Find a hostel in Sweden and save money on discount lodging. Hosteling in Sweden offers a different travel experience than staying at traditional accommodations. Youth hostels allow you to meet new people and learn from other international and worldly travelers. Most hostels are conveniently located in the center of the action close to public transportation, including buses and rails. Staying at a hostel in Sweden is a great option whether you are backpacking or traveling on a budget . Browse our hostels and plan your Sweden vacation today!
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Youth Hostels Stockholm, Sweden - 'Alfa' Hotel positioned only a few minutes from the heart of Stockholm on beautiful island Lidingö .
Youth Hostels Uppsala, Sweden - Recently renovated Hostel in Uppsala's best location, only 50 meters from Central Station and the new Travel Centre
Youth Hostels Stockholm, Sweden - STF Youth Hostel af Chapman & Skeppsholmen is located in Stockholm's city centre on the island Skeppsholmen.
Youth Hostels Gothenburg, Sweden - Welcome to Linne Hostel in Sweden
Youth Hostels Gothenburg, Sweden - Surrounded by greenery, just a 10-minute tram ride from Gothenburg Central Station this hostel offer many
Youth Hostels Gothenburg, Sweden - Family owned hostel in a green area just outside Gothenburg. Direct buses to/from central station and Liseberg amusement park/convention centre. 2-5 bedded rooms with bunkbeds.
Youth Hostels Gothenburg, Sweden - The most centrally situated hostel in Gothenburg. Within walking distance you have Avenyn, Korsvägen, Svenska Mässan, Universeum,
Youth Hostels Gothenburg, Sweden - HI hostel Stigbergsliden is a place for good rest and exciting encounters in the heart of the city.
Youth Hostels Gothenburg, Sweden - St.Jörgens Hotel is a small cosy place located 4 km north of the City. We have 19 rooms devided on 3 single rooms., 13 double rooms and 3 suites.
Youth Hostels Hindas, Sweden - The huge oak tree which grows between the dwelling house and the barn symbolizes the strong life energy of this sun drenched farm steading which dates back to 17th Century.
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