Hostels are probably the best type of accommodation to travel in Europe. Hostels are sometimes called youth hostels, suitable for travelers looking for budget accommodations. Hostels are not like hotels, hostels rooms are filled with so many beds so you have to share the room with few more travelers. Unlike the hotels privacy is limited in hostels, but you can socialize with other travelers.
Now, Europe has grown more prosperous. The hostels have been refurnished to provide more comfortable and smaller rooms. But still hostels are not like hotels. Many people don’t like hostels on the other hand some people simply love to stay in hostels, regardless of their budget. Hostels can be great option for students, travelers with a budget, solo travelers. Some groups or families also choose to stay in hostels hoping to meet other travelers.
Hostels are generally located in the heart of city, so that you can enjoy all action. Hostels in big cities may be over run by young backpackers. Ruler hostels, away from train lines and famous places, are often quiet and usually visited by mature crowd. If you travel by car, visit such places without train service and explore some Europe’s unnoticed hostels.
When it comes to the type of dorm rooms available most hostels provide various options. Almost every hostel will have few private rooms too; they have dorms of multiple sizes. For instance a hostel may have 4 rooms for 8people, or 5 rooms for 12 people or 8 rooms that can share by 18 people. The biggest dorms can hold 10 guests. Some hostels may also have special rooms for females, but most of hostels have both males and female dorms.
A bed in hostel may cost you around $ 10 per night and 30$ per night in big cities. The average price of hostel bed is around $30per night and in Western Europe and $ 20 per night in Eastern Europe. Just keep in mind that, always go for cheapest room available. Room with two beds cost you around $ 120 per night you might get a hotel for that much price. The cheapest beds are available in rooms with highest people sharing
Breakfast is often given complimentary in the price of your bed. You get super cheap meals at an extra cost usually in family style. You also have the options self service kitchen, set up with complete utensils, pots and pans in some hostels. Some larger hostels have grocery stores too.
Solo travelers find company in hostel and may always get new travel partner. For those who already with partner may get chance to meet other new companions. You can spend good time in hostels recreation and living rooms. People from different places gather there, play games, tell stories, share information. You can team up with them for future travels. Staying in hostels is the best way to socialize with other interesting people from various places all over the world. You may find likeminded travelers, to share your adventures and fun experiences. In hostel kitchen international friendship grow with bread.