If you are here, I assume you have already read our post about why doing Erasmus in Seville and you liked the city that “… has a special color”, as the song says, that you will certainly hear walking through its streets. Ready to find an Erasmus room in Seville?
One of the five largest cities in Spain and with two excellent universities, it will not be difficult to find good options that fit your budget.

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San Lorenzo – Nearest Neighborhood
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Macarena – Cheapest Neighborhood
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Odalys Campus La Cartuja – Residence
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Colegio Mayor La Luz – Residence

If you are going to do Erasmus on the Universidad de Sevilla – Campus Cartuja, Macarena and Centro.

If you are going to study at the University of Seville, you should know that it is the largest university in the city, so one of the first things we recommend you do before looking for an Erasmus room in Seville, is to search in which of the eight campus there is your faculty.

San Lorenzo – Nearest neighborhood.

  • Average price per room –> € 350
  • Location –> Central and a few streets from campus.
  • Quiet and safe –> An excellent residential sector, near the Guadalquivir river.
  • Residential sector, quiet and away from the bustle.
  • You will find everything you need to stay in Seville nearby, all kinds of shops and bare where Seville’s nightlife is centered.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? 
    •  🚌 Bus → Line c3, takes 10 to 23 minutes
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚶‍♀️By Walk → takes 15 minutes.

Macarena – Cheapest neighborhood.

  • Average price per room –> € 250
  • Location–> A purely residential sector away from tourist circuits.
  • Youth Environment–> Flats and rooms in very good condition and price.
  • A quiet and safe area preferred by many students and families.
  • Nightlife centers in establishments less than 20 minutes walk.
  • How to get to the university?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line C2, takes 10 minutes.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line A2, takes 23 minutes.

Residences

 Odalys Campus La Cartuja

  • Price
    • Single room –> € 630
    • Room in an apartment of 3 –> € 480
  • Includes
    • Restaurant.
    • Study room and TV / games.
    • Gym.
    • Roof terrace.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? 
    • 🚶‍♀️By Walk →  The residence is a 15-minute walk from the university
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line C2, takes 25 minutes.
  • Odalys Campus La Cartuja website

Colegio Mayor La Luz – Residence

  • Price
    • Single rooms ->  € 815
    • Double rooms ->  € 725
  • Includes
    • Study room, cinema, music and TV.
    • Kitchen and dining room.
    • Terrace.
    • Library.
    • Gym and sports courts.
  • How to get to the university by public transport?  
    • 🚌Bus → Line C2, takes 21 minutes.
  • How to go downtown with public transport?
    • 🚶‍♀️By Walk → Takes 8 minutes.
  • Colegio Mayor La Luz website
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San Bernardo – Nearest Neighborhood
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El Porvenir/ Tiro de Línea – Cheapest Neighborhood
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Magnolia Tree House – Residence
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Rector Ramón Carande – Residencia

If you are going to do Erasmus on the Universidad de Sevilla – Reina Mercedes Campus, Ramón y Cajal, Pirotecnia y los Remedios.

All these campuses are located in the south of the center of Seville, also very charming areas, if you do Erasmus in Seville you will witness what we are talking about, a beautiful city wherever you go.

San Bernardo – Nearest neighborhood.

  • Average per room -> € 325
  • Location-> Central and a few blocks from the faculty whatever.
  • It is one of the best places to look for an Erasmus room in Seville, it is a Seville residential neighborhood.
  • All services at your fingertips.
  • How to get to the university? 
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 05, 21 or c3, takes 10 minutes.
    • 🚶‍♀️By Walk →  Takes 12 minutes.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
    • 🚶‍♀️By Walk →  Good communication with the center, takes 15 minutes.

El Porvenir / Tiro de Línea – Cheapest neighborhood.

  • Average per room-> 280 
  • Location-> Central, right next to Plaza España and close to the entire tourist area of ​​the city.
  • Residential neighborhood → quiet and quite university due to its proximity to the US
  • If you find an Erasmus room in Seville center such as this neighborhood, it will rarely be necessary to use public transport because the distances are short that can be traveled on foot.
  • How to get to the university? If you hate taking public transport to go to your classes, it can be a very good option to walk, it is only 21 minutes, or by bike 9 minutes.
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 37, takes 16 minutes, regardless of the faculty in which you study.
  • How to get to the center by public transport?
    • 🚶‍♂️By Walk → takes 28 minutes.
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 01, takes 25 minutes.

Residences

Magnolia Tree House Residence – Residence

  • Price
    • Single room -> € 750
    • Room for two people -> € 600
  • Includes
    • Laundry.
    • TV room and study.
    • Room cleaning.
  • How to get to the university by public transport? 
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 34, takes 20 minutes.
  • How to get to the university by public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 03, takes 24 minutes.
  • Residence Magnolia Tree House website

Rector Ramón Carande – Residence

  • Price
    • Single room -> € 300
    • Room for two people -> € 247
  • Includes
    • TV room and study.
    • Dinning room.
    • Laundry.
    • Maintenance service.
  • How to get to the university by public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 37, takes 24 minutes.
  • How to get to the university by public transport?
    • 🚌 Bus → Line 37, takes 33 minutes.
  • Residence Rector Ramón Carande website

⚠️ Neighborhood to avoid looking for accommodation / room in Sevilla

As in all cities, there are neighborhoods that it is better not to look for a shared apartment, even if they are beautiful inside, including:

  • Las 3.000 viviendas.
  • Los Pajaritos.
  • El Vacie.
  • Torreblanca.

Time to close the post

What do you think about the accommodation options? Do not worry if you are still thinking about choosing an Erasmus residence or room in Seville, be sure to read how to find accommodation in Spain where you can compare prices from one neighborhood to another and make a better decision.
If you have already been here for Erasmus, tell us how you like it and which neighborhoods you would recommend. Greetings Erasmus!

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