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It was definitely the best hostel that i ever stayed so far. It was really clean. The staff was increadibly helpful. The rooms were comfortable. We had dinner in the hostel one night. And i should say Miguel is a great cook :). We enjoyed...More
I stayed at this hostel and the Yes! Lisbon hostel. I preferred the latter, but this one was good too.
Pros: clean, secure, common areas on each floor, free breakfast, friendly staff
Cons: no AC in rooms, had to wait for showers in the morning,...More
How hostels should be. Well renovated traditional building in amongst old town Lisbon. Good clean dorms, newly furnished luxurious living areas, clean bathrooms and welcoming staff. All this within the cheap hostel price range. Highly recommended for solo travellers, couples or groups.
Absolutely excellent hostel, very clean and modern and comfy beds. BUT we ran into trouble when cooking meals - they serve a dinner for €10 a night (excellent value if you're not a a strict budget!) but being super budget travellers couldn't afford this every...More
No complaints. This is the cleanest/nicest hostel I've been to! The staff are also very friendly and work very hard to make sure you have a good time. If you need any help with directions or the best food places, make sure you ask them!...More
A pending candidate to become a World Heritage Site, Lisbon's downtown (the "Baixa Pombalina", or simply "Baixa") is a perfect example of anti-earthquake construction, having been rebuilt following the 1755 earthquake by the famous Marquês de Pombal (hence its name). Its offer is vast: restaurants and cafes in Rossio and Restauradores, outlets and shops in the Áurea, Augusta, Prata and other famous streets, the
imponent Praça do Comércio and its Arch, the luxury shops along the Avenida da Liberdade, this is the beating heart of the city center. The Baixa also grants easy access to trains leading to Sintra, the trams that go around the Castle hill, old neighborhoods or even take you to Belém, and Lisbon's traditional restaurants and cafes. Considering a visit to the Fashion and Design Museum (free entrance) and don't forget to try the famous liquor, "ginjinha"!