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Hostels in Ljubljana
Hostels traditionally offer low price accommodation, perhaps with somewhat Spartan facilities. Often, the sleeping area was in a shared dormitory maybe even with bunk beds and the washing facilities were also common. However, that definition seems to be changing, at least somewhat, and now, perhaps all that differentiates a hostel from a hotel is the price. Indeed, some hostels now offer private rooms with en suite facilities. Traditional hostels still exist, so if you want privacy, check before you book. Hostels can be a fertile ground for meeting other backpackers from all over the world; they tend to attract adventurous types with little money and big appetites for adventure.
The price for hostel accommodation varies with the season and the number of people sharing but seems to range from 15 to 30 € per night. Many of the hostels in Ljubljana have opened up within the last five years. The hostels are spread across the city from central locations, near the train station (Hostel Celica, Metelkova ulica 8; an artistically renovated former prison) to the historic centre of the town (Hostel Alibi, Cankarjevo nabrezje 27) and outlying areas.
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