The hostel is nothing like it seems from outside, an anonymouys building along a quiet street. Inside it's very welcoming, a little bit small but with a nice living/dining room with a place for cooking (as every hostel should be) and the rooms are comfortable even if not very wide. We stayed in a room for 6 (3 bunk beds)... More
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