LONDON -A unique new hostel brings a whole new meaning to a prison ‘break’.
The former military prison, built in 1883, is located in Ljubljana, Slovenia and has been converted into a quirky youth hostel.
There are 20 cells which guests can stay in and each is completely unique in its design.
In addition to the cells there are eight rooms which travelers can stay in plus a disabled room, and rates start from just £25 a night in a shared room.
The hostel, called Hostel Celica, was established in 2003 by the Student Organisation of Ljubljana and has been designed to be bright and fun- a world away from the prison’s former grey decor.
The historic building took two years to convert into the unusual hostel it is today, which boasts its own art gallery for travelers to browse.