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Top ten hostels in Europe

Top ten hostels in Europe
Staying in a hostel in Europe is a rite of passage for budget-conscious travelers making their way around the continent. This is particularly the case for budget-conscious younger travelers. Here are ten hostels across Europe that either receive particularly high user-review grades or are notorious enough in one or another way to be noteworthy. St. Christopher's at the Winston, Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Winston presents itself as "an interactive museum of modern art." Långholmen, Stockholm, Sweden. Good Bye Lenin, Krakow, Poland. Balmers, Interlaken, Switzerland. Meininger, London, United Kingdom. Oops! Hostel Archi Rossi, Florence, Italy. Kadir's Tree Houses, Olympos, Turkey. The Pink Palace, Corfu, Greece. Hotel 4 Youth, Berlin, Germany. (Image: foilman / Flickr) Filed under: Europe, Turkey, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom

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