Hostel chain Traveller, well located in Minsk’s historic centre, is not exactly a chain per se but rather a group of two cozy and rightly-billed as ‘budget’ mini-hotels, Riverside and Trinity. They pride themselves on being a part of the well known Trinity Suburb, one of the most charming places in the city centre, with all tourist attractions close at hand – cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops, bookstores. The two hostels, standing only 20 metres apart, offer their guests comfortable rooms decorated in the traditions of European hostels, with comfy furniture and a free internet (wi-fi) access. The format of a hostel will give you a chance to meet all sorts of interesting people from around the world who have arrived in Minsk in search of new experiences and chosen to put up at the Traveller. The nearest metro station Nyemiga is a 7-minute walk from the mini-hotels, the nearest grocery store just 3 minutes away. If you feel like walking to the Upper Town, it won’t take more than 10 minutes. The train station isn’t far away either, 2 stops by metro to be exact. At a time when every penny counts, the accommodation will cost as little as 15 USD to 18 USD for a bed, besides Traveller has double ‘junior suite’ rooms at 46 USD per room. The hostels often do special offers and have a system of discounts. Recommended!