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The 10 Best Hostels in Tandil, Argentina

Some of the best backpacker spots in Tandil

Casa Chango Hostel


Casa Chango is located in Tandil, 300 metres from Independencia Square. Free WiFi is provided in common areas and a daily breakfast is served.

All rooms have private or shared bathroom facilities.

Guests can prepare their own meals using the shared kitchen facilities. Hello David? I am Wook,captain wook. I have done long journey for get el calafate. I forgot my camping knife, you can get my knife. It was good stay and lovely breakfast at beautiful house. Please say hello to beautiful receptioner.

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139 reviews

Sierras Vascas


Featuring a garden, BBQ facilities and views of garden, Sierras Vascas is set in Tandil, 2.1 km from The Cascade. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The hostel features family rooms.

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23 reviews

Alojamiento Ecológico Kurache


Boasting views of the hills and fields, Alojamiento Ecológico Kurache offers pet-friendly accommodations in Tandil. Free private parking is available on site.

Featuring crafted designs and eco-friendly architecture, all units come with work desks, private bathroom facilities, bed linens and towels. Alojamiento Ecológico Kurache offers free WiFi throughout the property.

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59 reviews

De Passo


Featuring free WiFi, De Passo offers accommodation in Tandil, 2 km from Del Libertador Hill and 2 km from Del Fuerte Lake. The property is around 2.5 km from City Hall, 3.4 km from Don Quixote's Monument and 3.4 km from Independence Park. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, a shared kitchen and organising tours for guests.

All rooms at the hostel are fitted with a shared bathroom fitted with a shower.

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40 reviews

Hostels. What are they?

Way more than just a cheap place to sleep, hostels are a social way to travel and meet like-minded people. Common areas like shared kitchens or games rooms are great ways to swap tips, tricks and travel stories with backpackers from all over the world.

Hostels have come a long, long way since the first youth hostel opened in 1912. From budget 'crash-pads' to five-star 'poshtels', today, hostels are for everybody, so whether you'd prefer a bed in a shared dorm or your own private room, you'll find most hostels are cheaper than a local hotel and far more fun.

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