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When to book a hostel in Bergamo

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Top tips for finding Bergamo hostel deals

  • If you’re backpacking, touring on a budget or relying on public transport to get around, Bergamo hostels are the way to go when you reach this northern Italian city. You couldn’t do much better than to book at Central Hostel Bg; you can generally walk from there to Bergamo Station in under 10min, and Bergamo Alta Funicular will take about 15min on foot. There’s an on-site restaurant and a lounge with a bar, while vending machines are available, and you can also order a packed lunch to take with you on your daytime explorations – a safety deposit box is provided to store valuables when you’re out.
  • For cost-effective family holidays, Bergamo hostels are also ideal. Look for one that has dedicated amenities for children, to help you relax a bit more yourself. We can recommend Ostello di Bergamo. There’s a large garden for kids to play in and for family picnics, and you can bring your pets with you for a small surcharge. A full laundry service is available, and you can have groceries delivered to prepare meals in the shared kitchen. If the kids get peckish between meals, there are vending machines for snacks and drinks. Storage facilities are available, and you’ll also have the use of a solarium to work on your holiday tan.
  • Another benefit of staying in one of the Bergamo hostels is that they’re often located on the quieter streets of the city, making them suitable for a sedate getaway or a couples’ holiday. For this type of stay, you can choose B&B Le Grazie. You’ll be nicely self-contained, with breakfast ingredients provided for you to self-cater, if you don’t want to take your complimentary breakfast in the dining area. The establishment can also organise food deliveries for you. It’s situated on a quiet street, offering your own private entrance, and there’s an on-site gift shop and one for everyday essentials too.
  • If you’re looking for a cheap hostel in Bergamo, you should consider going during the low season. You’ll generally find lower-priced hostels in Bergamo in September and December.
  • Hostel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll likely find the best hostel deals in Bergamo if you stay on a Saturday. The most expensive day for hostel bookings is Tuesday.
  • If you want to ensure you grab a bargain, try to book more than 90 days before your stay to get the best price for a Bergamo hostel.

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