This hostel is very far from the center and there are no bus at night, you have to take a taxi.
I lived in Spain and I speak Spanish so I don't have problems to understand. The receptionists didn't treat people well and I saw that the people bad treated were the foreigners who doesn't speak Spanish and came here to learn Spanish!!! imagine which kind of welcome that poor boys and girls had from all the receptionists. When I had to go out at night and I asked where we are on the map and the number of the taxi the receptionist said he doesn't know and he started to laugh!! Fortunately the public transport stops at midnight I think and outside people is very kind, so you ask and they help you. The big problem is that in august that part of the city is without shops opened and without public transport at night, but I was lucky that I found two other girls that came back with me by taxi because the receptionistss didn't even gave me a map!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The youth hostel dormitory is located in the heart of the city university within the Campus of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, opposite the University of Valencia, next to the sports facilities of both universities. Galileo Galilei has a communal kitchen for guests. Kitchen is closed during the summer until the 1st of September. It is one of the best locations in the city reported by public transport: From here you can access anywhere via the subway and buses, including a walk you in the city centre or at the beach ... more less
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