Tourist accommodations are spread throughout the city. Montevideo hostels are primarily found in the Ciudad Vieja, the nucleus of Montevideoâ€™s nightlife and the hub for most short-term travelers. Ciudad Vieja is a good bet as it is also home to most of the cityâ€™s more important museums and historic landmarks. The Mercado del Puerto and Palacio Salvo are within walking distance from any part of the neighborhood. One hostel popular with many travelers due to its prime location and clean, comfortable rooms is the Red Hostel. Montevideo also has options in other neighborhoods, with most of the good mid-range hotels located in Pocitos, which is quieter and more relaxed. However, for travelers only staying a day or two it is probably not worth the extra travel time it takes to get from the north to the cityâ€™s main tourist attractions.