The Youth Hostel at Parque das Nações was built in 1998 to host young people from all over the globe who came to visit Expo 98
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The youth hostel
at Parque das Naï¿½ï¿½es was built in 1998 to host young people from all over the globe who came to visit Expo 98. With the renovation of the east side of town, a whole range of facilities were created, much to the satisfaction of Lisbon's inhabitants. Young people were absolutely thrilled with the new possibility of having huge concerts in Pavilhï¿½o Atlï¿½ntico, visiting the theme pavilions and Lisbon's Oceanarium, or even going bowling. This is the Lisbon of the future, organized and lively. Obviously, it had to have a Youth Hostel.
Breakfast included in price.
Hostelling International membership card is required. Portuguese can buy it directly at any hostel. Foreigners should buy it in their home countries otherwise a supplement of 2ï¿½ per night/per person will be charged to non-members.
This hostel accommodates 92 guests in a choice of 10 twin ensuite rooms (2 suitable for wheelchair users) and 18 four-bedded dorms.
From Lisbon International Airport:
- by Taxi (price from 8,00€ to 11,00€)
- by Bus nr 44 (direction Moscavide)
From Oriente Station
- on foot 1,3 km (direction North)
- by train, take a train to Moscavide Station (the best way)
- by bus nr. 5, 10, 25 and 44.
GPS - 38°46'40.87'N/9°5'53.66'W
Breakfast Included, Restaurant, Internet Access, Wheelchair Friendly, Linen Included, Bar, Security Lockers, Luggage Storage, Telephone/Fax Facilities, 24 hour reception, Common Room, Lift / Elevator, Free Carpark, 24 Hour Check In, Meeting Facilities
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