Hostels in Belo Horizonte
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Da Orla Pampulha Hostel
Well set in Belo Horizonte, Da Orla Pampulha Hostel offers private and shared accommodation with great value!Read more about Da Orla Pampulha Hostel
Br Hostel has a vast experience in the hospitality sector and a great knowledge of the city, so we capitalise both elements to bring our guests and travellers useful tips to let them enjoy and discover full power Belo Horizonte.Read more about Br Hostel
Hostel Chale Mineiro
Chale Mineiro is the perfect place to stay if you are looking for a great experience and meet new friends.Read more about Hostel Chale Mineiro
Located in downtown Belo Horizonte, BELO HORIZONTE Hostel is the perfect place to stay when you visit BH.Read more about Hostel BH
Rock! and Hostel
Located in the most exclusive area of the capital, 10 minutes walk from Savassi.Read more about Rock! and Hostel
Friends e Hostels
The property is 7 km from Sao Francisco de Assis Church and 3.5 km from Central Market.Read more about Friends e Hostels
Popular points of interest near the hostel include Mineirao Stadium, Casa do Baile, and Pampulha Lagoon.Read more about Woods Hostel
We have 8 Hostels in Belo Horizonte with an average rating of 9.3 based on 520 reviews.
About Belo Horizonte
Belo Horizonte (meaning "beautiful horizon") is a destination for art lovers travelling to Brazil. While much of the city clings to its industrial roots, architects are gradually reshaping whole districts with new cultural spaces. The city was originally named for the imposing mountain chains lining the horizon. However, this name could also describe the modern skyline, which boasts several of Brazil's architectural icons. The city's cosmopolitan streets are also home to a lively mix of arts, concerts and markets.
One Belo Horizonte hostel has an adventure sports theme so your bed could be in a half-pipe or climbing hammock! Maybe you'd prefer the heritage feel of a 1930s mansion, or a central location with a rooftop bar. Most Belo Horizonte hostels have communal areas for socialising and you can spend afternoons round the pool or lounging in the sauna. Free breakfast is common in the city's hostels, as is a guest kitchen. You'll also have the option of female-only dorms and private rooms.
Savassi and Lourdes are the central districts where most visitors hang out. These are the neighbourhoods of glassy high rises, leafy boulevards and plenty of quality museums. A little further north in Centro district you'll find the Mercado Central (central market) and the train station as well as lower priced restaurants and bars. For a more bohemian atmosphere, take a stroll through Belo Horizonte's oldest neighbourhood, Santa Teresa. This off-beat residential district is home to cool bars and independent restaurants.
Circuito Cultural Praça da Liberdade is one of the city's main sights. This cluster of 11 museums and cultural spaces are housed in the elegant former government buildings on Freedom Square. You can also browse over 2,200 stalls at the vast craft market held every Sunday morning on Afonso Pena Avenue. Instituto de Arte Contemporânea Inhotim, west of the city, makes a good day trip: you can stroll round the lakes and gardens which surround the complex of 23 modern art museums.
Tancredo Neves Confins International Airport is a 70-minute bus ride from south of Parque Municipal. The long-distance bus station is north of the centre and has services to São Paulo, Ouro Prêto and Rio de Janeiro among other major cities. The city of Vitória is connected by a daily train from Estação Ferroviária de Belo Horizonte (the main train station). Once you're in Belo Horizonte you'll find the local bus service useful. The MOVE bus network, introduced for the World Cup in 2014, runs on its own lanes, making journey times shorter.