In Europe, you can travel in different ways, so why not do it the European way — economically and efficiently? Perhaps the most unusual way of accommodation could be spending the night in the hostel. These affordable small hotels very creative approach to their work, and in Europe they are everywhere. Whether you’re traveling with a backpack in Spain and decided to look at Sweden, stopping at hostels, you will get a better idea about these countries.
The first thing to remember about the European hostels — they are all very different. In whatever European country you come, there are sure to find a hostel that meets the spirit of this country. In Scotland, you can relax like a king in the youth hostel Carbisdale Castle Carbisdale Castle in the present. Turkey will have to climb a tree to stay Hostel Kadir’s Tree House. In Slovenia, you can spend the night in a former prison turned into an ultra-modern hostel Hostel Celica. These are just a few examples of unique hostels in Europe.
But the uniqueness — only half the battle. Hostels usually offer some of the most competitive prices for accommodation, and often are located at the epicenter of tourist routes. Better to spend the money saved on accommodation on a souvenir or a fresh croissant if you are, say, in France.
And most importantly, that you are coming to Europe for new experiences! Photograph streets of London from the windows of the old buildings. Make sketches of Serbian landscapes, lowering his feet in the Danube. Read heartfelt poems under the starry sky of Ireland away from the large and bustling cities. All this is more than is available, if you stay in hostels in Europe.