Though cheaper than in Western Europe, accommodation in Estonia will still take a large chunk out of most budgets. Tallinn has a vibrant hostel scene, though outside of the capital, some hostels are just student dorms converted for the summer. Beds cost €15–20 per person. Youth hostels aside, booking a private room is often the cheapest option (€18–25/person). This can be arranged through tourist offices or private agencies. There are also plain guesthouse or pension rooms for €30–40 per person including breakfast, though the cheapest of these are not always centrally located.
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