This small but charming city is located in the region of Castilla y León, in northwestern Spain. It is a historic city with different outstanding attractions, such as the aqueduct and the Alcazar.
It is a very welcoming city for students and receives young people from all over Spain and the world every year. In addition, its proximity to Madrid means that international young people who come to live their Erasmus experience in Segovia can enjoy all the leisure and cultural offerings of the Spanish capital.
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Most of the apartments available for rent in Segovia correspond to studio flats, that is, with capacity for one or two people (but generally with one bed). If, on the other hand, you prefer to rent an apartment to share with other students, the best option to do so is usually to find a room in a shared apartment.
That said, most student apartments for rent are usually furnished and have basic appliances like a refrigerator, oven, and microwave. Check if it has heating, especially if you are going to live there during the winter season.
Normally the cost of studio flats varies between € 500 and € 650 per month. Remember that the price depends on the characteristics it has and the location in which it is found.
This alternative is usually preferred by young internationals who move to live in Segovia for a season, for two main reasons. First of all, you will quickly meet new people to befriend and share the experience with them. Secondly, the monthly cost of rent and utility costs (water, electricity, internet, gas, etc.) is usually lower than in a complete apartment, since it is divided among all the young people who live there.
As a reference, the price of rooms in shared flats goes from € 190 onwards and can go up to € 450 per month. However, the average cost is € 270 per month.
Below we will tell you which are the neighbourhoods most chosen by international students who move to Segovia to live their Erasmus experience, as well as some of the characteristics that differentiate them.
This neighbourhood is ideal for those students who want to be close to the places of interest most frequented by young people and many of the city's historical sites. Of course, it usually has a better location for those who are going to study at the International University, whose campus is very close.
This part of the city is convenient, above all, for those students who are going to the Segovia campus of the University of Valladolid. It is located to the south of the city and is usually full of places for young people, such as affordable bars and restaurants.
This neighbourhood is located in the centre of the city, between the two universities and near the aqueduct. It stands out for having a very good atmosphere in the streets, with cafes, bars and restaurants that are full at all hours.
The following are the two universities that receive the most Erasmus students every year in this city of Castilla y León:
The Segovia campus of this institution is located located in a historic building that was declared a national heritage, the Convent of Santa Cruz la Real. This campus has a great atmosphere for international students, including sports areas and clubs for different activities. It is located near the historic centre of the city, in the San Lorenzo neighbourhood, close to many of the most interesting places in Segovia.
The Segovia campus of this university, called Campus María Zambrano, is located to the south of the city, very close to the main train station of the same. Some convenient neighborhoods to live near the University of Valladolid in Segovia are Puente Hierro, Plaza de Toros and Zona Universidad.
In this Spanish city, you will find three residences, all belonging to different organizations: the board, nuns and a private one. It seems that this is not usually the most chosen option by international young people, since they tend to rent rooms in shared flats.
|How much does a student room cost in Segovia?|
|The average cost of rooms in shared flats is usually around € 250-270 per month. However, remember that the price always depends on both the characteristics of the room and the flat, as well as the location in which it can be found.|
|What are the best areas to live in Segovia as a student?|
|There are several lively areas that you can choose from when looking for accommodation in Segovia. Some of the favourites for international youth are the San Lorenzo neighbourhood, the old town, the University Zone, Plaza de Toros, Puente de Hierro and San Millán. You should know the location of your university to choose the most suitable neighbourhood for you.|
|Where to look for student accommodation in Segovia?|
|If you want to find your ideal accommodation simply and quickly, we recommend using the Erasmus Play search engine that we put at your disposal. In it, you will be able to see and compare the different types of available and verified accommodation (apartments, rooms, residences) from a multitude of accommodations providers. You will also be able to make the reservation 100% with total safety.|
|What is the approximate monthly expense for a student in Segovia?|
|The average budget for a student in Segovia is usually around € 650 per month, including expenses for food, leisure and renting a room in a shared flat. However, the monthly expense always depends on your lifestyle.|
|Why go on Erasmus to Segovia?|
|In this Spanish city, you will be able to enjoy a lively student atmosphere, sharing with many national and international students. You will be able to delve into the culture and history of the area, as well as improve your Spanish if necessary.|