Croatian Youth Hostel Association is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation founded back in 1953 in order to promote the hostelling mission in Croatia and encourage young people to explore and appreciate the rich natural and cultural heritage of our country.

01/ 48 29 294, 48 29 296
Savska 5, 10 000 Zagreb


Hostels are meeting places where individual diversity is nurtured among friendly atmosphere, all at a budget price.

Membership and discounts

By becoming a member of the Croatian Youth Hostel Association, you become a member of Hostelling International who can book affordable accommodation in more than 4000 Hostelling International hostels around the world.


HI.euro euro is a membership card of the Croatian Youth Hostel Association, for all young people from 14 to 30 years of age who brings together Hostelling International and the European Youth Card.

European Youth Card

The European Youth Card (EYCA) is a membership card for all young people aged 14 to 30, with which discounts can be made in more than 30 countries across Europe, including Croatia.

HI Group

HI GRUPA is a membership card for all types of groups (schools, universities, travel agencies, sport clubs, NGOs and other groups).


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