You can often opt for a private room, or even simply a bed in a dormitory. When placing your booking, you should find out what is provided, and what isn't. Most toiletries are not provided, so you have to bring your own soap and tooth paste, or get it from a shop nearby. Some do not even provide mattress, and will charge you extra to provide you a sleeping bag.
Many of the youth hostels require a valid membership card from your local Youth Hostels Association. If you do not have these, one way to find good, budget accommodation is to book online. There are hundreds of hostels and guesthouses that accept online booking.
Budget travelers to Germany can rely upon a widely developed chain of youth hostels, called Jugendherberge, to provide the most basic, no-frills form of accommodation. These can be found throughout the country, from the biggest cities to small towns and holiday resorts. Quite a number occupy historical buildings that are filled with character.
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