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Debunking the Most Common Hostel Myths

However, you’d be surprised that there are many misconceptions about hostels which often result in people having a negative view towards them.

So we’ve done research and gathered the most common hostel myths so that we can de’bunk’ them! (PUN INTENDED)

Myth #1: Hostels are basic


If there’s one thing for sure, hostels are full of entertainment! Hostels aim to give you that travel experience from the moment you enter their doors.

We’ve got great facilities and travel experts working at our hostels so they’ll have the best advice to give on what to do in the area. After all, what’s not to love about Europe! We work with tour guides to help give you the ultimate experience of the city. They’ll take you to all the best places around.

In our hostels, we’ve also got great bars and events going on! From welcome meetings & cooking classes to beer pong & pub crawls there is something for everyone!

And we’re not in the dark ages, we’ve got TV, computers and kitchens for whatever you need.

Myth #2: Hostels are in non-central locations


The hostels you see in films aren’t really hostels. In reality, hostels are probably only ever spotted in central locations with easy access to all the major attractions. You could literally walk out the doorstep and be able to get to any touristic place in minutes.

We are only located in the major cities in Europe with our hostels carefully chosen to give all our guests the best stay! No one wants to have to travel 30 minutes to get to the main areas.

Myth #3: Hostels are for only young people


Since when did travelling have an age limit? Anyone of any age can travel and anyone of any age can stay in a hostel.

You might think that a hostel is full of people causing havoc but in reality, it’s a place where you are able to meet like-minded travellers and exchange stories.

The best part is that most of the times these meetings lead to long-lasting friendships even after the adventure is over!

Myth #4: Hostels only have bunk beds


If you’re not keen on bunk beds not to worry. Many hostels have both dorm rooms and private rooms for you to choose from. Whilst travelling is about meeting new people and being social it is understandable that at times you need privacy.

Here at Safestay, we have both private rooms, small dorms and large dorms. A wide selection to suit your needs!


What to eat in Pisa, Italy? (#3 is mouth watering!)

With 20 regions, each characterised by their own unique culinary traditions and styles, it would take numerous trips to truly appreciate what there is on offer.

Tuscany, located in the heart of Italy, however, is particularly traditional when it comes to its cuisine, mostly recognisable for its simplicity and freshness… and the bread, we can’t forget about the bread.

In Pisa, you will find a surplus of things to eat such as meat-based dishes, paired with locally grown fruits and vegetables from nearby farmlands and vineyards.

Did you know that Pisa’s wines and olive oil are regarded as some of the best in Tuscany?

My mouth is already watering…

So here is a list of some of the most unique yet rustic foods to help you decide what to eat in Pisa, Italy!

1. Cinghiale – Wild Boar

Pappardelle Cinghiale – Slow cooked Boar lathered in tomatoes and ribbons of pasta, known as the national dish of Tuscany, pappardelle cinghiale is by far the most popular dish within this region.
Did you know that wild boar love of feasting on grapes within the vineyards, adding to the subtle sweetness and tenderness of the meat?

2. Crostini Toscani – Toasted Appetizers

Slices of crunchy bread which is often accompanied with diced chicken liver spread across, almost like an open top sandwich. The perfect appetizer. Don’t be put off however it certainly tastes better than it sounds.

3. Torta co’ bischeri – The Pilgrim Cake

Truly the traditional dessert of Pisa, this pastry-like dessert which is prepared and filled with components such as eggs, chocolate, rice and topped with pine nuts and candied fruits.
Often infused with liquor too… how can you say no?


4. Formagg/Affettatii Misti – Mixed Cheeses/Meat

This one is definitely for the cheese lovers out there,
Or if you prefer the meat version, then opt for the Affettati Misti, with the added selection of local prosciutto, salami and sausages.

5. Eat some Fettunta – the best garlic bread you’ll have!

The people of Tuscany take their bread seriously and fettunta is no exception. A simple sliced of toasted bread dowsed in garlic and locally produced olive oil. A popular starter before to eat in Pisa before any main meal.


6. Trippa Pisana – Pisan Tripe

This one is definitely not for the squeamish. Tripe is the edible stomach lining from a range of farm animals, most commonly the cow.

If this is not for you then not to worry, pizza is very much a thing here is Pisa too.

7. Acquacotta and Sciocco – Soup and Stale bread

Tuscan bread is one of the few places in Italy known to be baked without salt; this tradition has been in place for centuries, due to the high levels of taxation on salt during the middle ages. Unsalted bread is still largely popular staple and a true Tuscan staple in regional cuisine today.

Homely soups made up of chickpeas, wild chicory, potatoes, fresh locally grown tomatoes are often accompanied by Sciocco (stale bread) yes, you heard the last part right.

8. Pisa’s famous Gelato – Italian Style Ice cream

Need I say more… Pisa is scattered with Italian style ice cream shops throughout the city. Known to the Italians as Gelato, you can find this in a wide assortment of flavours, just be sure to try out flavours such as rose and pistachio. Absolutely delicious.


Looking for more things about Pisa? Check out our blog for the top 15 things to do in Pisa!

Written by:

Sara | Girl About Europe

Sara is a York-based travel blogger on a mission to see the world but more importantly to see it differently. You can find all her amazing articles on her blog Girl About Europe


The top 15 things to do in Pisa

Say hello to our New Location – Safestay Pisa!


We are so excited that we have landed in Italy that we want to give you some inspiration to come and visit this great city in Italy.


What better way than to tell you all the great things you can do here!


So we have created a list of all the best things to do in the amazing city of Pisa!


Let’s start off with a classic!


#1 Leaning Tower of Pisa

Location: Piazza del Duomo, 56126 Pisa PI, Italy

This is by far the main reason most people visit Pisa. Whilst it is an amazing structure in its own right the craze comes from how it is able to defy the laws of physics with its noticeable tilt. No wonder it makes our list of the Most Instagrammable Spots in Pisa!


To this date it is still learning and doesn’t worry, measures are made to make sure it doesn’t fall. You can also climb to the top (€18) if you want the best views. 


Time to go get your photo of yourself holding it up!


#2 Piazza del Duomo 

Location: Piazza del Duomo, 56126 Pisa PI, Italy

The leaning tower of Pisa isn’t the only beautiful building. There is also the Cathedral Piazza del Duomo.


You can lie on the grass behind the Duomo for the whole afternoon whether you’re a local or a visitor and watch the world go by. The Cathedral Piazza del Duomo was the biggest in Europe at the time when it was built.  


Entry into the Cathedral is free. If you think the outside is beautiful wait til you see the inside!


Also at the east end of the Piazza del Duomo is the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo. It houses an amazing art collection that will please any art enthusiast. 


#3 Sunset Cafe on Marina di Pisa Beach

Location: Via Litoranea, 40, 56100 Marina di Pisa PI, Italy

Hours: Monday-Thursday 7.00 pm to 2.00 am, Friday-Sunday 7.00 pm to 3.00 am


Marina di Pisa Beach offers the perfect evening getaway. You can enjoy a pleasant meal by the water. It is a great place to relax and take a break from the city.


At Sunset Cafe you can start with your favourite aperitif and one of Sunset Cafe’s delectable appetizers. What’s special about the Sunset Cafe is the atmosphere. Large mats with candles and cushions are spread across the small beach area. Grab a cocktail and watch the stars twinkle above, while listening to the waves roll in.


#4 Mercato delle Vettovaglie

Location: Centre of Pisa

Nothing can beat an Italian Market. Who doesn’t love Italian food!

The Mercato delle Vettovaglie is the main Pisan market. You can grab a lot of snacks and also fresh products sold by the farmers of the Province. There are also stores selling Italian culinary delights and also colourful flowers.

The Vettovaglie’s Market is open daily (except Sunday) from 7 a.m. till 3 p.m., but some sellers stay much later in the afternoon.

We recommend heading to the market and grabbing a few items for a picnic in the afternoon. 


#5 The River Arno


This river is one of the most beautiful rivers in Europe. It is surrounded by some of the best colourful buildings. What is needed is an early morning stroll along this river where you can take in the views and fresh air.


We suggest you start the walk at the heart of the city, the picturesque Garibaldi Square. With plenty of lighting to make your way, witness beautiful views of the earth-tone palazzi on the River’s banks. Conclude your walk at the Santa Maria della Spina which is a beautiful piece of gothic architecture.


#6 Visit the Baptistery of St. John

Location: Next to the Leaning Tower of Pisa

After taking in the gorgeous view of the Leaning Tower of Pisa venture only a few feet to the building next door and you’ll find another masterpiece. TheBaptistery of St. John is located right next to the Tower of Pisa and is in fact slightly taller!

The exterior is highly ornamental with intricately-carved reliefs. Its unusual stacked domes and bronze John the Baptist make it one of the most interesting pieces of architecture in Pisa!

The interior is very plain so it may not be worth battling the crowds to go inside. If you do, it costs €5 EUR.


#7 Visit the other Leaning Tower


We know what you’re thinking. “The other leaning tower??!”


Well believe it or not there is another leaning tower in Pisa. The bell tower of the Saint Michael Church leans is what it is called. It is a building is situated in a beautiful green area, Viale delle Piagge, near the Arno River, which is a 5-minute by walking from the centre of Pisa.


Whilst it doesn’t have the same hype as the leaning tower it is still an impressive structure and usually has no crowds!


#8 Chupiteria: Nothing but Shots!


Location: Lungarno Mediceo, 59, 56127 Pisa PI, Italy

Hours: 9pm – 3am nightly


With over 250 different types of shot drinks, Chupiteria is the first and only place in Pisa completely dedicated to offering only shots.


All of Chupiteria’s shot drinks are presented in a dizzying array of colour combinations. Beautifully layered reds and yellows, stunning explosions of light blue-coloured cloud bursts over darker sapphire hues, are just a few of the drinks you’ll find at Chupiteria.


#9. Enjoy an Aperitivo in Piazza delle Vettovaglie 


There is no need to break the bank with food. Pisa has a lot of restaurants where you can get delicious food for only a few euros.


Piazza delle Vettovaglie is one of those restaurants that the locals know well. And who knows where the best food is? The locals do.


So it only seems right to trust them. It’s a great place for a group of friends as you can get a lot of starters to share


#10 Oak of Witches

Location: Località San Martino in Colle, 55012 Capannori LU, Italy

Don’t worry it isn’t a scary place. Rather it is magical. The Oak of Witches is a 600 YEAR OLD tree located in the Tuscan forest.


As you can imagine growing for 600 years it has become so huge and has a unique distinct shape. It doesn’t grow up but rather outwards. Trust us you can’t miss it.


It has become a National Monument because of this.


#11 Tuttomondo


Location: Via Riccardo Zandonai, 56125 Pisa PI, Italy


If you go to the city centre from the train station you’ll end up in the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.


On the left of this area, you’ll discover one of the hidden gems of Pisa. In Sant’Antonio square, on one of the walls of the church with the same name, there is Keith Haring’s mural called “Tuttomondo”.


It is a beautiful mural of 30 figures which that fit together like a puzzle to help present the theme of peace and harmony in the world.


#12 The Botanic Gardens


Location: Via Luca Ghini, 13, 56126 Pisa PI, Italy


You can get inside one of the world oldest academic botanical gardens which was founded in 1544. Discover three hectares of plants from all over the world, including medicinal plants like foxgloves, aquatic plants, and centuries-old trees, such as a majestic magnolia and ginkgo which was planted at the end of the 1700s.


#13 Experience real music at Borderline Club

Location: Via Giuseppe Vernaccini, 7, 56127 Pisa PI, Italy


Borderline Club is a live concert venue, which was founded in 1996. The desire is to create a locale where people could gather to listen and enjoy great live music.


Enjoy countless varieties of musical performances from blues to jazz, to rock & pop. You’ll certainly be able to experience the party lifestyle here!


#14 Take a day trip to Lucca

Lucca is a beautiful, small city only 25 minutes away by train from Pisa.

This site is filled to the brim with history. Explore the medieval and renaissance buildings, and absorb the city’s atmosphere. Walk or bike along the 16th century fortified walls. This will also be perfect for your Instagram!

There are also over 100 churches!


#15 See the Museo di San Matteo

Location: Piazza San Matteo In Soarta, 2, 56127 Pisa PI, Italy

This is an art and history museum housed inside an astonishing 13th-century Benedictine convent with a special collection of art from the churches of Pisa.

Even though it is quite small, this museum is host to one of the biggest exhibits of Tuscan renaissance art in all of Europe. The collection includes sculptural masterworks by Nicola Pisano and Donatello.

Entry is €5 EUR and it’s open daily (except Mondays).


Ready to go and See Pisa? Well, then you’re in luck! We’ve got a great hostel in the centre of Pisa perfect for all travellers and perfect to venture out into the city!

The Most Instagrammable Spots in Pisa

Pisa is a beautiful city and in the modern day whenever you visit any new city you have to get it straight to the ‘gram.

We’ve compiled a list of the Most Instagrammable Spots in Pisa.

We talk about how to best get your picture to set your pictures apart from the rest!

Just before we start

Check out our the top 15 things to do in Pisa!



How to make friends when solo travelling!

Solo travelling can be exciting and scary at the same time. The aspect of going to a new place and escaping your current environment will fill you with positive vibes but the aspect of meeting new people can be daunting especially if you don’t know where to start.  You know that if you don’t engage with other travellers you’ll miss out on countless fun activities and adventures. Luckily for you, after researching and using some of our natural expertise, we have comprised a list telling you how to make friends when solo travelling


#1 Stay in a Hostel

This one seems like a no brainer and definitely an important tip for making friends when solo travelling!

Hostels are designed to maximise your chances of meeting new people!

Getting a bed in a hostel dorm room will allow you to meet a number of other travellers, some of which might also be solo travelling.

You’ll easily be able to start a conversation as you will all be living in the same area as you. You’ll find that in a matter of a few hours all of you will feel like you’ve been friends forever!

We’ve got some of the best hostel dorms across Europe’s major cities such as London, Barcelona, Madrid, Edinburgh, Prague & Lisbon!

#2 Check out Hostel Bars!

Many hostels come with their own bars that serve great drinks and play great music!


#3 Attend Hostel & City Events

Hostels are also known for hosting a variety of events such as music nights, cooking classes and pub crawls!


You’ll meet so many people from the hostel at these events create the perfect social atmosphere.


External companies also host their own events which bring a variety of people across the city together.


We recommend taking part in both hostel events and external events to maximise your chance of meeting people across the city!


#4 Take advantage of long journeys

When you’re backpacking, you will 100% take a coach at one point during the trip.

This is the perfect place to get a conversation going and help pass the time. You’ll all be venturing to the same destination so there will be lots to talk about.


You can discuss what you’re planning on doing and exchange ideas. You may even decide on something you can all do together!


#5 Learn the ‘Lingo’


Even though you might just get away with using English when you’re travelling it is far better to learn some basic local sentences to make it that bit easier.


It will allow you to connect with people who don’t know much English.


#6 Get an app that lets you meet other travellers.


Technology really is an amazing thing. Nowadays, with a simple few quick messages, you can organise plans with your friends and when you’re travelling it’s exactly the same concept.


There are loads of apps out there that let you meet up with other travellers! We’ll show you our favourite 2!

A) Tourlina

Tourlina is a Women only travel app that lets women meet up with other female travellers.

If you’re looking for a reliable app you can rest assured as Tourlina’s team checks every single new user and only those that are verified can chat to other people.

How does it work?

First, you enter your trip and the dates you are travelling. You will then find and be able to match with different travel companions with mutual interests, destination and travel time. You select a travel companion simply by easily swiping left or right. From there you can chat and plan your trip together once you and your travel companions are matching

B) Backpackr.org

Backpackr is a great way to meet nearby travellers. There are many aspects to the app. You can browse through numerous travellers profiles find likeminded people to meet up. You can instantly message and organise activities together.

There is also a ‘nearby’ section which allows you to see everything going on in your area. You can find some great events that you didn’t know was happening. This leads us on to our next point.


#7 Be Flexible

No, we aren’t talking about the stretching type of flexible.


We are saying to not have everything planned to a strict regime. The best part about travelling solo is being able to do whatever you want, whenever you want.


When you meet other travellers you’ll want to make sure you’re flexible to ensure that any plans you guys make you can commit to!


There you have it. Our best tips on how to make friends when solo travelling! Have we missed any? Let us know via Instagram!

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The Ultimate Travel Tips for Backpackers!

The worst part of any backpacking adventure is the packing. Do you feel like you don’t know where to even start and not sure whether you are taking too much or too little or even the right things? Lucky for you, we have compiled a list of the Ultimate Travel Tips for Backpackers!


Let’s start off with the most important tip

#1 Download Offline Maps as soon as you get WiFi


You don’t want to get lost when you’re in another country so make sure you have all the necessary resources. We’ve got a few tips:


– As soon as you get any source of Wi-Fi head over to Google Maps so that it can download the maps.

This will then be stored on your phone even when you don’t have internet.


– Download What3Words.

This is a revolutionary app that helps make talking about your location simple!

What3Words divides the whole word into separate 3mx3m squares and assigns each of these squares a 3-word code.

So if you ever get lost or separated from your friends you can exactly pinpoint where you are (or where your friends are) using the 3-word code.


– Another tip is to recognise landmarks when you’re walking. The simplest thing to do is to keep an eye out for things.

Anything that stands out that is near where you are staying will make it easier to recognise where you are.

Also, locals are more likely to recognise popular landmarks and give you directions to them rather than places they’ve never heard of.

#2 Don’t pack your whole wardrobe

Whilst it might be nice to have a wide range of your favourite clothes with you so you can have a choice of what to wear, it’s not smart to bring loads of clothes when you backpack. That’s why it has made our list of the Ultimate Travel Tips for Backpackers.


You will get very annoyed if you have to drag all of these clothes with you everywhere you go so here are a few tips on how to choose only the essentials


It’s also important to pack for the weather so make sure you look at the weather forecast before you travel.


You want to make sure you pack clothes that are:

  • Light (try to avoid thick raincoats and go for those thin ones that fold up into the size of a CD)
  • Simple and plain so that they can match with several outfits
  • Suitable for multiple occasions (dinner, parties etc)

Check out this video on how to pack like a pro!

Speaking of clothes this leads us on to our next point!


#3 Don’t buy the biggest backpack available

Even though it might seem wise to buy a big bag, this will only lead to you packing more than you need and eventually you’ll have more with you on your backpacking adventure than you do at home.


So buy an average size, one that isn’t too small and not too big. A bag around 40-50 litres should be perfect.


For more information on the best backpacks click here.


#4 Set a Budget!

It’s important to make sure you stick to a budget firstly as it’s good practice for life and secondly so that you don’t end up broke.
However, you don’t need to be stuck onto it as you might encounter spontaneous events whilst your midway through your holiday that you would like to go to.


So try to have a budget range that way you can be flexible but also strict at the same time.


We also recommend getting a Monzo Card. This is the perfect card for any travellers. You can simply have all your money on this card and use it to pay for stuff without facing the consequences and any International fee charges. You simply pay what the exchange rate is at the time of purchase.


#5. Ask Locals for ideas on what to do!

That’s right, no one will know the city better than its own locals.

Yes, whilst you can find lots of cool things to do on the internet, locals will be able to give you an insight into all the hidden gems that don’t exist on the internet.


By hidden gems, we mean places that not many people know about.


People are usually friendly and will always be happy to help (providing that you ask in a nice way!)

If you’re planning on staying at a hostel be sure to check us out. We have 12 locations all over Europe!

Our team members at our hostels are consist of locals to the area! They will definitely have the best ideas on what to do!


#6. Bring some things to keep you entertained

When you’re a backpacker you should expect to be travelling for long hours every day which can get quite boring.


So to keep yourself entertained and to help make the journey go quick look to bring some small items with you.


A classic is a deck of cards! There are 100’s of games you can play with cards and is always a good way to break the ice if your travelling alone! You can also bring a book or a crossword puzzle book.


#7. Take care of your health 


Even though you might say you never get sick, when you’re on a backpacking adventure you are likely to get sick if you don’t look after yourself.


So make sure to pack all the essential medicines with you so that you have easy access to them whenever you need. Take everything such as painkillers, soothers, plasters & electrolyte tablets.


Also, you don’t have to take medicine to stay healthy. Make sure you get a good amount of fruit in your diet when travelling. The natural vitamins will help keep your immune system in check.


#8. Research, research & research

Research is key before you make any travel plans. You want to make sure that you’re travelling to a place that you will enjoy and also feel comfortable in.

Make a list of all the things YOU want to do while you’re travelling. Whatever your interest is be sure to match that while you travel.

If you’re stuck on ideas have a look into the common things that other travellers do in that city to spark some interest.

Read up on travel blogs as they often give very good advice! In fact, we’ve got some great travel blogs on our [E]xplorer Blog. Be sure to check it out.

Also whilst it’s good to know about the popular tourist destinations it is also important to research the culture.

Different places have different rules, some that you might not think even exists. You don’t want to unintentionally offend someone so be sure to research this aspect as well.


#9. Carry Plastic Bags

You are bound to either have a wet swimming costume or dirty clothes while you travel and it would be wise not to mix these with your fresh and dry clothes.

So carrying bags to separate these is a perfect idea.

You can also use plastic bags to keep your clothes categorised making it even easier to find certain items.


#10. See what you can share

This only really applies to people backpacking in groups.


You don’t want to each be bringing the same item on your trip. Get in pairs and speak about things you can share. Things such as shampoo and shower gel can be easy things to share which will also save you space in your bag.


There are obviously some things that you can’t share but with enough planning, you can save a lot of space!


Even if you run out of the things you have shared you can always purchase many branded items in local supermarkets, sometimes even for cheaper than back home!


There you have it, our list of the Ultimate Travel Tips for Backpackers is complete! Hopefully, this has given you a good insight into what you can do to make your backpack trip a lot easier.


Have we missed any? Have you got another tip? Be sure to let us know via Instagram!



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