Before taking action, there is usually some stress and anxiety about finding the perfect place to live your Erasmus experience and that accommodates everything you are looking for. So in this blog, we want to help you organize your ideas and even help you decide. Ready to find an Erasmus room in Málaga?
The first thing to say is that you should not start looking for accommodation without being sure of the city you want to go to. If this is your case, do not worry, read  why do Erasmus in Málaga to solve all your doubts; but if it is not, we hope it will be very helpful and you will find the ideal accommodation.

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Teatinos – Nearest Neighborhood
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Camino de Antequera – Cheapest Neighborhood
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Teatinos – Residence
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Alberto Jiménez Fraud – Residence

If you are going to do Erasmus on the Campus Universitario de Teatinos

A large part of the faculties of this university are located in the west of the city, so if you decide to rent an Erasmus room in Malaga, we recommend that you take it somewhere in the middle, if your priority is to enjoy Malaga culture.

Teatinos – Nearest neighborhood.

  • Average price per room –> € 250
  • Location –> Modern area with greater university presence.
  • Wide offer of swimming pools, paddle tennis courts and gyms.
  • Although it is not in the city center, it has all the services. A great place to rent.
  • How to get to the university by public transport?
    •  🚌 Bus → Line 8, takes 16 minutes.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 14, takes 28 minutes.

Camino de Antequera – The most economical

  • Average price per room –> € 220 
  • Location–> Northwest of Malaga.
  • Quiet neighborhood with flats in excellent condition.
  • A residential sector with supermarkets and various Erasmus room options in Malaga.
  • How to get to the university?
    • 🚇 Subway → Line L1, 10 to 20 minutes.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line N2, takes 17 minutes.

Residences

Teatinos University Residence

  • Price
    • Single room –> € 650
  • Includes
    • Study room and games.
    • Terrace.
    • Swimming pool.
    • Dinning room.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? Going to university will take around 10 minutes on foot, except for those who study engineering, health sciences, or social and work sciences, which will take 25 minutes to reach, so going by public transport can be a better choice.
    • 🚌 Bus → Line L, takes 20 minutes.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus →  Line 11/25, takes 30 minutes.
  • Teatinos University Residence website

 Alberto Jiménez Fraud – Residence

  • Price
    • Single rooms ->  € 228
    • Double rooms -> € 153
  • Includes
    • Apartments with two and three rooms, double or single.
    • Dinning room.
    • Full board service.
    • Option to hire breakfasts and meals.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? To go to the faculty of philosophy, science, tourism and law you can walk, it is around 20 minutes, or take the same subway line and it will be 8 to 11 minutes, depending on the faculty.
    • 🚇Subway → Line L1, takes 20 minutes.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌Bus → Line 14, takes 21 minutes.
  • Alberto Jiménez Fraud residence website
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El Ejido – Nearest Neighborhood
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La Trinidad – Cheapest Neighborhood
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Santa Paula – Residence
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María Inmaculada – Residencia

If you are going to do Erasmus at the University of Málaga in the El Ejido Campus

In the heart of the city is the Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences. The most touristic area but with a wide offer to rent an Erasmus room in Malaga. If you are a lover of the sea, fix your attention on these residences and neighborhoods that we recommend.

El Ejido – Nearest neighborhood.

  • Average per room -> € 300
  • Location->  Relatively central and quiet area.
  • One of the best neighborhoods to rent an Erasmus room in Málaga.
  • How to get to the university? 
    • 🚶🏽‍♂️By Walk → Takes 5 minutes.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
    • 🚶🏽‍♂️ By Walk → takes 10 minutes.
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 1, takes 10 minutes.

La trinidad – Cheapest neighborhood.

  • Average per room-> 290 
  • Location-> Located in the west of the city, however, very close to the center.
  • A historic residential neighborhood, where you will experience the Málaga culture up close.
  • Commercial area with all services within reach.
  • How to get to the university? 
    • 🚶🏽‍♂️ By Walk → Takes 25 minutes.
    • 🚌 Bus → Line C1, takes 19 minutes.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line N2, takes 18 minutes.

Residences

Santa Paula – Residence

  • Price
    • Single room -> € 750
    • Room for two people -> € 715 
  • Includes
    • Dining room from Monday to Saturday.
    • Cleaning.
    • Study room and TV.
    • Full board.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? 
    • 🚶🏽‍♂️ By Walk → Takes 12 minutes.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
    • 🚶🏽‍♂️ By Walk → Takes 6 minutes.
  • Residence Santa Paula website

María Inmaculada – Residence

  • Price
    • Room per person -> € 540
    • Double room -> € 467 
  • Includes
    • Dinning room.
    • Terrace.
    • Library.
    • Leisure, events and study rooms.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? 
    • 🚶🏽‍♂️ By Walk → Takes 5 minutes.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
    • 🚶🏽‍♂️ By Walk → Takes 11 minutes.
  • María Inmaculada Residence website

⚠️ Neighborhood to avoid looking for accommodation / room in Málaga

Where you decide to look for an Erasmus room in Malaga, we recommend that you avoid these areas, they are dangerous neighborhoods.

  • Palma-Palmilla.
  • Los Asperones.

Time to close the post

We hope it has been helpful to find an Erasmus room in Malaga and if you want to see more options, look at this how to find accommodation in Spain, we recommend the best places to do your search.
Do not hesitate to share with us your experience if you have already been in Malaga as Erasmus students. Greetings!

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