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) but we never felt too many to stay. It's not far from the city centre, actually it's in a very good position, far from noise but easy to reach if you need to. There's also a supermarket nearby so it's perfect if you plan to cook in the hostel.
The guys who run the hostel are young and very kind, they provided us with information about tours and attractions of the city and even told us that they are used to do city-trekking tours (for free!) with different tracks while they explain the history of the city and its events/monuments/geography. There's also a charming balcony with decorations where you can stay and talk with other customers and hosts, playing guitar, and so on.
I can't find a true flaw in this hostel, maybe the WiFi which works only if there aren't many users connected, but if you have to check internet there are computers along the corridor.
- good atmosphere
- lot of activities, many free
- nice dining room
- perhaps the rooms may seem too small for those used to wide spaces
(- common bath, not private)
(- WiFi hardly works when crowded)
these last 2 don't count as flaws if you have experienced hostels before!
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