Home of one of the world's most famous clubs, FC Barcelona, this city is the capital and largest city of Catalonia. It is one of the biggest metropolises situated on the Mediterranean Sea on the coast between the mouths of two rivers. It is also bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserola mountain range. The city has a rich cultural heritage and is considered an important cultural centre and an important tourist destination. It is also home to the University of Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, EADA Business School, IESE Business School, Pompeu Fabra University, and Ramon Llull University. These world-renowned teaching institutions attract thousands of students every year which makes finding quality student accommodation Barcelona quite difficult.
The universities in Barcelona have limited student hall which cannot accommodate all the registered students, thereby creating a high demand for private student housing in the city. These off-campus alternatives are well-furnished houses in the city centre and are a cut above regular, on-campus housing.
All these student home offer a wide range of room types based on your budget and other requirements – student apartment, student flat, shared and en-suite room, and studios. They also offer plenty of onsite amenities like fully-functional gyms, laundry, games room, communal area, ping pong table, foosball, private study areas, bike racks, courtyard, gourmet kitchen, and more. All these properties are verified by our team and are located within easy walking distance of the city’s top universities to drastically cut down on your travel time. The residences are also extremely well-connected by a strong road network, trains, metro, and trams to the rest of the city, making it quite convenient to explore other exciting neighbourhoods at a moment’s notice! All the properties are situated in popular student areas with plenty of bars, cafes, restaurants, and pubs located at a walking distance.
Barcelona is a beautiful city offering stunning architecture, mouth-watering tapas and cool Mediterranean atmosphere. It is the main cultural centre of Catalonia and is also the central "literary hub" of works produced in the Catalan language. The city offers a thriving live music scene, giving competition to its rival Berlin. You can be a part of the world’s most popular music festivals – Sonar and Primavera Sound, which takes place here each spring. Head to the Boqueria Market, which stands on Las Ramblas to shop for meat, fish, exotic fruit, and rare spices.