• Benvenuti nel piu' grande ostello di Bucarest e della Romania!POSIZIONESiamo nel cuore della citta', solo pochi minuti a piedi dalla maggior parte delle attrazioni e vicini al trasporto pubblico, Piazza Unirii e il distretto pedonale di Lipscani, centro della vita notturna nella citta' vecchia.PUBIl nostro Pub e' dotato di un calcetto, un tavolo da ping pong, jenga gigante e giochi in scatola. Abbiamo birre, vino e liquori locali e d'importazione, oltre che una terrazza esteriore aperta fino alle 23.00.Siamo dotati di un bancomat per Bitcoin ed un bancomat tradizionale.5 connessioni internet vi assicurano di poter rimanere connessi con la vostra famiglia e i vostri amici intorno al mondo.SERVIZIAbbiamo un'ampia scelta di stanze per qualsiasi budget: dormitori piccoli e grandi, doppie con servizi privati, matrimoniali

    Feb 20,
    - by daniele
  • All starts on a long backpacking journey that brought me to Australia, New Zealand and then South East Asia when I was 21 years old. I then got myself to Beijing and taking the Transmongolian  train for a week I got to Moscow. From there to Riga, Ireland and finally back home to Italy. I had mainly stayed in hostels and camp grounds and even if it wasn't my first time in such kind of accommodation I knew that was what I wanted to do once I got back to Europe. I simply felt I had to try it. Most travelers in their early 20`s talk about opening a hostel or a bar abroad, its a nice dream. I like

    Mar 20,
    - by daniele
  • So you’ve traveled all the way to Bucharest and even if your experience has been amazing you still feel the need for a change of scenery we have a secret for you: leaving will be hard... not because of that beauty you met in the club or the friends you left at X Hostel... it`s more about the land transport infrastructure. So get ready for an adventure! TIP: Most trips take loooooooong. Buy some food, bring water and a lot of patience. Buses but especially trains are a great opportunity to see the countryside and to meet other interesting travelers. Never plan too far ahead nor believe the arrival time, just enjoy  the journey; bring a good book or enjoy

    Mar 16,
    - by daniele
  • Being half Irish it is my duty to host a party to prove stereotypes are often true: we drink, we are fun and we can party. See the event on facebook HERE Bring your leprechaun looking friends, wear your greenest outfit and join us for a great night. Jameson Whiskey and Ursus Premium (we don`t have Guinness but it`s bottle is green) wll be discounted for the whole night. We will have Irish drinking songs playing throghout the evening. Bring your instruments and join in! What better way to spend Saint Paddy`s day than  to make new friends and be merry? Remember: we don`t get drunk, we get more Irish!

    Mar 15,
    - by daniele
  • Day trips from Bucharest Brasov and Bran Castle Brasov is a town about 2/3 hours from Bucharest in the heart of Transylvania. The town and the castle are the most popular places to take a day trip to from Bucharest. There is an authentic old town and it's also the place to access the ski resorts. When you're there you can see: The Black Church Rope Street Catherine’s Gate Tampa Mountain Only 30 km away from Brasov is Bran Castle, of the most beautiful castles in Romania, also known as 'Dracula's Castle'. You can get there by city bus or car. Constanta Constanta is a popular resort town on the shores of the Black Sea, and is one of the

    Mar 13,
    - by daniele
  • Bucharest is the ultimate destination for travelers on a budget, as well as being a super affordable city, there are an abundance of things to do, completely free! - Free walking tours With Walkabout Tours you can see centuries of history with a knowledgable local guide. Visit famous churches, see ruins and learn about Bucharest's colourful history in a fascinating 2.5 hour tour. Tours leave every day at 15:00 from Unirii square. - Casa Popolurui (Parliament Palace) Visit the second largest municipal building in the world, and the heaviest building in the world. You can enter the building for a fee, however it is worth the visit just to walk the perimeter and see the sheer size of Nicolae Ceausescu's

    Mar 12,
    - by daniele