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    Germany’s big financial centre, Frankfurt is the most populated city in the German state of Hesse. It’s a beautiful city that glints with steel, glass, and bursting with magnificent sights. The city boasts an abundance of modern architecture, cultural diversity, historic buildings, world-renowned museums and galleries. It is the country's second-largest metropolitan region after the Rhine-Ruhr Region and is often referred to as the ‘gateway to Europe.’ It has one of the busiest airports of Germany and is one of the major financial centres of the European continent with headquarters of numerous financial institutions. 

    University Living, a student housing marketplace helps students going abroad for higher education to book a safe student accommodation from the comfort of their couch. They primarily focuses on Purpose-Built Student Accommodations(PBSA) which are specifically designed for student living. They cater to both domestic and international students and are present in more than 210 cities across the globe. 

    Things to do in Frankfurt
    Frankfurt is a marvelous city dotted with sights like the church that held Germany’s first democratic parliament, the childhood home of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, an entire neighbourhood of museums, and much more. Visit the Frankfurt Cathedral which was built in the 1300s and 1400s in the Gothic style. In the cathedral you can find  the 15th-century fresco of the life of Mary, the 14th-century choir stalls, and the Baroque Assumption Altar. Don’t forget to walk through the quaintest square in the city which is walled by photogenic medieval houses, a historic church and some administrative buildings. Shopping enthusiasts can visit Sachsenhausen, the most fashionable shopping district in the entire city. 

    Student life Frankfurt
    The city offers a great student life with people coming from all over the world and locals welcoming nature will never let you feel homesick. There plenty of places to stay as a student like homestays, private accommodations, university halls, and more. Most of the students opt to stay at private student accommodation Frankfurt as they are pocket-friendly and comes equipped with all the basic and modern amenities. They are also located close to the university as well the city centre which has a great number of fun places to visit, like wine bars and regular pubs. If you’re looking for some socialising head out to Kleine Bockenheimer Straße which has some great jazz clubs. And you don’t have to worry about your safety even if you’re returning at midnight from a party as the city is quite safe.  

    Types of student housing Frankfurt 
    PBSAs are quite popular amongst students visiting Frankfurt for higher studies. These student homes come with an array of room types which you can choose as per your budget and other requirements. Go for a student studio if you needs some extra privacy or else you can opt for en-suite rooms in which you will have a private bedroom but the kitchen and living room is shared. There are student apartments which come with all the modern facilities such as a laundry, bike storage, microwave, dishwasher, TV, and more. The best part about these student homes is that they are located at a walking distance from the university as well as popular hangout zones. The transport is also easily accessible which makes travelling in and around the city an absolute breeze.