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Refuge for young tourists in search of simplicity and lightness, hostels are now one of the most widespread tourist facilities in Europe and the world.

Perhaps because of a new “adult” tourism, which prefers simplicity to 100% comfort. Here are the 10 most curious of Europe.

Sleeperzzz – Rogart (Scotland)

The 7 most curious hostels in Europe
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A beautiful village in the Scottish Highlands, Rogat hosts this unique hostel… inside a train! In Stockholm you sleep on a plane; why not sleep on a train without moving away.

Yes, the old coaches of a local train have been completely renovated and converted into a hostel. The beds are placed both in the wagons and in the front of the locomotive… the windows, needless to say, give on a breathtaking nature.

Arkabrarka Hostel – Belgrade

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A must for those who love particular and unique places: the Arkabarka, in fact, it is a floating hostel. Completely built in wood, with beautiful cozy rooms and windows overlooking the water, Arkabarka is located on the banks of the Danube, in one of the most beautiful city parks of Belgrade. To have breakfast, a splendid floating terrace, surrounded by the relaxing chirping of the park.

Destination Hostel – Rossio Lisbon

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That is the old Arab-style station, completely renovated, in the heart of the city. The rooms are beautiful and comfortable, but the garden is spectacular, inside a glass dome, having to relax on hammocks surrounded by greenery or on huge pillows strategically positioned to allow relaxation and comfort.

Hostel Celica Art – Ljubljana

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Very originally, this hostel was made from the recovery of an old city prison. Renovated with the help of as many as 80 local artists, the hostel offers hospitality in 20 rooms, all different from each other, with decorations and furnishings ranging from mosaic to wooden decorations, to the most advanced facilities.

Lucky Lake – Amsterdam

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Just outside the city: caravans and bungalows dot the large lawn on the shores of Lake Vinkveen. The caravans serve as common areas (including a cinema) and a breakfast room, while the bungalows can accommodate from one to four people.

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