The third-biggest city of Spain. It is the perfect place where to find for an accommodation for students and young workers. You will enjoy Valencia life its thriving culture, the culinary tradition, such as the popular paella, and the nightlife.
The City is made of several influences such as Moors, Christians and Romans, all reflected in its architecture and atmosphere in the old quarter. Beside this historical print, there is a modern and futuristic scene, standing next to a long and beautiful beach and surrounded by many places where to enjoy the uncountable activities the city offers.
All this and many other things make Valencia the perfect city where to look for a housing solution, chosen by many international students and young workers all around the World.
Are you ready to leave? Your adventure is about to begin... but, wait! Have you really planned all the details?
A semester or year abroad is an amazing thing that every young international should experience at least once in life, but there are some issues to keep in mind that could influence the whole experience.
Here we are to support and help you to make this process easier!
The first step is defining a budget. This part can be kind of annoying, because you will realise if you can afford your experience abroad, where you can live, the type of housing solution you can afford. When you deal with the budget you have to think about: the price of the room or flat, the cost of living (flat bills, living expenses such as grocery, food, etc.), the public transport and many other things.
Which is the perfect moment to get your accommodation? Your research can be an early hunting or a last minute booking.
If you are searching a lively areas where to choose your accommodation, then we suggest you to live in the central neighbourhoods of the city. There are so many positive things about that: shopping routes, many dining spots, a vibrant nightlife and the pros of being close to all the comforts. But there’s something you should keep in mind: the noise, that’s why we suggest you a non-touristy neighbourhood, if you are a calm and quiet person that prefers staying away from crowded places!
Moreover, other things you should consider when it comes to choose the area are the transportation, the closeness to your university or workplace, to supermarkets and anything else you need!
The housing solution that all the young internationals pick! It’s all about advantages: you can choose to live wherever you want and you’ll meet a lot of new people.
This is evidently the cheapest option. You can split the budget expense with your roomies and create friendships that will last forever.
It’s a significant student housing solution: The advantages of living in a shared flat will be that you will have your own privacy and the chance to socialize and share amazing moments with your roomies.
This can be a considerable option if you look for your own peaceful place. But it might be the most expensive housing solution.
Living in a student residence might look like living in a hotel. You have access to many services (such as the laundry service, the restaurant or the pool) but it could be one of the least cheap student housing options.
The new trend for housing: people live in communities, sharing values, interests and way more than just a flat. They share huge common spaces in the entire building, creating a big family.
The price of the room in Valencia may vary depending on its internal or external location in the flat. The exterior rooms are brighter and may have a beautiful view on the street, but we suggest you an interior room, if you prefer living in a quiet and peaceful accommodation.
Who doesn’t want to live in a well furnished and cosy flat?
During your accommodation research, you will find different types of housing solutions: from totally empty spaces to the completely equipped ones.
At helpHousing, our flats are stylish and all furnished and our rooms have everything you need.
When you are about to decide where to live, make sure you choose to rent a room or a flat that won’t give you problems! The issues you could bump into are: accidents with the bathroom pipes, the boiler, the door lock and many others. Being a foreigner in Spain means that you could have language misunderstandings, or you might encounter difficulties to know how much is service cost.
We care about our tenants, therefore maintenance is included in the services we offer, so that our clients have nothing to worry about.
Another important aspect you should think about is the inclusion of the costs in your room rental budget. You have to know that in Valencia, most of the housing solutions exclude costs from the basic cost of the room or apartment. Whatever you are going to choose, do not forget that managing bills and expenses is easier with us: you have your own online account where we keep you informed about everything.
Each neighbourhood has something different and special, its own culture and traditions. Find the best places where to live in Valencia:
Close to the Old Town, it is the most important commercial area, close to some of the main spots of the city. This neighbourhood has a grid pattern characterized by long straight streets, avenues and squared blocks, where loads of restaurants and boutiques are located.
Housing in Eixample
Originally a small village close to Valencia, this is the area where many students usually move, because of its closeness to the universities. Here you can find many nice cafes, narrow streets and markets, which make this neighbourhood charming and unique.
Housing in Benimaclet
The main hangout spot for hipsters and foodie lovers: filled with colorful cafes, modern galleries, experimental art spaces, this neighbourhood is great both to spend the day or to enjoy a lively night.
Housing in Russafa
Located between the city centre and the seaside, it is apparently one of the best places to live in. Many services and good connections, but, most of all, here you can find the popular and outstanding City of Arts and Sciences.
Housing in Camins al Grau
It is a central neighbourhood, which is home to loads of students, since was built as an extension of the old city centre: this means that provides its inhabitants with a lot of useful services!
Housing in Extramurs
This is an important part of the suggestive Old City (Ciutat Vella), which collects pretty cobble stoned streets, the most famous sights of Valencia, such as the Central Market and the Cathedral, and popular nightlife corners.
Housing in El Carmen
Located on the banks of the river Turia, it is one of the most elegant neighbourhoods. Particularly loved by students, this area is characterised by a young and international atmosphere.
Housing in Pla del Reial
Located in the northern part of the city, this neighbourhood is filled with many green areas, restaurants, services, it’s close to the University and it has a lot of cultural points.
Housing in La Saïdia
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Enjoy living in Valencia!