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Nido El Porvenir, Seville
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Nido El Porvenir, Seville

C. Plácido Fernández Viagas, Sevilla, 41013, Spain
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About the Property

Located in the lively vicinity of Seville, Nido El Porvenir offers prime accommodation near the University of Seville and Quiero Dulce University. Its strategic location ensures convenience for students. Choose from various room options including studios and premium rooms, catering to diverse preferences. With a focus on comfort and functionality, each space is thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of modern living. Residents can enjoy a seamless blend of community living and personal space. With its strategic location and diverse room choices, this Serville student accommodation promises a dynamic lifestyle tailored to student needs. Experience urban living at its finest in the center of Seville.

In the bustling city of Seville lies Nido El Porvenir, a haven for students seeking comfort and convenience. Situated amidst a dynamic urban landscape, this accommodation stands out for its proximity to key areas vital for student life. Firstly, just a stone's throw away is the renowned Seville University, making it an ideal choice for students looking to immerse themselves in academic pursuits without the hassle of long commutes. Additionally, the vibrant nightlife of Seville awaits students, with popular bars and clubs such as La Fiesta and Café de la Noche located within walking distance, ensuring that evenings are never dull. For those craving a taste of culture and history, the historic center of Seville is within easy reach. It offers attractions like the iconic Seville Cathedral and the Royal Alcázar of Seville. Furthermore, the picturesque Guadalquivir River promenade provides the perfect setting for strolls or relaxing picnics.

What sets Nido El Porvenir apart from other accommodations is its dedication to fostering a supportive community atmosphere. With modern facilities, spacious living areas, and regular social events, residents are not just tenants but members of a thriving student community. Nido El Porvenir Seville isn't just a place to stay; it's a vibrant hub where students can thrive academically, socially, and culturally.


Nido El Porvenir Seville offers a blend of comfort and convenience with its in-house gym, perfect for those looking to stay active without leaving home. Imagine soaking up the sun and enjoying breathtaking views from the rooftop swimming pool & terrace, an ideal spot to unwind or socialize. With dedicated social spaces fostering connections among residents and quiet study rooms providing a conducive environment for academic pursuits, every need is catered to. For entertainment, indulge in movie nights at the cinema room or host gatherings in the elegant dining room. The hassle-free living experience extends to practical amenities like laundry facilities and super-fast WiFi, ensuring comfort and convenience. Safety is paramount, with 24-hour security and on-site maintenance & housekeeping ensuring peace of mind for residents.

Location and What's Hot?

Located mere steps away from Nido El Porvenir Seville, both the University of Seville and Quiero Dulce University offer unparalleled convenience for students. Imagine rolling out of bed and strolling to class without a worry. With such proximity, late mornings are no longer a stress. Picture the luxury of extra sleep or grabbing a quick coffee en route. Nido El Porvenir Seville transforms the daily commute into a leisurely walk, saving time and hassle. Say goodbye to rushing and hello to a hassle-free lifestyle. This prime location ensures that every moment counts, making student life truly effortless. Nido El Porvenir Seville, a beacon of comfort and convenience in the heart of Seville, promises more than just a place to stay; it offers a lifestyle immersed in the city's vibrant social scene.

Day-to-day life at Nido El Porvenir Seville is a delightful blend of urban exploration and cozy relaxation. Start the morning with a stroll to the nearby Mercado de Triana, where the scent of fresh produce and the lively chatter of locals awaken the senses. Pick up some fruits, cheeses, and freshly baked bread for a delicious breakfast back at the accommodation. After fueling up, venture out to explore the charming streets of Seville. Just a short walk away lies the historic Plaza de España, a marvel of Spanish architecture surrounded by lush gardens. Take a leisurely walk around the plaza, admiring the intricate tile work and serene beauty.

For a taste of local culture, visit the Museo de Bellas Artes, where masterpieces by Spanish artists await. Lose yourself in the mesmerizing works of Velázquez, Murillo, and Goya as you soak in Seville's rich artistic heritage. When hunger strikes, the bustling Calle Betis beckons with its array of tapas, bars and cafes. Indulge in traditional Spanish delicacies like patatas bravas, jamón ibérico, and gazpacho, all while enjoying panoramic views of the Guadalquivir River. After a day of exploration, return to the comfort of Nido El Porvenir Seville. Relax in the communal lounge, catch up with friends over a game of billiards, or unwind with a movie in the cozy cinema room. With its modern amenities and vibrant atmosphere, Nido El Porvenir Seville offers the perfect sanctuary in the heart of Seville's social scene.


In the bustling city of Seville, travel accessibility is a breeze for residents of  this student accommodation in Seville. The metro stations of San Bernardo, Prado de San Sebastian, and Puerta Jerez lie within easy reach, offering swift connections to various parts of the city. With stations like Viapol (San Bernardo) and Av Ntra De Las Mercedes (I) serving the railway, residents can hop on trains for longer journeys or commute seamlessly within Seville. Airports such as Seville Airport, Aeropuerto Diego Velázquez, and United Aviation Sevilla ensure convenient travel for both domestic and international flights. Whether jetting off for business or pleasure, residents are well-connected to the skies.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Cleaning room
Weekly linen changes

Common Amenities

In-house gym
Rooftop swimming pool
Social spaces
Study rooms
Cinema room
Dinning Room

Cancellation Policies (3)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property does not offer cooling-off period.
  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (5)

  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property doesn’t offer flexible installment plans.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What contract lengths are available?

We know that not everyone has the same needs, and that’s why we offer a variety of contracts.
For the 2024-2025 period, we have a range of contracts available as well as stays for the semester and summer. Please check the web page of the specific residence you’re interested in for more information.

Do I need to pay anything to secure my room?

Nido Aravaca & Nido El Porvenir: To secure your room with us, you’ll need to sign your agreement and pay a €150 registration fee and a €300 deposit.
Nido Princípe Pío & Nido Malvarrosa: To secure your room with us, you’ll need to sign your agreement and pay a €300 refundable security deposit.

Is a deposit required to book?

Yes, a refundable security deposit of €300 is payable. This will be refunded at the end of your stay after checking for damages.

I’m an International student thinking about coming to spain?

New to Spain, No worries. To make your life easier, contact us.

Do I need a guarantor to book?

Yes, a guarantor will be required to sign your contract if you will be staying at Nido Aravaca, Nido El Porvenir, or Nido Malvarrosa. No guarantor is required to sign your contract if you book a room at Nido Princípe Pío.

How to book your room?

We’ve tried to make booking an easy process for you. Here are the steps you can take once you’re ready to book:
1. Find your perfect room on our website
2. Click ‘book now’
3. Register on our portal and complete your booking
Or speak directly to the team to book!

What room types do you have?

We offer ensuite rooms within shared apartments, where you have access to your own bathroom, but you will share the living room and kitchen space. Or you can opt for a studio room where you’ll have access to your own bathroom as well as your own private kitchen area. You can find out what is included in each room studio on the relevant residence page.

What communal spaces do you have?

Our communal spaces are residence-specific, so please check the relevant residence page on our website to see what spaces it includes.
In the majority of our property’s you will have access to an on-site gym which is free to use, as well as comfortable social and study spaces. In some of our newer property’s you can also find private dining rooms that you can book out with friends for dinner parties; gaming rooms with projector screens, and lastly cinema rooms complete with plenty of comfortable seating and surround sound.

Do you offer dual occupancy?

No, we don’t offer dual occupancy.

What If I have a disability or special requirement?

We have accessible rooms available at all our residences, so we want to make sure that everyone is able to have a safe and comfortable stay with us, so please let us know about any medical information or disabilities on your application or contact us directly to find out more.

Can I stay for summer or just semester?

Yes – all of our property’s offer summer stays. Please visit the relevant residence page or contact the residence team for more details.
We also offer semester stays; however, availability depends on the residence and the time of year.

Is the agreement for my room is legally binding contract?

Yes, the agreement for your room, which you are required to accept in order to complete your booking and secure your room, is a legally binding contract.

What security measures do you have in place at property?

Your safety and security are our highest priority, and we have a range of services in place to manage this, from 24/7 CCTV to on-site security presence.
Please check the relevant residence page on our website to see what security measures are in place.

Who can live at property in spain?

Property is home away from home to all students from any university and any country in the world, and we even have flex-living communities home to students, young professionals, and digital nomads where non-students are welcome to stay with us.
There are a few requirements you need to meet in order to stay with us at Nido El Porvenir, Nido Aravaca and Nido Malvarrosa. You need to prove that you are at least one of the following:
• a student who is taking a full-time course in the city where we are based
• a student on an organised study-abroad programme
• a student enrolled full-time in a language school
• a student conducting a work placement course as part of a degree-granting programme
You’re able to book from the age of 16 at the time of check-in, however we do ask that you supply us with an indemnity form and comply with our under 18-year-old policy. To live at Nido Princípe Pío you must be 18 or over.

Are kitchen essentials included in my room?

Kitchen essentials aren’t included in your room as they tend to be personal items. However, we’ve partnered so you can purchase everything you’ll need for your room and have it ready for you upon arrival.

Will I have internet in my room?

Yes, we have high speed Wi-Fi throughout each property so you can be connected at all times. More information on how to connect will be provided upon your arrival and this is included in your rent, so you do not need to pay for it.

What are the guests policies at property?

We do allow day and night guests, however, for your own safety and security, there are a few guest policies in place: For more information on visitor policies, please contact your residence team.

  • You can have limited guests visiting during the day between 8am and midnight
  • For overnight stays, one guest can stay for a maximum of two consecutive nights throughout the month
  • All guests must be 18 years of age or over
  • You will have to sign in your guests, and they must bring a photo ID to gain entry into the building
  • You will be responsible for your guest throughout their time at property

Will my room be cleaned?

For 24-25 bookings, bi-weekly cleaning services are included in your stay.

Are any additional services not included?

We work hard to make sure that pretty much everything is included in your stay. Just so it’s clear, the below items are not included in your rent:
1. We have vending machines in some of our properties. All snacks and drinks within the vending machines will be at your own cost.
2. You can pay for your laundry on a pay-as-you-go basis.
3. You can book extra room cleans at reception for a set fee.
4. We have a TULU machine in our receptions for you to rent all sorts of handy equipment, from snacks and gaming consoles, to hoovers and irons.
If you’d like any kitchen equipment during your stay, you can buy this, by contacting us.

Do you have laundry facilities?

We have laundry rooms in all our properties. You’ll have 24-hour access to washers; dryers and some sites will have ironing boards available. Prices for a wash and dry can be found in your Welcome Book which you’ll receive upon checking-in. For any other questions on laundry, speak to the team as they’ll be happy to help.

What happens If I lose my keys?

When moving in, you will receive your physical key card or access to a mobile key for your room, access to the building.
If you do lose your physical keycard, please let us know right away for security reasons. You will be charged for a replacement, which the residence team can arrange for you.

When is the reception open?

Reception is open 24 hours a day, we also have cameras and security checks.
Unlike the reception, the terrace is open from 9.00am to 11.00pm and the cafeteria from 8.00am to 10.00pm.
Ask your residence team for more information on the opening hours of all our common spaces.

Is the gym free to use?

Many of our properties have gyms onsite which can be accessed free of charge 24/7, so you are welcome to work out whenever you feel like it.
Upon check-in, we do require that you complete a gym induction to ensure you’re comfortable using all of the equipment.

Are you able to sublet your room to a friend if you no longer need it?

No, you are not permitted to sublet any part of your accommodation, as per your accepted Temporary Lease Agreement, Hosting Agreement, or Apart Hotel Temporary Agreement. If you need to move out early, you should contact the reception team to discuss the option of a tenancy takeover.

I am going to travel and will not be around for a few days, should I let reception know?

Please let us know if you plan to be away for more than a couple of days for safety purposes.

What happens if my light bulb needs replacing or something breaks?

Our maintenance teams are available five days a week to help with any issues or questions. They’re also available for any emergencies during the weekends.
If you do experience any maintenance issues during your stay, simply raise a ticket in the property App. The team will update you on the progress of the job and book a time with you for accessing your room.
You will receive access to the property App before you move in to your property.

If I get sick, what should I do?

We do not have a resident doctor and we can’t provide you with any medication.
If you have an illness or intolerance, please inform the restaurant management team directly so they can ensure any catering you have booked aligns with your dietary requirements.

Am I able to bring my bike?

We encourage everyone to bring their bikes to university as it makes for a much more environmentally friendly way to get around town. In fact, all of our properties have bike storage available. Simply speak to the team to book your space.
Bikes are stored at your own risk. In no circumstances should bikes be stored in your room, corridor or in the communal space in the building.

What’s the health and safety policy?

We’re committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all students, employees, clients, and other parties who may be affected by our activities.
We are committed to continual performance through learning from experience. We will always engage with all of our staff, students, clients, and suppliers so that everyone is involved and invested in managing risk.

What is included in my room?

Our studio rooms include:
• A small double bed
• Wardrobe with hanging space & shelving
• Ensuite bathroom with shower, sink & toilet
• Study desk & chair
• Breakfast bar and kitchenette with storage, hob, microwave oven, and fridge with freezer compartment
In our en-suite rooms you will find:
• Study desk & chair
• Shared bathroom with shower, sink & toilet
• Wardrobe with hanging space and shelving
Our shared kitchen/living room spaces at Nido El Porvenir include:
• Shared breakfast bar and kitchenette with storage, hob, microwave oven, and fridge with freezer compartment
Our shared kitchen/living room spaces at Nido Aravaca, Nido Princípe Pío and Nido Malvarrosa include:
• Shared kitchen or kitchenette with storage, hob, combi microwave oven, oven and fridge freezer
• Dining area with dining table
• Lounge area with sofas and TV
This is residence specific, so please check the relevant residence page for a full list of what is included in your property room.

Can I choose the person with whom to share the double room?

Yes, just make sure to book the same flat number at the time of booking.

What are the contact details for each site?

If you ever need to contact the team at property, feel free to get in touch. Our teams are always there to help.

Can I bring can electric scooter with me?

Electric scooters should not be kept or charged anywhere in the building under any circumstances. This includes your room, flat, common spaces, and the bike store.

I need to cancel my reservation, how can I go about doing this?

Please get in touch with your residence team directly should you wish to cancel your contract.

What documents do I need to check in?

When checking in to your property, we’ll need to see a form of photo identification (passport, drivers license etc).
We’ll also need to see the proof of studies from your university if you are moving in at Nido Aravaca, Nido El Porvenir and Nido Malvarrosa, the best way to do that is to bring and show us your acceptance letter, we may also need a copy of this for our records.

Can I change my room after move in?

If you’d like to move rooms, we’ll always try to accommodate it. Please do note that we can only offer room changes if there are rooms available to move into within your property residence and there is an understandable reason for wanting the change.
Keep in mind that different rooms can be offered at varying prices. The rates are based on a number of things, like the size of the room, location in the building and its availability so it may be that you will have to pay a different rate to occupy another room.
As terms and conditions may apply, please make sure you speak to us.

Are there specific times of the day can I move in?

To ensure you get the best check in experience, we will send out an email with different timeslots when it gets nearer to your check-in weekend, so you can book a time that’s suitable for you.

When is check in?

To ensure you get the best check in experience, we will send out an email with different timeslots when it gets nearer to your check-in weekend, so you can book a time that’s suitable for you.

How do I get around Seville?

By bicycle: A very convenient and quick option for accessing the different campuses is by bicycle. Seville has a bicycle lane that runs throughout the city and a public bicycle rental service implemented by the City Council (SEVICI). One of the SEVICI stations is a few metres from the residence, on Calle Ramón Carande.
By bus: Seville has more than 41 bus lines that allow you to travel all over the city. Several bus stops are very close to the residence hall.
By train: Seville has an underground line that runs through the city. The closest station to the residence is San Bernardo.
By car: The residence has its own parking.

How do I get around Madrid?

Public transportation. Madrid is famous for its fully functional and fast transportation services. The trains, metro and buses are always a quick option for accessing campuses.
You’ll find bus stops just in front of the Nido Aravaca and the closest Cercanias station just 8 minutes’ walk away.
Nido Princípe Pío is right in front of the huge Princípe Pío station, with metro, Cercanias and regional trains. Not to mention the many bus connections right in front of the residence.

How do I get around Valencia?

By bicycle: Valencia has numerous bicycle routes and lanes, and you also have Valenbisi, the public bicycle rental service.
By metro: The fastest way to get around the city, especially if you need to travel longer distances.
By tram: connects the residence with the student area, the universities and the beach.
By bus: Valencia’s bus network covers practically the entire city and has several stops next to the residence and universities.

How do I get to Nido El Porvenir?

By car: The residence is located next to Avenida de la Palmera, near the Benito Villamarín Stadium. There are several car parks less than 5 minutes’ walk away.
By train: Seville has several train stations. The AVE high-speed train arrives at Santa Justa station, 4 km from the residence, about thirty minutes by public transport or taxi
Very close to the residence is the Seville Virgen del Rocío train station, just a 10-minute walk away.
By plane: Seville airport is about 12 kilometres from our residence. By public transport it takes about fifty minutes. By taxi it costs between 20 and 30 euros with the airport supplement.

How do I get to Nido Aravaca?

By car: Nido Aravaca is on Av del Talgo, one of the main streets of the Aravaca neighborhood. There are lots of parking spots all around the residence. Taxis are also an option, costing between €12 – €20 Euros from downtown Madrid depending on the time of the day or night.
By train: Madrid has several metro and train stations. But Nido Aravaca is located a few minutes from the Aravaca Cercanias station that departs from Príncipe Pío.
By plane: There is a train that goes directly from the airport to the Aravaca Cercanias station.

How do I get to Nido Malvarrosa?

By car: The residence is located on Avenida de los Naranjos, where most of the universities are located. There are multiple parking lots on the same avenue and in the surrounding area.
By train: Valencia has two main train stations, the Estación del Norte and the Joaquín Sorolla station. The closest to the residence is the North Station, thirty minutes by public transport and fifteen by taxi (about €15).
By plane: Valencia airport is about 18 kilometers from our residence. By public transport it takes approximately fifty minutes. The taxi costs between 20 and 30 euros and lasts 30 minutes.

How do I get to Nido Príncipe Pío?

By car: Nido Príncipe Pío is right in front of Príncipe Pío station. You can reach it from a multitude of roads. There are multiple parking lots in the surrounding areas for you to park.
By train: Nido is right in front of Príncipe Pío station, where trains, suburban trains, and metros arrive constantly. Upon exiting the station, right in front, you’ll see Nido Príncipe Pío.
By plane: Madrid airport is 18 kilometers from Nido Príncipe Pío. From there, you can use the Renfe, which goes directly to Príncipe Pío station, or you can use an Uber for a price between 28 and 35 euros, depending on the time of your journey.

Can I personalise my room?

We love it when you make the space your own – some rooms look like palaces!
But please don’t make holes in the walls. The room should look the same when you leave as you found it.

Can I bring my pets?

We love animals! But not in principle. Only for visits and after consultation with the management.

Is there any parcel service?

Yes, we will collect your letters and parcels. Please make sure that they arrive in your name and have the correct room number so that we can identify them. We’ll send you a notification via the property app when we receive your parcels, so you can come and collect them.

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Student Accommodation In Seville

Seville is one of Spain's most populous cities, and finding suitable student accommodation in Seville can be tiring, but it is easy. Amber has a lot of cheap student housing with uber comfort available for a reasonable price. Seville has the most affordable student housing in Spain. We have some of the best student accommodation near universities like UNIA, Pablo de Olavide University Seville, Universidad Europea de Madrid and many others. There are many comfortable, luxurious, affordable ensuites, studios, and shared apartments.

Student accommodation in Seville costs between GBP 80 and GBP 200 per week, including all bills. Students can also choose from university-provided student houses or student halls in Seville. However, these student residences are expensive and may lack the features and other student benefits provided by private student accommodation in Seville. So do your homework to find the best student housing in Spain. The city offers everything from luxurious student housing to low-cost student housing. All the student accommodations in Seville are designed for the student's comfort. There is something for everyone in the city. In this city, student housing is further classified as halls of residence, private halls of residence, and private housing. Yugo Bermejales is one of the most liked student accommodadtion.

About Seville

Seville is Andalusia's capital and the fourth-largest city in Spain. Located towards the lower side of the Guadalquivir river in the southwest of the Iberian peninsula, AKA "the frying pan of Spain". The Seville Harbour is the one and only river port in Spain. The city has over 685,000 municipal residents as of 2021 and a population of about 1.5 million. Seville has the warmest climate in continental Europe, with July being the average high-temperature month, reaching 35°C. It is also the warmest major metropolis in Europe and Spain. Winters are mild. The coldest months of the year are December and January, with average maximum temperatures of 16 to 17 °C.

Seville, initially a town in Iberian, flourished as Hispalis under the Romans starting in the second century BCE and served as the provincial capital of Baetica. Early in the 5th century C.E., the Silingi Vandals named it their country's capital, but in 461, it came under Visigothic control. Today, Seville is renowned for its architecture and Flamenco dance worldwide.

The city is best known for its rich history, cultural heritage, monuments and festivals. Seville has three of UNESCO's world heritage sites: the Alcázar palace complex, the Cathedral and the General Archive of Indies. Other than these heritage sites in Seville, there are many other attractions like St Mary Cathedral, La Giralda, The Church of Saint Louis of France, Torre del Oro, Museum of Fine Arts of Seville etc.

Apart from this, this city's culture is one of a kind. Seville is the birthplace of some of Spain's most well-known customs, including bullfighting and flamenco dancing. The town is a fine blend of Jewish, Christian and Moorish history and architecture and some of the best tapas in southern Spain. Music is an integral part of the city's culture, with various traditional and modern styles being performed in its many bars and clubs. The city is also home to a vibrant art scene, with many renowned art galleries and exhibitions.

Best Areas For Student Accommodation In Seville

Students choose Seville for further education as the city has some of the ebay colleges in Spain. Looking for student accommodations near your preferred university or college is suggested. Here are some of the neighbourhoods where you can find student accommodation:

Santa Cruz, Seville

Known as the centre of Seville's historical and cultural landscape, Santa Cruz is undoubtedly one of the most prominent hotspots for visiting tourists. Santa Cruz is the best choice if you love the lively lifestyle and busy roads. Santa Cruz is one of the best neighbourhoods in Seville if you want to be right in the city's booming atmosphere and cultural heart. This locality is filled with famous landmarks and multiple aesthetic cafes and restaurants. The Future Nest is a student favourite accommodation in Seville.


Alfalfa is to the north of Santa Cruz and is close to the city centre. This is yet another booming locality. It is the most famous and historic neighbourhood in Seville. It's a pleasant square busy with cafes, restaurants, and social gatherings, making it one of the best neighbourhoods in Seville. Students can visit famous landmarks in this area, like Casa de Pilatos, a Mudéjar-style Andalusian palace.

San Bartolome

San Bartolome is a quiet neighbourhood and affordable right in the city centre. San Bartolome is one of the best neighbourhoods in Seville for those who want the perfect balance of historical streets, greenery, and quiet. The narrow streets of San Bartolome have an evident charm, and although the district lies within the centre of Seville, it is not lacking in greenery. San Bartolome is centred around Plaza de Las Mercedarias, blessed with brightly coloured houses and a flickering of orange trees- just like the perfect antidote to the urban surroundings.

El Arenal

Lying along the Guadalquivir River's eastern banks, El Arenal's neighbourhood is seen as one of Seville's most cosmopolitan districts. El Arenal, which means "the sandbank", derives its name from the sandy nature that the river's east bank once used to have. Aside from El Arenal's historic and cultured feel, it is a neighbourhood full of vibrancy and life. You will find great tapas, restaurants, bars, and booming cafe culture here. This neighbourhood has a thriving social scene and riverside homes, so it has become one of the best neighbourhoods in Seville to settle in.

Cost Of Living In Seville

The student accommodations in Seville include all the bills, and no extra bills are imposed on students. Amber eliminates additional bills and expects only rent from the students. The cost of living for a single student, excluding their student accommodation cost, is about €633 monthly. The cost of living in Seville consists of the list given below.

  1. Food and beverages: €100 to €230 per month
  2. Mobile bills: €20 to €50 per month
  3. Dining: €45 to €95 per month
  4. Entertainment and leisure: €40 to €90 per month
  5. Transportation: €80 to €140 per month
  6. Laundry: €20 to €35 per month
  7. Stationery and Course books: €25 to €60 per month

Travelling In Seville

The public transportation system in Seville is reliable and efficient. You can get around the city by bus, tram, train, or metro. It's easy to get to the city centre and other neighbourhoods.


Seville has an excellent bus network. Most of the buses leave from Plaza Ponce de Leon, east of the city centre, or Puerta de jeres, south of the city centre. Most people use the Plaza de las Armas as a bus terminal to travel to other Spanish towns; local buses leave the Prado de San Sebastián bus terminal. Tickets for buses can be purchased from the driver (starting at €1.30) or from a kiosk. C1, C2, C3, and C4 city buses travel through and around the centre.


Taxis are one of the most efficient means of transport. Seville has access to many taxis which makes travelling in the city easier. Students can use various applications Uber to book a taxi to travel to their preferred location.


Another handy transport option for students is renting a bike. It costs around €30 per day and €120 per week. Bikes are affordable, and a driver's license is not mandatory here.


The Metrocentro tram in this historic district of Seville runs for around 1.4 km. The Tram line runs from Plaza Nueva to Avenida de la Constitucion near the cathedral. The tram stops at the Archivo de Indias, the Puerta de Jerez, San Sebastian and San Bernardo.


Seville has one metro line with 22 stations, and three more stops are currently being built. The line's primary purpose is to link the major areas to the suburbs. The cost of a one-way trip costs around €1.35.


A network of automated bike rental stations spread throughout the city known as Servi bikes. Students have to download an app called "Service" to use this service and pay €10 to use this service for a week. You can use any bike available close to you and park it at any station close to your destination. Trips that last less than 30 minutes are considered free. It costs €1 for the first hour and €2 for each hour you go over 30 minutes.

Student Living And Lifestyle In Seville

Spain's most romantic city has something for everyone, from historic landmarks and quaint neighbourhoods to vibrant nightlife and up-and-coming gastro bars. Living in Seville means having access to many of the amenities of a cosmopolitan city like Madrid or Barcelona but with a small-town feel. The famous flamenco, bullfighting and tapas are hallmarks of Seville, with affordable student accommodations, warm weather and loads of culture.

Seville is a fashionista paradise. The primary shopping stress Sierpes and Tetuan are pedestrian-friendly and feature international brands like H&M and camper cheek by jowl with Spanish fashion houses like Mango, Desigual and Adolfo Domeniguez. Blending in with Seville's cultural fashion, there are fashion markets with gifts like trajes de gitana, the colourful ruffled flamenco dresses, where designers roll out their designs for the many local fairs during spring and summer months. Francos and Puente y Pellon are the most famous streaks to buy souvenirs such as hand-embroidered shawls, accessories and shoes. Apart from the shopping scene, Seville is home to tapas, the city's hallmark dining dish that should not be missed. Another added benefit of living in Seville is you can buy a starter, main course, dessert, bread and a drink for a reasonable price. Many up-and-coming gastro bars throughout the city offer a spin on traditional dishes that are gaining popularity. Coming towards the nightlife in Seville, the town constantly appears among the top places to party in Spain. So get your best shoes on and flamenco dance your way throughout the night.

Tourist Attractions In Seville

Seville, located in Spain, has an excellent assortment of tourist attractions and world heritage sites that make it worth a visit. The city, known for its art galleries, museums and Cathedrals, is a treat to the eyes. Some of the tourist attractions close to student accommodation in Seville are listed below:

  1. Royal Alcazar
  2. Alcazar of Seville
  3. Seville Cathedral and La Giralda
  4. Plaza de Espana
  5. Plaza de Toros
  6. Santa Cruz district and Historical centre
  7. Torre del Oro
  8. Park' Maria Luisa'
  9. Casa de Pilatos

Top Universities In Seville

The city of Seville is home to several world-famous universities and colleges. Numerous students worldwide choose these further educational institutions to receive a complete education. Here's a list of the top universities in Seville:

  1. University of Seville
  2. Pablo Olavide Univrsity
  3. UNIA
  4. University of Extremadura
  5. UGR Granada
  6. University of Cadiz
  7. University of Malaga
  8. University of Cordoba
  9. University of Jaen
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