Yugo Urbanum, Frankfurt

Mainzer Landstraße, Frankfurt am Main, 60326, Germany
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€864
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1.8 mi from City Center
1.8 mi from City Center( 37m. 16m. 12m)
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city center | 1.6 mi
Frankfurt University of Music a... | 1.7 mi
Goethe Business School | 1.8 mi
Goethe University Frankfurt | 1.8 mi
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About the Property

Yugo Urbanum Frankfurt, 60326, is a great Frankfurt student accommodation that offers a wide range of studios in various categories, ranging from bronze to silver, gold, platinum and diamond. These rooms are completely furnished and facilitated with amenities catering to personal preferences. Yugo Urbanum Frankfurt is conveniently located in proximity to various universities, such as Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts and Goethe Business School. Students pick their private accommodation, which is in proximity to their university and other important amenities, for the utmost convenience.

Also known as Frankfurt am Main or Frankfurt, a city in central Germany on the Main River, it is a major financial centre and home to the European Central Bank. It is the birthplace of renowned author Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose former residence is now the Goethe House Museum. The city has a long history of producing high-quality sausages (frankfurters). For many years, Frankfurt has served as a major hub for transportation from Switzerland and southern Germany up the Rhine to the Ruhr region and across the Main to north-central Germany. According to GaWC, Frankfurt is an "alpha world city," a centre of trade, culture, education, tourism, and transportation on a global scale. Frankfurt is an inviting city with a warm and friendly atmosphere, offering students a fantastic blend of academic opportunities, cultural experiences, and a lively social scene. Whether you're interested in finance, the arts, or simply immersing yourself in a diverse environment, Frankfurt has something to offer everyone. Apart from academics, Frankfurt has much to offer in terms of entertainment and recreation. You'll find a vibrant nightlife scene, with plenty of bars, clubs, and live music venues catering to different tastes. The city is also known for its beautiful parks providing a tranquil escape from the bustling urban environment.

Features

Yugo Urbanum Frankfurt is arguably one of the most efficient student accommodations, with a wide selection of furnished studios catering to all personal needs. These rooms are private rooms with private bathrooms and a kitchen, equipped with a comfortable small double bed, desk & storage space to accommodate all your necessities. A built-in cupboard to store and accommodate various things. There are shelves and wardrobes to fit all your outfits and other necessities.

Apart from the room amenities, the stay also provides a bunch of common amenities for the students. There is a high-speed LAN connection and WiFi to avoid any kind of lag; there is a laundry room, a study room for some concentrated study sessions, a gym to break some sweat, a common room and a community kitchen for all students. The place also facilitates a lounge and roof terrace for small gatherings. The service team on-site and caretaker & secure bike storage facilities are available too. The bills for heating, electricity, water and WiFi are incorporated into the rent.

Location and What's Hot?

Yugo Urbanum Frankfurt is by far one of the most convenient stays in the area. With its proximity to the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts and Goethe Business School, students will have enough time in hand to explore the city and try out new and exciting activities. There are several activities students could invest their time in, activities related to the university or to the city; it is nothing but packed with fun and amazing adventures. Student life in Frankfurt is buzzing and lively, with the amount of thrilling things the city has the offer.

Frankfurt is one of the most popular cities in Germany for international students. With notable universities residing here, students from all over the world flock here to get the most exquisite and excellent education. Luckily, Urbanum Yugo Frankfurt city is located in a very convenient place with multiple restaurants and cafes nearby, within walking distance. A few of the prominent restaurants are Yeni Nesil Eğlence, a hype place with live music serving cocktails, Best Pizza & Döner Haus for some mouthwatering pizzas, Dein Döner Frankfurt to hog on some kebabs and doners, Eliá Restaurant, Central Grill, etc. One must always have a designated coffee place to get a good start for the day; Bio Rösterei Basaglia is a coffee place right beside the Yugo Urbanum Frankfurt. There are shopping stores like Sheeva and Trinkhalle - Tercan's Kiosk around the corner. Eisenbahnspielplatz mit Basketballplatz is a garden a minutes from Yugo Urbanum Frankfurt. Additionally, Bockenheim is a fantastic location with many less expensive but entertaining bars and alternative cafés. There are some fantastic jazz clubs on Kleine Bockenheimer Straße for nightlife enthusiasts. The best Kneipen (traditional bars) are in Sachsenhausen, and Bornheim is another fantastic area with calm beer gardens, a lovely ambience, and fans of Apfelwein.

Commute

Frankfurt's train, bus, and tram networks provide excellent coverage, and it's a highly well-connected location. Amber provides Frankfurt student accommodations that are all easily accessible by public transport. Students can get a travel card and travel with discounted charges. Speyerer Straße, Frankfurt (Main) Speyerer Straße, and Frankfurt (Main) Speyerer Straße are the nearest tram stops to Yugo Urbanum Frankfurt; students can also catch a train from here. Galluswarte, a railway station, is located a few blocks west of Urbanum Yugo Frankfurt. Students can also indulge in activities like cycling and walking to enjoy the scenic beauty of the place.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I choose who my roommates are?

You can live with your friends if you choose the same apartment number when booking. Please note that this offer is subject to availability. So it's best to book early to avoid disappointment!

What is a bank guarantee and why do I need one?

A bank guarantee is a bank's promise to pay off a debt. To issue this certificate, you need to pay a certain fee to the bank. In the event of a claim, the amount will be paid to the beneficiary on first demand. The bank guarantee must be issued by a German bank and there are certain requirements that must be met. For more details please contact the sales team.

Do I have to be a full-time student to book a room?

We normally only accept full-time students, but we may be able to accommodate you. Get in touch with the student residence that interests you to discuss your options.

Is there an age limit for booking?

In order to live with us during your studies, you must be at least 18 years old. students life

Can I personalize my room?

As long as you are able to return it to its original condition upon check out, you will be charged for any damages. where can i smoke Smoking is not permitted in your apartment, but you are welcome to smoke outside.

Can I put a fridge in my room?

Additional refrigerators are only permitted in your room if they are intended for storing prescribed medication.

Can I bring a pet?

We love fluffy animals, but we do not allow our renters to bring pets into the building.

Are there any free rooms for visitors?

No, unfortunately our halls of residence are packed with fun-loving students every year.

Are there social events for residents?

We host social events for you and your roommates throughout the year, from spiritual and cultural gatherings to fitness events and more.

Can I change rooms if I don't get along with my new roommates?

We want to make sure you enjoy staying with us. Therefore, if you find that you do not get along with your new roommates, it is possible to change rooms, subject to availability. Contact your local team for more information.

What happens if something breaks or doesn't work in my apartment?

Our friendly maintenance team is always on hand if something breaks or doesn't work in your apartment. Simply fill out a maintenance request form and hand it in at reception.

Can I invite friends or family to my place?

We recommend that friends and family only stay a maximum of 2 or 3 nights and that you let your roommates know before they arrive.

Are the common areas always open?

You can reserve some of the common areas in our properties, but most of our common areas are open 24 hours a day unless other hours are announced. accommodation facilities

Is WiFi included?

Yes, we offer high speed broadband and WiFi as standard in all rooms and it is also available in our common rooms and areas.

What appliances are in your apartment upon arrival?

Which devices are included in your apartment depends on the type of room or accommodation you book. Visit our dormitory pages for more information or contact our dormitory team.

Where do I wash my laundry?

We have a laundry facility on site that you can use at any time during your stay.

What equipment is there in the gym?

Units that have a gym are equipped with free weights and/or strength-training machines, cardio machines, and yoga mats. Some of our homes also have fitness rooms with more specialized equipment or dance and yoga studios!

Can I have packages delivered to my building?

Our reception team is always on hand to take your packages and signed shipments so you don't miss a delivery. We'll also send you an email reminder when your package is ready for pickup.

Can we get a cleaner?

In some of our student apartments, the kitchen and living area are cleaned weekly or bi-weekly, but in others you have to maintain your common areas and rooms yourself. All of our common areas are cleaned regularly.

How secure is the bicycle storage room?

Most of our bike storage facilities are located within our secure buildings, so only residents have access. However, in some halls of residence, our bicycle parking spaces are located off campus and away from the main roads if possible. In any case, we recommend a secure bicycle lock for additional security.

Is there student parking on site?

Some of our properties have on-site parking that you can use during your stay with us. Check out our dormitory pages or contact us for more information. moving day

Can I move in before the start of the contract?

In many cases we can accommodate early move-in at a daily rate, but you will need to check this with the residence team.

What documents do I need to check in?

When you check in with us, we require a copy of your ID. We also recommend that you bring a printed copy of your rental agreement with you and the guarantee forms you have signed.

When can I arrive on the moving-in day?

Some of our properties allow you to move in anytime on certain days, while others have a time slot. We will be in touch with you shortly before your move-in date to give you more information!

Where can I park while unpacking?

As your move-in date approaches, we'll contact you to let you know where you can park nearby to unload your belongings. Is it okay if I arrive outside opening hours on the day I move in? If you need to arrive outside of opening hours, please let your residence support team know as early as possible to ensure we can assist you. Rent and Lease Agreements

Are there any additional bills I need to pay?

This fee is a one-off, non-refundable fee of €50 to cover administrative costs related to processing your application to stay with us.

Can I sublet my room for the summer?

No - unfortunately we do not allow students to sublet their rooms during their contract with us.

Can I move out earlier?

Yes - if you find someone to rent your room you can contact your dormitory support team to discuss the details. Safety measures

Is there always a member of staff available on site?

Our goal is for our staff to be there for you 24 hours a day. So if you have a concern, a member of our team can help you day or night.

How secure is the property?

Most entrances to our accommodation are access controlled and under video surveillance 24 hours a day and all apartment doors are key controlled. We also strive to always have a team on site should you ever need additional support.

Is home insurance included?

Yes, contents insurance is included with your rental agreement, so your belongings are protected during your stay with us. You will receive more information about this upon check-in.

Is the building regularly checked for fire protection?

The safety of our students is very important to us. We conduct regular fire alarm tests and fire safety inspections in all of our residences. International Students

Can I stay over the summer holidays?

Some of our student residences offer summer rentals as well as lease extensions, but this is subject to availability. For more information, please contact your dormitory team or find out more here.

What do I do if I have booked a room but cannot get a visa?

Please contact your support team who can cancel or reschedule your rental agreement, whichever is best for you.

Do I have to bring my own bed linen?

Yes - we do not provide linens in our apartments as we find that students like to personalize their rooms. Please note that this may vary for summer bookings. Contact our accommodation teams for more information!

Will I be picked up from the airport?

Unfortunately we do not offer airport pick up service for international students. You must take care of your own arrival and departure.We normally only accept full-time students, but we may be able to accommodate you. Get in touch with the student residence that interests you to discuss your options.
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Student Accomodations in Frankfurt

Frankfurt Student Accommodation

Finding suitable student accommodation in Frankfurt can be a critical task for those studying in this vibrant German city. With its multitude of cultural offerings and bustling academic environment, Frankfurt attracts many international students, and searching for the ideal student housing in Frankfurt is an essential endeavour. Off-campus Frankfurt student housing offers several advantages over on-campus accommodations, providing students with more liberty, often lower costs, and the opportunity to immerse themselves in the local community.

Amber stands as a beacon for students navigating the Frankfurt student accommodation scene, simplifying the search by offering a variety of housing options. Whether you're studying at the Goethe University Frankfurt, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, or any other esteemed institution, amber provides a user-friendly platform that streamlines the accommodation process by connecting students with suitable housing in convenient locations near their universities. With amber, students can discover a span of room types to cater to different preferences, all replete with amenities designed to support both academic and leisure needs. Some of the best student accommodation in Frankfurt include Freiligrathstraße 54, Petterweilstraße, and Lindenstraße 14.

About Frankfurt

Frankfurt, a pulsating economic hub in the heart of Germany, seamlessly marries its rich history with modern splendour. Renowned as Europe's financial epicentre, Frankfurt's skyline is uniquely characterised by striking skyscrapers, earning it the nickname "Mainhattan." Beyond business, the city's cultural vibrancy echoes through its museums, historic sites, and dynamic social scene, making Frankfurt student accommodation a superb choice for international students seeking a multicultural experience.

The city teems with a vibrant student population, thanks in part to its renowned institutions, such as the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, and the Goethe University Frankfurt. Areas like Bockenheim and Westend are especially popular among students for their proximity to universities and lively atmosphere. Finding student accommodation in Frankfurt is made easier with amber's array of housing options, tailored to cater to the needs of the city's diverse student demographics. Prospective scholars can select from contemporary studios, shared apartments, and ensuite rooms, ensuring they find a perfect base to enhance their learning journey in this illustrious city.

Best Student Accommodation in Frankfurt

When it comes to finding the ideal off-campus student accommodation in Frankfurt, the choices are as diverse and dynamic as the city itself. Opting for an off-campus living arrangement brings a wealth of benefits for students relocating to this bustling hub of culture and education. With choices ranging from ensuite rooms and student halls to private studio apartments, students can embrace independence, often at more affordable rates compared to on-campus dorms. Moreover, living off-campus nurtures a sense of community among peers and paves the way for a more integrated experience of the local lifestyle. For those attending institutions like the College of Fine Arts and Goethe University Frankfurt, finding Frankfurt student accommodation in close proximity can greatly ease daily travel woes. A few best student housing in Frankfurt are:

1. Gref-Völsing-Straße 15

2. Freiligrathstraße

3. Mainzer Landstraße 258

4. Leipziger Straße 41-43

5. Petterweilstraße 31

6. Schleiermacherstraße 10

7. Wolfsgangstraße

8. Leipziger Straße

9. Wallstraße

10. Kettenhofweg

Cost of Living in Frankfurt

For students considering Frankfurt as their educational home, it's crucial to weigh the cost of living in this vibrant city. As one of the major financial capitals of Europe, Frankfurt unsurprisingly has a relatively high cost of living compared to other German cities. Housing represents a significant expense, with rental prices for apartments reflecting Frankfurt's desirability and economic importance. Daily costs like groceries, utilities, and public transportation also tend to be on the higher end of the spectrum. While boasting an array of world-class amenities, Frankfurt's cost of living can be a serious consideration for those relocating to this influential urban centre. Below is the breakdown of the expenses you will incur.

1. Off-campus Accommodation: €480 - €500 per month

2. Transportation: €90 - €110 per month

3. Food: €500 - €550 per month

4. Utility: €320 - €355 per month

5. Entertainment: €50 - €60 per month

6. Groceries: €25 - €35 per month

7. Clothes: €120 - €135 per month

Student Travel Frankfurt

Living in the pulsing heart of Germany, students residing in Frankfurt student apartments will have the advantage of accessing flexible and cost-effective travel options. Frankfurt's public transportation is known for its efficiency, ensuring that students can traverse the city and reach educational institutions simply and affordably. In Frankfurt, student travel near Frankfurt student apartments is centred around convenience and network connectivity. Here's how you can get around:

1. Buses

Frankfurt has a dense network of buses that connect to various localities and suburbs, making it an excellent choice for short or medium-length journeys. They run frequently throughout the day with services reduced late at night. Tickets can be purchased from machines at bus stops or inside the buses and typically cost around €2.75 for a single journey within the city. A monthly travel card, known as the Monatskarte, costs approximately €90.
2. Metro

The expansive U-Bahn and S-Bahn rail services cater to both the inner city and the wider region. They offer a quick way to travel, with trains available every 2-5 minutes during peak hours. A standard single fare is about €3, but using a daily or weekly travel pass could be more economical for frequent travel. The Wochenkarte, a weekly pass, is available for around €25.75.
3. Cycling

Frankfurt is a bike-friendly city with dedicated cycling lanes and bike-sharing programs such as Call a Bike. Cycling is not only a low-cost mode of transport but also a healthy and environmentally friendly option for students. The first 30 minutes are free of charge, with subsequent half-hourly charges of around €1.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Frankfurt

Frankfurt, a bustling metropolis nestled in the heart of Germany, offers an unparalleled student lifestyle brimming with culture, entertainment, and camaraderie. With an emphasis on safety and its suitability for students, Frankfurt presents an idyllic setting for academic excellence and personal growth. Those seeking Frankfurt student accommodation will find themselves immersed in a city that is welcoming and conducive to scholarly pursuits. Students in Frankfurt are spoilt for choice when it comes to unwinding after lectures. Within a stone's throw from most Frankfurt accommodation, cosy cafes like Café Karin offer a warm haven for those chilly afternoons, while spots such as Bitter & Zart are perfect for indulging in delectable chocolates and coffees. For an evening of relaxation, students often flock to local bars like Apfelwein Wagner, where the city's famous cider flows abundantly.

Frankfurt's green spaces are a breath of fresh air for students. The serene Palmengarten, Frankfurt's botanical oasis, offers a picturesque retreat from the bustling city life. Likewise, the sprawling Grüneburgpark provides an escape for joggers, picnickers, and anyone seeking to commune with nature. Cultural offerings further enrich the Frankfurt experience. From the annual Museumsuferfest, celebrating art and community along the riverbank, to the vibrant Christmas markets that light up the city in winter, there is always something to stimulate the senses. Frankfurt also boasts a pulsating music scene, with venues like Batschkapp hosting local and international artists, contributing to the city's reputation as a cultural hub. Living in Frankfurt as a student means soaking in this varied tapestry of experiences.

Frankfurt Tourist Attractions

Steeped in culture and bustling with cosmopolitan life, Frankfurt is not only the business heart of Germany but also brimming with numerous attractions. From historical landmarks to modern architecture and lush green parks, Frankfurt offers diverse tourist spots that draw visitors from all over the world. Whether it's for exploring the city's rich history or experiencing its vibrant urban spaces, there's something for everyone in Frankfurt. Below are the tourist attractions you can explore.

1. Römerberg
2. Römer
3. St. Bartholomew's Cathedral
4. Museumsufer
5. Main Tower
6. Goethe House
7. Palmengarten
8. Senckenberg Natural History Museum
9. Alte Oper
10. Frankfurt Zoo

Universities in Frankfurt

Frankfurt stands as a pinnacle of higher education, hosting some of the most esteemed and prestigious universities. Renowned for their academic excellence, these institutions attract students globally to pursue a world-class education.

1. College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt am Main
2. Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
3. Goethe Business School
4. Technische Universität Darmstadt
5. Goethe University Frankfurt

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