Travelers in Europe can choose among accommodation types such as hotels, hostels, guesthouses, castles, apartments, and more.

If you’re looking to stay at a hostel, you’ll have the choice between 1742 different options in 16 countries and 751 destinations all over the continent. If you prefer another accommodation type, go to the top of this page and click on the type you like. You will be redirected to a page dedicated to your preference. You will find many options for your chosen stay type from different European countries and cities.

Find the perfect accommodation for your European adventure with Guide to Europe. Narrow your search for the best hotel and other places to stay by selecting your destination and travel dates.

What's the average price of a stay at a hostel in Europe?

The price of a one-night stay in Europe differs widely depending on the country, city, and season of your visit. The cheapest hostel in Europe starts at the affordable price of 17 EUR per night. Meanwhile, Europe’s most expensive hostel costs around 566 EUR per night. It is safe to say there are options in Europe for every traveler, from budget to luxury.

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What's the best hostel in Europe?

Staying at an excellent hostel in Europe gives you the unique opportunity to experience high levels of comfort and luxury. If such an experience is what you prefer, book a stay at Plus Florence, the best hostel in Europe, based on traveler ratings and reviews.

Plus Florence is a hostel in Florence in Italy with a rating of 3.9 out of 5 from over 8607 guest reviews. This hostel is close to Piazzale Michelangelo and Pitti Palace. It offers air conditioning, gym, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, bar, family rooms, garden, sauna, swimming pool, and 24-hour front desk.

You can choose between a standard room, twin room, or the executive suite. An overnight stay at this hostel’s most affordable rooms start at 79 EUR.

Book this top-rated hostel and enjoy an experience that is beyond compare. Or, discover more excellent hostels in Europe on this page.

How do I find the best hostels in Europe?

To find the best hostels in Europe, consider where, when, and how long you want to stay in the destination. If you’re traveling during the high season, be aware that the best hostels in Europe are often fully-booked months in advance. Finding last-minute availability can be tricky in the most popular destinations, so be sure to make your booking as soon as you’ve made your mind up.

If you’re yet to decide where your vacation is heading, consider one of the top destinations in Europe, like Spain, Portugal, or Italy. These countries are home to some of the best hostels on the continent.

Find your next home away from home among the greatest selection of hostels in Europe.

What is the cheapest hostel in Europe?

Beyond providing a cheap place to stay, budget-friendly hostels in Europe also offer travelers a mean to have more to spend on activities and new experiences. An excellent example of such a hostel in Europe is Hi Viana Do Castelo - Pousada de Juventude. This hostel is in Viana do Castelo, Portugal. It’s rated 4 out of 5 by 1039 travelers.

At Hi Viana Do Castelo - Pousada de Juventude, you can choose between a Standard Double or Twin Room, Male Only Dormitory (Shared Facilities), Female Only Dormitory (Shared Facilities), 1 Bedroom Standard Apartment, Economy Double or Twin Room, Economy Quadruple Room, and Standard Quadruple Room. The hostel features free Wi-Fi and garden, and you can enjoy these conveniences for as low as 17 EUR.

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How do I find the cheapest hostels in Europe?

To find the cheapest hostels in Europe, consider the destination, duration, and timing of your stay. Underrated countries and cities that don’t get as much attention are usually cheaper than the hyped travel destinations you see on Instagram. It’s also a good idea to make your hostel reservation well in advance. For the most budget-friendly hostel prices, consider traveling in the low season.

If you’re yet to decide where your vacation is heading, beautiful countries like Turkey, Romania, and Poland offer some of the lowest rates in Europe. The hidden gems of the less-known destinations in Europe might surprise you.

Discover the best and cheapest deals on hostels in Europe and book your next stay on this page.

How do I find wheelchair-accessible hostels in Europe?

A wheelchair won’t stop you from having an incredible vacation in Europe.

There are multiple options for wheelchair-accessible stays in most destinations in Europe. It’s generally a good idea to research the destination you’re going to visit before booking your trip. Contact the hostel to get more information and ensure they can meet your needs, so you can enjoy a vacation free of worries in Europe.

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Do I need a converter or adapter for my hostel in Europe?

Yes, you might need an adapter to charge your phone and other electronic devices at your hostel in Europe. If you’re traveling from outside Europe, the plug adapter you’ll need is the type C or “Euro-plug, ” as it’s often called. All countries in Europe, except for the UK and Ireland, have power sockets that fit the same Type C power plug. If you’re staying in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, or Ireland, you’ll need the UK or Type G travel adapter.

If you can’t find a travel adapter at your local store, you can usually buy one at most international airports in Europe.