Imperial War Museum in London


If you’re interested in the recent history or want to learn more about the international conflicts such as the World Wars, the Imperial War Museum in London is an interesting visit while you’re staying with us at our Hostel in London.

The Imperial War Museum was created in 1917 during the First World War and pretends to show the visitor the impact that war has in individuals and society. They host numerous documents photographs and videos that show the horror of war, but they also have aircrafts, military vehicles, weapons and other equipment.

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Lisbon is a beautiful Portuguese city with a rich historical past that starts even before the Roman Empire. This cultural heritage is common for most European cities but in Lisbon emerges in magnificent castles, impressive churches and eclectic neighborhoods in a unique and fascinating way.

Lisbon is set on seven hills that give the city distinctive skylight with narrow streets, picturesque architecture and tiny yellow trams. When you walk through the streets of Lisbon you’ll cross incredible buildings, great boulevards and lots of monuments, particularly in the upper districts like Barrio Alto. The Rio Tejo flows through the streets into the Atlanctic Ocean adding splendid bridges to the city. Read more

Stay tuned: A new hostel coming soon!


We are always trying to please our clients and give them the Equity Point experience every time they travel but that’s not possible as long as we don’t have hostels everywhere –but we’d like to-.

We want to solve this problem opening new Equity Point Hostels to allow every traveler to enjoy affordable accommodation with the best quality standards that distinguish Equity Point Hostels.

So, stay tuned because in a few days we’ll have a new Equity Point Hostel. Where will it be?

Portobello Market


Portobello Market fame is known all over the world, being popular equally among Londoners and tourists. It’s located at Portobello Road where you can also find numerous independent shops, but the main attraction is the market which opens six days a week. The most popular market takes place on Saturdays when the antique’s market arises.

In the Portobello Market the merchandises are ordered in areas, so you’ll find an antiques market, a fruit and vegetables market and a flea market. To visit them all you just have to go down the street. But if you’re hungry don’t bother to get to the food area because through the street you’ll find restaurants, cafes and street food stalls that serve delicious food. Read more