There are plenty of reasons to fall in love with Lisbon. This colorful Portuguese capital city is perfect for nature-loving tourists and budget-conscious travelers alike, offering a mix of history, culture, scenic sights, and delicious food. Discover Lisbon as a solo traveler or with fellow companions while meeting new faces at a local hostel. Heading to Lisbon? Then be sure to check out these hostels are some of the best in the city, offering value and comfort for all travelers!

10 Terrace Lisbon Hostel

Located in Bairro do Restelo, the Terrace Lisbon Hostel sits further west of Lisbon within Belém. Perfect for families, this hostel is close to Belém Station, as well as iconic attractions like the Jerónimos Monastery and the Tower of Belém. Additionally, foodies may also want to book a few nights at the Terrace Lisbon Hostel since it’s only steps away from the Pasteis de Belém, Lisbon’s famous bakery known for its legendary (and original) pastel de nata!

9 Sant Jordi Hostels Lisbon

Thanks to the Sant Jordi Hostels in Lisbon, traveling with friends can be cozy, enjoyable, and memorable. This stunning hostel combines modern decor with elements from traditional Portuguese design. This designer hostel comes equipped with a garden, a chic bar, and terraces that offer incredible views of Lisbon! There are also many dining options and local boutiques to enjoy near the hostel while being close to the iconic Castelo de São Jorge.

8 Be Lisbon Hostel Intendente

Have only a couple of days to spare in Lisbon? Then be at the heart of it all and stay at the Be Lisbon Hostel Intendente! This friendly hostel comes with nifty amenities (including 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi, soundproof rooms, and included breakfast) while being close to the attractions like the Castelo de São Jorge, Ulysses Tower, Jardim do Torel, Praça Duque de Saldanha, and much more. Be Lisbon is also close to the Saldanha Underground Station, making it an ideal spot for take-off to future adventures!

7 Green Heart Hostel

The Green Heart Hostel was designed for the young traveler in mind. Fall in love with Lisbon while staying at this hip hostel, offering amenities like free luggage service, 24-hour reception, airport transfers, multilingual staff, and free Wi-Fi. Plus, the Green Heart Hostel goes that extra mile to ensure guests enjoy their stay in Lisbon, providing free walking tours and excursions to local (and nearby) attractions like the Sintra palaces or Cascais!

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6 Liberty Hostel Lisbon

Liberty Hostel Lisbon offers a host of amenities, like 24-hour front desks and free Wi-Fi. Offering a range of family-style rooms or stays with gorgeous city views, Liberty Hostel Lisbon is perfect for families or budget-friendly solo travelers. Plus, situated in Lisbon’s uptown area, it’s only a short distance away from Lisbon’s iconic attractions. Travelers only need to take a short drive (or walk) to see attractions like Rossio Square, Liberty Avenue, Lisbon Cathedral, Lisbon’s Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden, and much more!

5 Party Zone Hostel Bairro Alto

Stay in the heart of Lisbon’s historic neighborhood of Bairro Alto by booking a few nights at Party Zone Hostel. This adults-only hostel is a great option for energetic couples, traveling friends, and friendly solo travelers visiting Portugal’s colorful city. Meet fellow hostel mates while at the center of Lisbon’s bustling bars, boutiques, and many awesome restaurants.

4 WOT New Lisbon

WOT New Lisbon matches the colorful Portuguese city with chic digs and a friendly atmosphere to boot. Located in the heart of Lisbon, this lively hostel is not only close to the city’s historical attractions, it has some pretty epic amenities, too; WOT New Lisbon has a ball pit, game room, a 24-hour business center, and a spacey rooftop terrace, offering stunning views of the city!

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3 Hostel Petit Lusa

Hostel Petit Lusa is an excellent option for traveling families or friends. Located in Lisbon’s oldest neighborhood of, Alfama, this colorful hostel is close to local museums, including the Fado Museum, the Museum of Decorative Arts, and the Military Museum of Lisbon. Plus, the hostel is only an eight-minute walk from the Santa Apolonia Metro Station, making it an ideal central location for day trips around the city.

2 Bluesocks Hostels Lisbon

Travelers can spot the Bluesocks Hostel Lisbon from a mile away, as this 7-story hostel emanates a cool blue glow at night. Located in Lisbon’s Santo António neighborhood, this chic hostel combines modern furnishings with traditional Portuguese living. Recognized by the Turismo de Portugal for being “Clean & Safe”, Bluesocks Hostels Lisbon offers a range of shared stays, private rooms, and spacious suites for all travelers. Additionally, this hostel is also blessed with a rooftop bar!

1 Lisbon Poets Hostel

Combining the convenience of a hostel with the comforts of a hotel, the Lisbon Poets Hostel offers a cozy stay for solo travelers or traveling couples. Located in the heart of the city in the Penha de Franca district, this dazzling hostel lies in an area popular among local artists. Plus, the Lisbon Poets Hostel is nearby Lisbon’s historical sights of Chiado and the city’s unique shops, bars, and restaurants. What’s more, the rooms in this hostel are uniquely adorned with furnishings and decor designed by local artists!