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Student accommodation, flats, and rooms for rent in Genoa

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Apartment at Vico Al Monte di Pietà, Centro Storico

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Room at Salita Piano di Rocca, 8/8, 16136 Genova GE, Italy

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Room at Via San Bartolomeo degli Armeni, Castelletto

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Apartment at Via Canevari, San Fruttuoso

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Apartment at Vico della Croce Bianca, Centro Storico

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Apartment at Piazza delle Erbe

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Room at Via di Prè, Centro Storico

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Apartment at Salita di Santa Maria di Castello, 6, 16123 Genova GE, Italy

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Apartment at Via Assarotti, Portoria

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Apartment at Vico Durazzo, Centro Storico

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Apartment at Vico Vegetti, Centro Storico

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Apartment at Piazza Inferiore di Pellicceria, Centro Storico

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Room at Via Carlo Dalmazio Minoretti, 6, 16132 Genova GE, Italy

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Apartment at Piazza Sauli

Information about Genoa

Genoa, the historic Italian port city, is a top destination for students from around the world. Whether you’re looking to rent an apartment, a student room, or stay at a student residence in Genoa, we’ve got you covered. This guide will provide you with all the essential information you need to know about renting accommodation in Genoa.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Genoa77€397
Residence Genoa0
Studio Genoa12€1791
Entire place Genoa176€2321
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After you’ve reviewed the details, use our Erasmus Play search engine to find your perfect place. Every flat and room listed here is verified, ensuring a secure booking process.

Here’s an overview of the various types of student accommodations available in Genoa, including flats, single rooms, shared rooms, and studios.

Student apartments for rent in Genoa

Many students find renting an apartment to live alone or share with others to be the most comfortable option. This choice provides total freedom in terms of coming and going, inviting guests, and decorating the space to your liking without needing anyone's permission.

While this option has many advantages, it can be expensive if you plan to live alone, so finding roommates is often a good idea. The average rental price for an apartment in Genoa is usually around €1000 per month, although this can vary depending on the location and the quality of the accommodation.

Rental prices for student apartments in this city tend to increase as you get closer to the city centre, since it is more convenient and it has a great amount of services available. If you are a university student, it’s also important to consider the distance to your university when choosing an apartment.

Student rooms for rent in Genoa

Renting a spare room in Genoa can make your experience much more affordable. You can find options starting at €200 per month using our search engine, with the average price in the city being around €350.

Living with people from different countries and cultures is a big part of the Erasmus experience, which gives a great opportunity to make new friends and practice languages.

If this sounds appealing to you, renting a room could be the perfect option. However, be quick when booking your room in Genoa because the availability is limited and the best rooms get booked out quickly!

Student accommodation in Genoa

Picking the right location for your accommodation is significant for a great experience in the city. Whether you want to be close to the city centre, prefer quieter areas that are well-connected, or have no particular preference, there are many housing options for you.

Here are some top areas to consider when planning your move to Genoa:

Apartments for rent in Porto Antico

Porto Antico, or the Old Port, is located in the historic centre of the city. It’s a bustling area with plenty of shops, restaurants, and cafés nearby. The port is just a stone’s throw away, and the Genoa Brignole train station is only a few minutes away. While rental prices in Porto Antico reflect its prime location, the benefits of living in the heart of Genoa make it worth it.

Apartments in Boccadasse

Boccadasse is about an hour’s walk from Porto Antico, offering a peaceful retreat from the busy city centre, so this area is perfect for those who look for tranquillity. During the summer, this area becomes a popular spot for its picturesque small beaches, perfect for a walk. While rental prices here are slightly lower than in the city centre, the difference isn’t very significant.

Rooms for rent in Genoa Center

The historic centre of Genoa includes the Molo neighbourhood, which represents the mediaeval city, and the Maddalena neighbourhood, known for its Baroque architecture. This area is always bustling with tourists, bringing a buzzing energy to the streets. If you choose to rent a room here, you’ll be immersed in this lively atmosphere every day.

Erasmus accommodation in Piazza Principe

Piazza Principe is a great spot near the city centre that’s also more affordable. There’s a station nearby, so getting around by public transport is easy. Plus, you’ll have all essential services close by and can reach the historic centre within a half-hour walk.

University residence for students in Genoa

Another option is to live in one of the student residences in Genoa. Generally, there are more applicants than available places, so it’s important to apply early to secure a room.

Many student residences include additional services such as cleaning or dining facilities. Prices vary based on location, room characteristics, and included services.

Frequently Asked Questions about Genoa

How much does it cost to live in Genoa as a student?
Genoa is one of the cheapest Italian cities, especially when it comes to rent. On average, your monthly expenses, including rent for an average room, would be around €600 per month.
Where to look for a cheap apartment for rent in Genoa?
To find cheap student apartments in Genoa, use the Erasmus Play search engine. You can easily compare prices and options. Plus, all listings are verified, so you can book with peace of mind.
What are the best areas to live in Genoa?
Popular neighbourhoods to live in Genoa include the old town, Porto Antico, Boccadasse, Nervi, and Piazza Principe. Each area offers unique features, as you can find in the information above.
How much does a university residence cost in Genoa?
The cost of student residences in Genoa varies. Generally, prices are around €350 per month, but it can depend on location and amenities. You should compare all available options to get the best deal.
Why go on Erasmus to Genoa?
Genoa offers a unique blend of sea and mountains, along with a pleasant climate, making it a spectacular place to study. It’s one of the cheapest cities for students wanting to spend some time in Italy. Plus, its high quality of education is another key point for choosing this destination!

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