What travellers think

Travellers that stayed here think this hostel is best for

  • Volunteering
  • Sightseeing
  • Culture
  • Socialising

Reviews

Just a very good hostel and all motivated for volunteers and our social work experience

93%

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Lena - group of dentists,

Wed 25 Mar 2015

Das Hostelling in Sucre ist der ideal Ausgangspunkt fuer alle sozialen Freiwilligeneinsaetze die man koordiniert mit HI-Bolivia machen kann. Nahe am Bus-Terminal - hat WIFI - gute Kueche und schoener Garten- Terrasse zum auch dann mal abschalten.

93%

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Ricardo-Lorena- Volunteers,

Fri 20 Mar 2015

Un hostel que tiene que te falta, cerca de la Terminal de Buses - bien por nuestro equipaje. Bien con WIFI - en todo los ambientes. Claro después faltan 15 minutos al centro historico.

93%

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DIRK - Volunta-Freiwilliger,

Mon 09 Mar 2015

El hostal no tiene desayuno. Debe pagarse aparte.

63%

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Anibal,

Fri 27 Feb 2015

arriving by bus - just within walking distance Hostel has what you need - including WIFI in all rooms - nice people

93%

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Victoria - German Red Cross,

Mon 16 Feb 2015

... que comodo este HI-hostel si cera de la Terminal de Buses y tiene todo que falta como WIFI hasta en los cuartos, buena gente y lindo jardin

93%

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Janine - DRK volunteers,

Sun 08 Feb 2015

Hostelling Sucre has what you need - W-Lan - member kitchen - nice garden and terrace - next to the Bus Terminal in walking distance - nice on arrival for my luggage - a lit bit far out when walking to the center 20 minutes

93%

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Theo - Marie DRK-Freiwillige,

Fri 23 Jan 2015

just very handy to have the hostel next to the Bus Station and to the indigenous Market - all in walking distance. Nice colonial building - lovely terrace and WIFI in all areas.

93%

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Laurence HORIZON-volunteers,

Wed 21 Jan 2015