Nice place close downtown. Stefano, the owner, is a nice guy full of good information and there are two very cute cats.
Nice place very close to the train station. It's more a hotel than a hostel, the dorm is basically a hotel room with multiple beds (and a private bathroom), but there is a kitchen that you can use and a dining room that can serve as a common room. The owner (or manager maybe) speaks English and is willing to help. He will handle the registration process if you ask him. On the negative side, the room I was in had its windows over 28 May street which is a very busy street.
There is a nice atmosphere at the hostel and the owners have a lot of good information.
The hostel was built in 1976 and it looks like it has not been renovated since. You have to pay 3 Euros to use the Wifi and you also apparently have to pay to use the kitchen.
Very big hostel which seems intended more for schools than for individual travelers. On the good side, there is a canteen with cheap and good food. On the negative side, there is no kitchen where you could cook your own food.
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