Friends hostel

This hostel is nested in the central part of Volgograd, so the only time you’ll have to use public transportation is to get there from the airport, other destinations (even famous Mamaev Kurgan!) are accessible by foot. Thanks to the advantageous location, there are numerous cafes and restaurants around. But if you’re not a big fan of walking, don’t hesitate to rent a car — there’s free public parking right in front of the hostel.

Friends offers accommodation in colorful dorms that are cleaned daily, and range in capacity from one to eight people. Every dorm is equipped with a TV, Wi-Fi, a locker, a fridge and an electric kettle. Moreover, each room includes a private bathroom with a shower (a hairdryer and a set of towels are provided).

They’ve got a modern kitchen with all necessary appliances, crockery, personal lockers and a washing machine at your disposal. Watch TV in the shared living room or relax in the chill-out zone with cushioned furniture and bask in the friendly atmosphere.


17/1 Profsouznaya Ulitsa


from ≈$5 a night



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