Stays Flights Flight + Hotel Car Rentals Attractions Airport Taxis

The 10 Best Hostels in Porto, Portugal

Some of the best backpacker spots in Porto

Filter by:


Review Score

Awesome: 9+ Very Good: 8+ Good: 7+ Pleasant: 6+
Our Top Picks Lowest Price First Star rating and price Top Reviewed

The Passenger Hostel

Sé, Porto

The Passenger Hostel is located in the iconic S. Bento Train Station, within the UNESCO World Heritage area of Porto. It offers private and shared accommodation, a bar and free WiFi access.

Dorm rooms feature a private locker for each guest, a curtain for more privacy, a bedside power socket and an individual light. All rooms have access to shared bathrooms with a shower and a hairdryer. City center area close to attractions, next to train station/metro, very clean with modern facilities and helpfull friendly stuff

Show more Show less
9.5
Exceptional
3,458 reviews

Urban Garden Porto Central Hostel

Porto City Centre , Porto

Urban Garden Porto Central Hostel is located in the Santo Ildefonso district, in Porto, 300 metres from City Market Bolhao and 500 metres from Oporto Coliseum. The property features a 200 m2 garden and also has traditional 19th century stone walls Staff were very accomodating. The room and its toilet are spacious, plenty of space to move around. breakfast pretty great too. its probably the best place to stay in porto.

Show more Show less
9.4
Awesome
1,072 reviews

Yes! Porto Hostel

Porto City Centre , Porto

Yes! Porto Hostel has a shared kitchen, which can be used to prepare meals as well. Every night, a group dinner is prepared and guests can mingle around the dining table and then leave the hostel for a pub crawl. I had a great time at Yes! Porto Hostel! The staff is awesome, they organize everyday family dinner where we ate delicious food and drank beverages as much as we wanted for 10 Euro. I met a lot of amazing people too! The location is awesome, basically in the city center but it is not loud if you want to get some sleep. The beds are comfy and the bathrooms are squeaky clean. Perfect!

Show more Show less
9.2
Awesome
1,338 reviews

Best Guest Porto Hostel

Sé, Porto

Best Guest Porto Hostel is located in a renovated building in the historical centre of Porto, part of the UNESCO World Heritage area. It offers free high-speed WiFi and São Bento metro and train stations are a 1-minute walk. Everything was excellent 👌🏼

Show more Show less
9
Awesome
3,437 reviews

Being Porto Hostel

Porto City Centre , Porto

Being Porto Hostel is located in Porto, 100 metres from Ferreira Borges Market and 200 metres from Palacio da Bolsa. The propety is a short walk from Aliados Avenue, from the Dom Luis I Bridge and from Ribeira, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is really a great place to stay in Porto, the staff is super kind and gives nice advices and we had a double room really cute and comfortable !

Show more Show less
9.1
Awesome
1,809 reviews

Porto Lounge Hostel & Guesthouse

Porto City Centre , Porto

A restored 18th-century building in the historic centre, Porto Lounge Hostel offers free Wi-Fi throughout, and computers with internet access. Most of the modern dormitories and rooms have a balcony.

Aliados Metro Station is 3 minutes’ walking from Porto Lounge Hostel & Guesthouse, and 7 minutes further is São Bento Station, offering direct access to Porto Airport. Ribeira and the wine cellars are a 10-minute walk away. Breakfast was wonderful, beyond my expectations. Homemade fruit salad and pikelets, cold cuts, veggies and everything else you could want for breakfast.

Show more Show less
9.1
Awesome
1,427 reviews

Rivoli Cinema Hostel

Porto City Centre , Porto

This hostel is located in the historical Aliados area in downtown Porto, in a restored 1930’s Art Deco building. It is 300 metres from the Porto Train Station and includes free Wi-Fi for all guests.

The bright rooms at the Rivoli Cinema Hostel have wooden floors and are all individually designed with film-inspired decor. Each has a shared bathroom and a balcony. The location is perfect, the personnel was friendly and really guiding on daily or other travel plans, the rooms and beds are comfortable and the breakfast was great with fresh bread. Thanks for the Rivoli cinema hostel experience. They even have guided tours or nice dinner for the ones who need.

Show more Show less
9.2
Awesome
1,991 reviews

Gallery Hostel & Residences

Porto City Centre , Porto

Set in a 19th-century building, Gallery Hostel offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. It has a 24-hour front desk and a communal kitchen and bar. Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport is 15 minutes’ drive away. Great location, great staff, great building

Show more Show less
9.4
Awesome
1,328 reviews

Hostel One Ribeira

Sé, Porto

Boasting a shared lounge and free WiFi, Hostel One Ribeira is situated in Porto, less than 1 km from Palacio da Bolsa and an 11-minute walk from Ferreira Borges Market. The property is around 1.6 km from Lello Bookshop, 1.6 km from Oporto Coliseum and 1.6 km from Douro River. The accommodation features evening entertainment and a shared kitchen. Everything was awesome! Extremely friendly stuff and atmosphere, wonderful location, ideal cleanliness everywhere...

Show more Show less
9.4
Awesome
281 reviews

Sweet Swell

Bonfim, Porto

Featuring a garden, Sweet Swell in Porto is situated less than 1 km from Oporto Coliseum. The property is around a 13-minute walk from City Market Bolhao, 1.6 km from Lello Bookshop and 1.4 km from Paris Galleries Street. The property is set in the Bonfim district. The staff we re extremely friendly, even when I had a problem in the middle of the night they didn’t refuse to help me. Can’t tell how grateful I am. The place is new and have such a nice yard. It is very well located and very close to the metro station. I totally recommend this place.

Show more Show less
9.5
Exceptional
398 reviews

Hostels – what are they?

Hostels offer so much more than a cheap place to stay – they're also a fun way to travel and meet like-minded people. Common areas like shared kitchens and game rooms give you the chance to swap tips, tricks, and travel stories with backpackers from all over the world.

Hostels have come a long way since the first youth hostel opened back in 1912. Nowadays there's something for everyone, from budget "crash pads" to 5-star "poshtels." Whether you'd prefer a bed in a shared dorm or your own private room, you'll see that most hostels are cheaper than local hotels – and a lot more fun, too!

Most Booked Hostels in Porto This Month

Save money on hostels in Porto – budget options available!

See all

Great access to downtown! Check these hostels in Porto

See all

No credit card needed to book these hostels in Porto!

See all

FAQs about hostels in Porto

Hostels That Guests Love in Porto