Youth Centre Hostel operates in the attic part of the Youth Centre Krško building and is located in the centre of the town. The hostel has 28 beds on its disposal which makes it a great place to stay whether you are travelling alone or in a group. Guests of the hostel will also have on their disposal: a sanitary facility, a bathroom with shower, adequate size kitchen with all the utilities, a living space with TV and a free internet access. All rooms are air-conditioned. The building is wheelchair accessible and is equipped with a lift.
The rooms are available for hosting different trainings and seminars by various societies, companies and organizations. Food and drinks can also be provided if requested in advance. The renewed area of the hostel offers you the use of: a multimedia studio equipped for audio and video production, a musical workroom equipped with the basic musical equipment, a multi-purpose hall equipped with a stage and all the audio equipment, and contemporary decorated conference rooms.
Krško has a rich history, as the fate and life of many important personalities have intertwined in its territory. Even today, in the renovated old town centre and the new part of the Krško building, its cultural and historical buildings and stories speak of the rich life and achievements of the past. Prominent cultural sites, which distinctly co-shape the townscapa, are the Valvasor Library Krško, Krško City Museum, Mencinger House, the monastery complex with a church and five churches in the old part of the town. Two more churches can be found on the left bank of the Sava River. The diversity of the landscape is suitable for relaxation or activities. There are many possibilities for cycling, running or hiking. Also, there are many sports events, speedway races, horse races, handball and basketball matches, cycling marathons. Hiking and biking trails suitable allow active recreation. Fishing on a pond in Mačkovci near Brestanica is a unique experience. The landscape and its relief are also favorable for the development of agricultural and tourist activities. The good hands of the locals turned the hills of to fertile orchards and vineyards where they produce the autochthonous wine ‘Cviček’. In the picturesque landscape between Bohor and Gorjanci, the present is intertwined and complemented with the heritage of the long past centuries. This is the world in small, which, despite all the events, managed to keep its former authenticity.