It was not an easy decision to choose your Erasmus city, right? If you still think about it, remember to look at why do Erasmus in Murcia, if on the contrary you already did it and want to take the first step in looking for a room in Murcia, let’s get started!

This Andalusian city is a region that enjoys a good quality of life. In addition to being much cheaper than other places, it has beautiful beaches and a great historical heritage.

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San Lorenzo – Nearest Neighborhood
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El Carmen – Cheapest Neighborhood
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Colegio Mayor Azarbe – Residence
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Residencia Universitaria Hermanas Oblatas – Residence

If you are going to do your Erasmus at the Universidad de Murcia, La Merced Campus, at the Escuela de arte and Escuela de arte Dramático Superior de arte dramático de Murcia.

Before looking for a room in Murcia, you should take into account which campus your faculty is in, there are very good prices and options close to these. In the event that you do not go to study at UNM, the same applies and in addition most art schools are located in the center of the university so you will find yourself facing a cultural and young environment.

San Lorenzo – Nearest neighborhood.

  • Average per room -> € 260
  • Location -> in the center of Murcia
  • A commercial sector crowded by many university students.
  • Preferred for buildings with modern interiors and at a good price, definitely a good nursery.
  • What public transport to take to go to University? If you decide to rent a room in Murcia, especially in the center, you will have everything close by and therefore it will be a 2-minute walk from the university.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • By Walk → takes 4 minutes

 

El Carmen – Cheapest neighborhood.

  • Average per room -> € 215 
  • Location -> central and right where the railway station is located
  • One of the most populated and popular neighborhoods in Murcia, where you will have everything at hand with the variety of shops.
  • It is not a luxurious place but it has very good room options in Murcia.
  • What public transport to take to go to University?
    • By Walk → It takes only 16 minutes
    • 🚌 Bus → Line C5, takes 13 minutes
  • How to go downtown with public transport? You only have to walk 6 minutes to get there, however if you prefer to go by bus you can do it by taking line C35 and you will arrive in the same time.

 

Residences

Colegio Mayor Azarbe – Residence

  • Price:
    • Single room -> € 600
    • Double room -> € 563.50
  • Includes:
    • Own bathroom
    • Gym
    • TV, leisure and computer room
    • Cafetería
  • Good communication with the center and the university. Studying on this campus has its advantages and even more so if you decide to live in this residence in the heart of Murcia, where nightlife and leisure are concentrated.

 

Residencia Universitaria Oblatas – Residence

  • Price:
    • Single room -> € 798
  • Includes:
    • TV room and computers
    • Stretcher
    • Computer
    • Private bathroom
  • What public transport to take to go to University?
    • By Walk → 4 minutes from La Merced Campus
    • This residence is in the heart of the city
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El Puntal – Nearest Neighborhood
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Santa Maria de Gracia – Cheapest Neighborhood
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Residencia Universidad de Murcia (RUM) – Residence
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Campus Student Residence UMC – Residence

If you are going to do your Erasmus at the University of Murcia at the Espinardo Campus

Although this campus is far from the city center, the distance is not great, but it may be a factor that you may be interested in analyzing to choose to rent the perfect room in Murcia.

El Puntal. Nearest neighborhood.

  • Average per room -> € 230 
  • Location -> in the north of murcia
  • It is an excellent place if you prefer to avoid taking public transport and get up very early
  • University atmosphere as the university campus is in this sector
  • What public transport to take to go to University?
    • By walk→ takes 19 minutes or less 
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 49, takes 17 minutes

 

Santa Maria de Gracia – Cheapest neighborhood.

  • Average per room -> € 200
  • Location: in the north of the city
  • A residential sector, only a little away from the center
  • If you do not like the crowd of people and prefer a quieter place, this is a wonderful option and an intermediate point where you want to go.
  • What public transport to take to go to University?
    • 🚌Bus → Line 21, takes 20 minutes
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 39/49, takes 11 minutes
    • By Walk → 18 minutes

Residences

(RUM) Residencia Universidad de Murcia – Residence

  • Price:
    • Single room -> € 650 
  • Includes:
    • Full board
    • Gym
    • Study and TV room
    • Dinning room
  • What public transport to take to go to University?
    • By Walk → takes 20 minutes
    • 🚌Bus → Line 21, takes 11 minutes
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 21, takes 11 minutes

 

Campus Student Residence UMC

  • Price:
    • Single room -> € 330 room only / € 496 half board
  • Includes:
    • Kitchen
    • Shower
    • Wifi
    • TV room and study
  • What public transport to take to go to University? It will only take you a few meters to the classroom, a good option to take a room in Murcia if you hate the alarm clock and get up very early.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌Bus → Line 31, takes 32 minutes

⚠️ Neighborhood to avoid looking for accommodation / room in Murcia

Even if you find good prices, do not forget to look at the neighborhood in which it is located, it may be the ideal room but located in a sector where crime rates are high, such as:

  • La Paz

Time to close the post

As we said at the beginning, looking for a room in Murcia can be a difficult task or cause a lot of stress, that’s why we have dedicated this blog to guide you. Did you like the places?

If you have already found accommodation, do not hesitate to look at this blog with seven essential applications to make your Erasmus. Greetings!

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