Hosteling or backpacking can be an extremely inexpensive way to discover different destinations when on a budget. Many people set out to see the world on popular round-the-world trips or choose one destination and intend to get the best value for their money. There are many Portugal hostels dotted around the country making it convenient and affordable for discovering..
Portugal hostels offer accommodation at a very low price
but bear in mind that often people will be sharing rooms
with others from all over the world. Other times private
rooms are available some with bathrooms. Portugal hostels
aren’t for everyone, especially if you tackle your
vacation with military rigor! Patience, understanding
and flexibility are great attributes when opting to stay
in Portugal hostels.
When looking for a hostel Portugal stands up to the challenge. Many people visit the Algarve and prefer to stay centrally located. One Lagos hostel Portugal has is the Casa Amarela which operates more like a hotel. It’s a family run business that offers private rooms with TV, daily cleaning service, laundry, a fully equipped kitchen for use, as well as a balcony to enjoy the warm weather. When staying at this hostel Portugal beaches are close by as is the boardwalk and many restaurants and bars are within a few minutes walk. Prices start at 15 euros for a couple but check before booking as there are different rooms available.
When looking for a hostel Portugal visitors can find over 10 to choose from in the capital city of Lisbon. There are so many things to do and see in the capital and it’s a popular stop for travelers so be sure to book ahead. Hostels in Portugal fill up fast, much faster than most hotels and remain a hot commodity among the traveler’s circuit.
The Traveler’s House gets great reviews from guests
and is conveniently located in the historical and central
area of Baixa. This one of many hostels in Portugal in
close proximity to major attractions and points of interest. Prices start at 21 Euros but be
sure to confirm before booking. The interior of this 250
year old building is bright, modern, clean and casual
and offers great social space for meeting like minded
visitors. Facilities include 2 bathrooms with four 24-hour
At Traveler’s House there are four common rooms and kitchen use provided for free. The owners are two travelers themselves and try their best to accommodate guests. Amenities provided free of charge include lockers and locks, towels, linens and duvets, all-day coffee and tea, breakfast, wireless internet, luggage storage, satellite TV, films and more! As for hostels in Portugal this is great value for price!
When heading up to northern Portugal to Porto try out the Portugal hostel called Poet’s. Here you can take a Douro River cruise, try some famous port wine or visit the typical old districts and get a taste of the warm, local hospitality. This Portugal hostel offers spacious rooms, five showers and toilets, a large common area with TV and DVD, guest kitchen and an attractive garden. Also available are barbeques, internet access and 24-hour reception all starting at 22 Euros per night but be sure to confirm pricing.
A Portugal hostel can be found in many different parts of the country and offer guests affordable accommodation and a chance to meet many new people. They are busy so book ahead! Hosteling is a fantastic way to explore Portugal and still have the opportunity to visit many attractions while sticking to your budget!