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Hostelling in various Italian cites

Please PM me (as I don't want to be accused of spam) any cheap but good hostels in the following cities that you know of:
9 years ago, January 21st 2010 No: 1 Msg: #100556  






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9 years ago, January 21st 2010 No: 2 Msg: #100629  
We wouldnt think you are spamming, but we might suspect those who reply to this thread of spamming, if they are not established members. Threads asking for accomodation names or tour names are particularly prone to receive SPAM. 😊

For Venice, there is a hostel with a view of San Marco. It is on an island. I forget the name of it, but it is where I will be staying next time I am in Venice, because the location is so good. If you stay there, be sure to book in advance. I think such a place would certainly get full a lot. Reply to this

9 years ago, January 22nd 2010 No: 3 Msg: #100834  
B Posts: 83
there is a great hostel in florence, dont remember the name, but there is writing all over the walls on the insde... try to get out to sorrento or amalfi when down near naples Reply to this

9 years ago, January 26th 2010 No: 4 Msg: #101239  
D Posts: 5
Hi, why don't you reach Liguria when you go in Tuscany? Near, there are the famous Cinque Terre. They are wonderful. If you like, I can give you any info. I live in Liguria and I'm a writer and an operator in tourism. so if you want I can give you some info about hotels, restaurants and anything you need. Ciao! Reply to this

9 years ago, January 26th 2010 No: 5 Msg: #101240  
D Posts: 5
Naturally, I give you info for free. Always glad to welcome people in Liguria. It's a beautiful land. There are also 2 areas declared Patrimony of Humanity by Unesco (Cinque Terre is one, and the other is Via Garibaldi). The district of Genoa is one of the oldest in Europe. There are sandy beaches... Reply to this

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