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UNICO Eco Hostel Boutique

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0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
8.7
Fabulous 56
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Welcome to UNICO Eco Hostel Boutique! We are located in the city center, just one block from the bus station and 3 blocks from the train station.... More...

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La Plata Hostel

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1.1km from city centre - Show on Map
9.0
Superb 23
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

We are located a couple of blocks away from the Cathedral, the heart of the city... More...

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La Plata Hostel El Pampa

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1.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.4
Very good 1
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

La Plata Hostel El Pampa has everything you need to visit la Plata... More...

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Ey Mochila!

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
Free WiFi

Ey Mochila will aid you to explore and discover La Plata, Argentina and the World.... More...

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El Intercultural Hostel

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0km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Welcome to El Intercultural Hostel - the best located Hostel in La Plata.... More...

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Bohemia Hostel

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0.6km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
0
Free WiFi

Bohemia Hostel is located where the imposing Cathedral of La Plata is located, we are also very close to the main shopping and gastronomic corridors.... More...

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Step inside a diagonal maze in Argentina’s first planned city, La Plata. Built on a structured grid system, it’s packed with far-reaching streets, leafy green plazas and grand 19th-century buildings. The little sister to Buenos Aires, the city offers travellers a slower pace and time to take in the Latin American culture. There’s a fun side to the city too, with opportunities to party with the university crowd and discover the craft beer scene. 

Stay in a La Plata hostel to be within walking distance of the main attractions and the city’s central plaza. You can stay in contemporary hostels with air con and free Wi-Fi, or in the city’s historic buildings where original features like mosaic floors and shuttered balconies add to their charm. Some hostels in La Plata come with facilities like a solarium and a gym – ideal if you have a couple of hours free one morning. You'll also find places with a free breakfast and self-catering options. 

La Plata is divided into North/South and East/West districts separated by diagonal streets. In the city centre is Plaza Moreno, the main square. At every six roads, there's an avenue (avenida) which eventually comes to a squared plaza. In each area, you’ll find the city’s attractions, as well as shops and bars. To the east of the centre is the green capital of the city, El Bosque, where there are gardens and mini forests to explore. Most of the nightlife is based around the north.

You'll find different areas to explore in La Plata and thanks to its formulated layout, it's easy to navigate. The best place to start is at the city’s centre, Plaza Moreno, which sits opposite the neo-Gothic Catedral De La Plata, the largest in Argentina. From here, the natural history museum, Museo de La Plata, is a 30-minute walk away. If you're here at the weekend, you can visit local markets selling Argentine handicrafts and textiles in Plaza Italia. By night, check out some of the local bars for different varieties of beer and on-site breweries. 

You can reach La Plata by bus: from Buenos Aires, the journey will take roughly an hour and a half. There are also trains from the capital which take about 2 hours. Most places are easy to get to by foot when you’re in town, but if you’re short on time you can always hail a taxi or hop on the bus. 

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We have 6 hostels in La Plata with an average rating of 7.7 based on 35 reviews 6 of 6 properties available in La Plata

About La Plata

Step inside a diagonal maze in Argentina’s first planned city, La Plata. Built on a structured grid system, it’s packed with far-reaching streets, leafy green plazas and grand 19th-century buildings. The little sister to Buenos Aires, the city offers travellers a slower pace and time to take in the Latin American culture. There’s a fun side to the city too, with opportunities to party with the university crowd and discover the craft beer scene. 

Stay in a La Plata hostel to be within walking distance of the main attractions and the city’s central plaza. You can stay in contemporary hostels with air con and free Wi-Fi, or in the city’s historic buildings where original features like mosaic floors and shuttered balconies add to their charm. Some hostels in La Plata come with facilities like a solarium and a gym – ideal if you have a couple of hours free one morning. You'll also find places with a free breakfast and self-catering options. 

La Plata is divided into North/South and East/West districts separated by diagonal streets. In the city centre is Plaza Moreno, the main square. At every six roads, there's an avenue (avenida) which eventually comes to a squared plaza. In each area, you’ll find the city’s attractions, as well as shops and bars. To the east of the centre is the green capital of the city, El Bosque, where there are gardens and mini forests to explore. Most of the nightlife is based around the north.

You'll find different areas to explore in La Plata and thanks to its formulated layout, it's easy to navigate. The best place to start is at the city’s centre, Plaza Moreno, which sits opposite the neo-Gothic Catedral De La Plata, the largest in Argentina. From here, the natural history museum, Museo de La Plata, is a 30-minute walk away. If you're here at the weekend, you can visit local markets selling Argentine handicrafts and textiles in Plaza Italia. By night, check out some of the local bars for different varieties of beer and on-site breweries. 

You can reach La Plata by bus: from Buenos Aires, the journey will take roughly an hour and a half. There are also trains from the capital which take about 2 hours. Most places are easy to get to by foot when you’re in town, but if you’re short on time you can always hail a taxi or hop on the bus.