Hostels in Oceanarium, Lisbon, Portugal, Europe

We have 2 Hostels in Oceanarium, Lisbon, Portugal, Europe with an average rating of 7.6 based on 115399 reviews.
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HI Parque das Nações – Pousada de Juventude

Hostel - 7.98km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Covid-19 safe

The HI - Lisbon Parque das Naes Youth Hostel 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...

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Prices from €24

Hotel Vip Arts

Hotel - 7.45km from city centre - Show on map
Free Breakfast
Covid-19 safe

VIP Executive Art's Hotel combines design and advanced technology, comfort and an excellent service, to respond to its customers’ needs of comfort and well-being. This distinct Hotel is strategically located in Parque das Nações, Lisbon's modern business...

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Prices from €48
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

We have 2 Hostels in Lisbon with an average rating of 7.6 based on 115,399 reviews.

About Lisbon

There are so many good reasons to visit Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal, that we were able to create an entire blog post on why everyone is obsessed with Lisbon .
A few of the main ones include amazing weather, street art, luxury hostels, friendly locals and an irresistible snack that goes by the name of “pastel de nata”.

While there are plenty of cheap hostels in Lisbon to choose from, it also has some of the best luxury hostels in Europe. For a little bit extra, you’ll be able to relax on a rooftop terrace, enjoy an alfresco meal with friends and so much more. Some Lisbon hostels offer private rooms if you want the full treatment, or you can also share a dorm room
with like-minded travellers to make the most of the social experience.

If you’re not sure where to stay, here are a few options. There’s the historic centre of Baixa, the winding streets and stunning views from Alfama, or Cais do Sodré,
an area with a seedy past that is now home to cool bars and restaurants, warehouse conversions, and even foodie markets.

Some great places to visit include the Carmo Convent ruins high above the city, which you can reach via the Santa Justa Elevator, a working elevator from the industrial-age.
You could also take a stroll through Rossio Square for a taste of local life, or visit a museum to take in some local culture. In the unlikely event you run out of ideas,
here’s a few more free things to do in Lisbon.

Public transport is a good way to get around Lisbon. Note that you can save money by purchasing pre-paid cards. No visit would be complete without a ride
of the emblematic funicular. And for a completely unique take on the city, how about a parkour tour through Lisbon?