Hostel Dostoevsky

Address: Inskaya 56 - 8, Novosibirsk, Siberia, 630102, Russian Federation | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located on Inskaya 56 - 8, Novosibirsk, is near Novosibirsk Zoo, State Academy Opera and Ballet Theatre, Taltsy Museum, and Novosibirsk Regional Studies Museum.
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  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette

TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Dostoevsky Novosibirsk

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Novosibirsk

Day 4 and day 5 of trans Siberia

A travel blog entry by guytang on Mar 01, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... but I hope he didn't. I must admit that I did have some reservation that this might bore me to death or I might be stuck with some not so nice people but it was ok. I like the solitude of my cabin and had loads of fun at dinner time and station stops. I brought 2 magazines and a book with me to keep me occupied, but only managed to get through the magazines and didn't even start the ...

Travelling with services

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 23, 2013

4 photos

... to the train I wandered along a few carriages then hopped on. I think the chat with the attendant went; "I'm on (signal with hands) 10" "I can get on here?" The last transmitted by a simple 'da'. The supermarket seemed to be more popular with westerners, proportionally, than Russians. About 20 people made it in, at least 4 were western, yet there aren't 20% westerners on the train (get me, making a point using a fancy word like 'proportionally' and ...


A travel blog entry by rdesjardins on Jul 17, 2012

1 photo

Met Peter and Olga at Tinkoff brew house on Lenina St. The brews were okay, but nothing memorable. Olga P. came to join us. Had salad of creamy shrimp wrapped in smoked salmon, then a platter of sausages for the group. German type food, so after a few bites I had enough. We all left, Olga P on her own and we took a taxi to Peter and Olga house. Talked, ate, drank more beer. Walked back to Abiamka's all together, said goodbye to Peter and Olga; good ...

Ultimate, hearth warming, Russian hospitality!

A travel blog entry by herriejeroenski on Jun 26, 2012

3 comments, 27 photos


Before we started our travel through Russia, I had a vision in mind about the ultimate Russian hospitality.
I imagined that Jeroen and I, while exploring the Russian countryside, would walk into a small village. At the side of the road, on a rotten wooden bench would sit an old, grey haired Russian man. With a toothless smile, he would invite us to sit with him and to drink with him his bottle of vodka..

Truth ...

Trans-Siberian Railway

A travel blog entry by sibiryachka on Aug 17, 2011

2 comments, 28 photos

... the window together. He is from Nizhny Novgorod and will be on the train with me almost for the rest of the trip. He gave me a souvenir from Omsk, where he spent his vacation, and since I didn’t have any American souvenirs with me I gave him an American dollar. He thought that was cool. Then I went to the bottom bunk and ate breakfast with Sergei and his mom. I had my own food (salami and cheese sandwiches and cucumbers) but Sergei’s mom, Larissa, ...