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Cheap Hostels in Dublin

Dublin is one of the very popular destinations in Europe. The relaxed attitude, the way the locals know how to have fun, combined with the sights and history, make Dublin a place which attracts tourists from all over the world.

Best Areas to Consider

The only problem with Dublin is that it’s not exactly a cheap city to visit. Therefore, the hostels book up really quickly during the high travel season. Do your research well and book the bed in advance. Ideally, you should look for places located close to the city center.

Worth Trying

Some of the top rated hostels in Dublin include:

Globetrotters/The Townhouse is ideally located right by the bus station and train station and close to the Temple Bar. In other words, location is just perfect. The hostel offers free wi-fi, free full Irish breakfast, as well as a lovely garden. It has a kitchen which can be used only after 3 p.m. and the prices are little higher than you’d expect. Off-season, beds start at €15 per night.

>> you can book a bed at this hostel here

Barnacles Temple Bar House is located right by the Temple Bar and the tourist attractions. It offers both dorms and private rooms. There’s central heating and hot showers. Breakfast is included in the bed price and there’s internet access. There’s a kitchen the guests can use. Since the hostels is one of the best rated in Dublin, make sure to book a bed in advance. Off-season rates start at €15 per night per bed.

>> you can book a bed at this hostel here

Dublin International offers free breakfast, free parking and free wi-fi. It’s located within a short walk of the city center. It offers both private rooms and dorms. Off-season rates start at €14 per night per bed.

Also, make sure to read about the Best Party Hostels in Dublin.