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Almada – 3 hostels found
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HI Almada - Pousada de Juventude

Almada

Providing views over Tejo River and 25 de Abril Bridge, the Pousada de Juventude de Almada is located in Almada. It offers a wide range of accommodation and a restaurant on site.

From dorm rooms to self-catering apartments, Pousada da Juventude de Almada caters for all needs. All units come with a desk and a balcony. it has really nice view of the bridge and the river. the place have good spaces and lots of relaxing areas. they have good space for their cafeteria too.

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7.3
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1,056 reviews

Lisbon South Hostel

Almada

Situated within 12 km of Jeronimos Monastery and 13 km of Rossio, Lisbon South Hostel features rooms with air conditioning and a shared bathroom in Almada. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Each room has a terrace with views of the city. Staff were super friendly, people were super nice, facilities were always clean and location is perfect too

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6.8
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336 reviews

Lisbon River House

Almada

Guest rooms at the hostel come with a seating area. Lisbon River House provides some units with city views, and all rooms are fitted with a patio. All guest rooms feature a shared bathroom, a hairdryer and bed linen.

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5.2
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16 reviews

Hostels. What are they?

Way more than just a cheap place to sleep, hostels are a social way to travel and meet like-minded people. Common areas like shared kitchens or games rooms are great ways to swap tips, tricks and travel stories with backpackers from all over the world. <br><br> Hostels have come a long, long way since the first youth hostel opened in 1912. From budget 'crash-pads' to five-star 'poshtels', today, hostels are for everybody, so whether you'd prefer a bed in a shared dorm or your own private room, you'll find most hostels are cheaper than a local hotel and far more fun.

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