Five great cities for history buffs

Guest blogger Anita Dykstra is a travel writer from New Zealand. You can read her great blog on her website. If you’re an absolute lover of history then you’ll adore these five cities around the world. History is what...

Five perfect hostels for Wimbledon 2016

There’s nothing quite like the atmosphere at the Wimbledon Championships in London. Picture this: you’ve spread out a picnic blanket on Henman Hill and are drinking a big glass of Pimm’s, munching on crisps. You’re surrounded by hundreds of other...

City festivals 2016: Dublin

Guest blogger Anita Dykstra is a travel writer from New Zealand. You can read her great blog on her website. The Irish capital of Dublin loves to celebrate in style. As the days get warmer and longer...

Five of Rome’s best museums

Guest blogger Anita Dykstra is a travel writer from New Zealand. You can read her great blog on her website. Rome has played host to some of the most interesting and iconic history in the world and...

Travel for lovers: Prague

by Christine Orford Prague is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, making it a clear choice for romantic weekenders. But maybe you’re a solo traveller—what then, when you find yourself exploring Prague alone? Picture this: you’re hanging out...

What lies beneath: 5 of Europe’s secret underground sights

by Christine Orford At Hostelbookers, we pride ourselves on scratching the surface of cities around the world to find the attractions that you’re going to love. With this guide, you can delve even deeper and explore five European cities from below the...

Five of Paris’s most stunning bridges

by Christine Orford One of the best—and cheapest—things you can do in Paris is walk along the Seine. With so much beauty in the world capital of romance, it’s easy to miss the more practical features of the city. That’s...