Surely you are in this blog for having read why do Erasmus in Granada and you dared to choose this charming city. Ready to look for an Erasmus room in Granada?An easy task in a small city, quite touristy and with several accommodation options in excellent condition and at a good price. However, it has very few universities, although this will not be a problem, since the University of Granada offers a large number of quality academic programs with an international vocation.

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Center – Nearest Neighborhood
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Camino de Ronda – The most economical
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Madre Riquelme – Residence
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Genil University – Residence

If you are going to do Erasmus on the Universidad de Granada at the Campus Centro, Aynadamar and Fuentenueva

 You should know that it is the largest university in the city, with the majority of faculties in the same sector, away from the center but with excellent neighborhoods to find a room in Huelva, immersed in a university environment and with the opportunity to meet more students from other careers.

Center – Nearest neighborhood.

  • Average price per room –> € 250
  • Location –> In the heart of the city, where most of the neighborhood is pedestrian and semi-pedestrian.
  • If you like nightlife a lot and always attend an event without moving too far, this is a very good choice to find an Erasmus room in Granada.
  • Old and renovated floors, mostly.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? 
    •  🚌 Bus → Line C32, takes 35 minutes.

Camino de Ronda – The most economical

  • Average price per room –> € 225
  • Location–> Near the center.
  • A residential and commercial sector, with bars, hotels, supermarkets and, most importantly, several Erasmus room options in Granada.
  • Preferred neighborhood for many students.
  • How to get to the university? You can use the bus and you will reach any of the faculties in 10 or 15 minutes. Although, if you want to save money or just like to walk, you can also do it and it takes exactly the same, or even a little less.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line C32, takes 35 minutes.

Residences

Madre Riquelme – Residence

  • Price:
    • Female section–> € 675 
    • Male section–> € 545
  • Includes:
    • Gardens.
    • Dinning room.
    • TV room and study.
    • Library.
    • Gym.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? 
    • 🚶‍♂️ walking → Going to university will take around 10 or 15 minutes by walk.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line C32, takes 25 minutes.
  • Madre Riquelme Residence website

Genil University  – Residence

  • Price
    • Single rooms ->  € 690
    • Double rooms ->  € 550
  • Includes
    • Dinning room.
    • Meeting room and TV.
    • Terrace.
    • Room cleaning.
    • Full board.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? Right in front of the Faculty of Sciences, the School of Technical Architects, the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Civil Engineers, it won’t take you more than 15 minutes by walk to reach anyone.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌Bus → Line C32, takes 20 minutes.
  • University Residence Genil website
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Haza Grande – Nearest Neighborhood
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Albaicín – Cheapest Neighborhood
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Emperador Carlos V – Residencia
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Fernando de los Ríos – Residencia

If you are going to do Erasmus at the UGR at the Cartuja Campus.

This campus is not very central but it is located around residential neighborhoods in a student and quiet atmosphere, where it will take you a few minutes by bus to get to the city center.
We recommend that you get accommodation nearby to avoid the journey every day, which although it is not very long, still takes your time.
Analyze your situation and what best suits your personality, it may be that getting an Erasmus room in Granada is a better option if you study on this campus.

Haza Grande – Nearest neighborhood.

  • Average per room -> € 260
  • Location-> Area away from tourism and downtown as necessary.
  • One of the best neighborhoods to rent an Erasmus room in Granada.
  • Residential and with excellent prices.
  • How to get to the university?
    • 🚶‍♂️By Walk → Say goodbye to waking up very early, you only have to walk 5 minutes or less to get to class.

Albaicín – Cheapest neighborhood.

  • Average per room-> 240 
  • Location-> Located on a hill in front of the Alhambra.
  • The best known neighborhood of Granada for the incredible photos that can be taken from there.
  • A vibrant and tourist area.
  • How to get to the university? 
    • 🚶‍♂️By Walk → Takes 20 minutes.
    • 🚌 Bus → Line N9, takes 20 minutes.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
      • 🚌 Bus → Line C31 / C32, takes 27 minutes.

Residences

Emperador Carlos V – Residence

  • Price
    • Single room -> € 559
    • Room for two people -> € 359
  • Includes
    • Kitchen in each room and shared bathroom.
    • Cleaning.
    • They offer recreational, sports and cultural activities.
    • Computer and iron loan.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? This residence is located a few meters from the university.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → C35 lines, takes 28 minutes.
  • Emperor Carlos V Residence Hall website

Fernando de los Ríos – Residence

  • Price
    • Room per person -> € 325
    • Double room -> € 215
  • Includes
    • Kitchen, dining room, bathroom and single room.
    • Gardens.
    • Gym and pool.
    • Leisure and study rooms.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? This residence is located a few meters from the university.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line C35, takes 25 minutes
  • Fernando de los Ríos Residence website

⚠️ Neighborhood to avoid looking for accommodation / room in Granada

As every city should be careful or avoid certain areas altogether, in this case we recommend you not to search in:

  • Poligono Almanjayar.

Time to close the post

Have our recommendations for finding an Erasmus room in Granada been helpful? We hope it has been and if you do not know in which websites find room we recommend you look at this blog how to find accommodation in Spain.
If you have already been in this city, do not hesitate to tell us about your experience and if there are any suggestions, let us know. Greetings!

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