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Accomodation in Prague and Budapest

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1. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 12y

Me and two friends are going to Prague and Budapest in June/July and I was wondering if anyone knew of good hostels to stay at. Also if there are any must see sights there. All ideas are welcome.

2. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 12y

my favourite Prague hostel is Tyn Hostel - 21 Tynska Ulica, just behind the Tyn Church (on the east side of the Old Town Square).
It's a high season - so book in advance.

In Old Town you have: Old Town Hall (30Kc) and Tower (30kc), St Nicolaus Church, Tyn Church, National Museum (40Kc), Clementinum - national library + astronomical tower.

3. Posted by Beata3 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 12y

Hi there.
We stayed in Strawberry Hostel on Raday utca, it was about 15 dollars/night/person.
As for practical info, attractions, restaurants and the like you can visit

4. Posted by jojojo676 (Inactive 18 posts) 12y


Sir Tobys Hostel

Its the best hostel ive stayed in Europe
Youll love it



5. Posted by Rraven (Travel Guru 5924 posts) 12y

I agree with hrishabh - Sir Tobys is brilliant, the place itself is really clean, the staff are friendly and helpful....

6. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 12y

We're thinking of going with Sir Tobys. Thank you for your help.

7. Posted by SKR (Full Member 47 posts) 12y

In Budapest 8 friends and I stayed at The Marco Polo Hostel for about 4 nights. It was comfortable, easy to find and fairly convenient to walk to the sights. It has a slightly-less-than-swanky 24 hour pub attached as well, which puts on some fairly random live music nights...however this comes in handy when the rest of Budapests nightlife shuts down (which we found it did pretty early). However at about 30USD per person per night (with three to a room) you might be better checking Strawberry Hostel first.


8. Posted by SKR (Full Member 47 posts) 12y

Oh, one more I said my friends and I found the nightlife in Budapest shut down early. We did find some later closing bars, but generally things started to slow down by midnight. However one place that stayed open until about 3am was The Old Man's not exactly your most sophisticated establishment, but at least it was lively.