Oasis Backpackers Hostels in Lisbon
The Oasis Backpackers Hostels in Lisbon is a hostel in the real sense of the word. A hostel should be a hostel. We don’t think that it should be a boutique hotel designed by Philippe Stark. A hostel should be cheap and in the best location of the city, within walking distance of everything worth seeing. A hostel should have staff that goes out of their way for every traveler, not because we want better ratings but because it is what good people do.
Budget Rooms and Dorms in Lisbon, check them out!
At the Oasis Backpackers Hostels in Lisbon we have many types of rooms ranging from 4 to 14 bed dorm for all types of travellers, most of them with their private bathroom. All rooms come standard equipped with comfortable beds, personal electronic safes, linen, blankets, key card access. We also have a budget double room with an ensuite bathroom.
Activities at Oasis Backpackers Hostels Lisbon!
We believe our guests should not only feel what it’s like to stay in a city, but what it is like to actually live in it. Our World Famous staff have put their years of Lisbon street expertise together to create a list of both free(a tip for piri-piri chicken is always welcome) and paid activities and events to give you a true local Lisbon experience. See Lisbon or Die!
Things to do in Lisbon, our Backpackers Guide!
Though its reputation of one of Europe’s more vibrant nigh life, some things can still go understated. Unpretentions and casual with come-as-you-are tendencies,constant pleasure seeking and relaxation, hands with hands with rich history, and stories, Lisbon has plenty to absorb, while offering a break from the frenetic atmosphere from other european destinations.
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Join the fun with our pubcrawls on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday night. We leave the hostel at 23:30 to the first bar for a beer or sangria, then heading off to the next place for some free shots. Finally we move to a club [...]Read more
The ultimate foodie challenge. Accompany our resident chef on a food journey to local specialty shops and the main market. Discover the true flavors of Portuguese ingredients and cuisine. Try a bifana and sample some Portuguese [...]Read more
Museums? Who needs ’em! Let our resident ‘badass’ show you the alternative side of Lisbon’s dynamic art Scene. We’ll cycle around town, showing you the most impressive pieces of street art in Lisbon. At [...]Read more
Nightly feasts of culinary genious Let our local chefs show what’s the best going on in the food scene in Lisbon with our 3 course menu dinner, once voted as one of the top 20 food deals in hostels in the world, by the daily [...]Read more
Come down next to the river and join us for an afternoon of sun at one of Lisbons best green spots for a game of Volleyball! A little competetion never hurt nobody, especially when it involves sun, beers and balls. Put your best game [...]Read more
Meat in your mouth Join us out on the Patio for the best damn barbecue in Lisbon! “All you can eat” buffet of Bifanas(white wine pork sandwiches), burgers, piri-piri chicken, sausages, 3 fresh salads, an assortment of [...]Read more
Add some Nature, Culture, and Gastronomy to your stay in Lisbon! Your stay in Lisbon is going to be everything but boring! If you want to add any extra ingredient to your stay, Lisbon and its surroundings are a giant market with a lot to offer! And Oasis Backpackers Hostel Lisbon is just in the […]Read more
Oasis Backpackers Hostels Lisbon is centrally located, it is very easy to find us!
Just follow directions below and you will be alright.
Remember, you can always call us should you get lost and need some more directions(+351) 213 478 044
How do I get to Oasis Backpackers Hostel…?
from the Train Station (Oriente)
Once at Oriente train station, head downstairs to the metro. Catch the red line towards S. Sebastião. Change to the blue line at S. Sebastião direction Santa Apolonia, and get off at Baixa-Chiado stop. From there, follow the directions above.
from the Lisbon Airport
By Metro: Take the red line towards S. Sebastião. Change to the blue line at S. Sebastião direction Santa Apolonia, and get off at Baixa-Chiado stop. From there, follow the directions above.
By bus: Head out of the airport, in front of the main entrance you will see a bus stop marked by a yellow sign. You can catch the Aerobus 91 for 3.60€. After about 45 mins, get off the bus at Restauradores (Huge pink granite Art Deco building that says Eden Teatro). From that stop, head towards Hotel Avenida Palace. On the corner you will find Rua 1º de Dezembro. Follow that street until it ends then on your left, you see Rua Do Carmo. Follow that street up until you reach Rua Garret. (Large shopping mall on your left called Armazens do Chiado). Take Rua Garret to the right and follow it until you reach Praça Luis de Camoes. There you find the Metro of Baixa Chiado and you can follow the directions above.
*Alternatively you can also take a taxi, which will cost between 10-15€. Always pay only what is on the meter, while most Portuguese taxi drivers are incredibly friendly and honest, there are always a few bad apples
from the Metro Baixa Chiado
Once you arrive to Baixa/chiado metro stop, head upstairs, and you will find two exits. leave through the one marked as Largo do chiado. You will see a building with a sign of Fidelidade mundial. From there, look right and you will see a huge plaza, Praça Luis de Camoes. once there, look for a bank called Caixa Geral de Depositos, and beside it a street named Rua do Loreto. Follow that up. You will know you are heading the right direction if you see a store with a yellow taxi cab sticking out. Continue on Rua do Loreto until you come to Rua Marechal Saldanha on your left. Take a left on this street, also marked by a sign for the Museu fa Farmacia. Follow Rua Marechal Saldanha until you arrive at the Miradouro de Santa Catarina. Look to the right and at the bottom of the hill you will see the big yellow house with a palm tree. That is your Oasis Backpackers Hostel, RUa de Santa Catarina, 24. The main entrance is on the left side of the building.
from the Bus Station (Sete Ríos)
Directly outside the Sete Rios Bus Station is the Metro Station Jadim Zoologico. From there you can catch the Blue Line in the direction Santa Apolonia. Get off at the Baixa / Chiado Stop and Follow direction above.
from the Train Station (Santa Apolonia)
Once you arrive to Santa Apolonia Train Station you can head directly downstairs where you will find a metro station. There you will catch the Blue Line in the direction Amadora Este. Get off at the Baixa/Chiado stop and follow the directions above.
A metro ticket can be bought at the station for around 1.75€. Save your card and you can reload more trips for 1.25€