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Shared apartments, spare rooms and roommates in Seville

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Room at RAMON CARANDE,6

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Room at Calle Sol,

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Room at Calle Tarfia

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Room at Calle Porvenir, 41013 Sevilla, Spain

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Room at Plaza Marina Española

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Room at C. Santo Ángel

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Room at Calle Granate, Las Avenidas

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Room at C. Terral

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Room at Calle Doctor Delgado Roig, San José Obrero

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Room at Calle Don Fadrique, Doctor Barraquer

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Room at Calle Bolonia, El Cano-Bermejales

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Room at C. Camilo José Cela

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Room at C. Bami, 11, 41013 Sevilla, Spain

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Room at Calle Azafrán,

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Room at C. Castillo de Alcala de Guadaira

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Room at Avenida Santa Cecilia, Barrio León

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Flatshare in Seville

This Andalusian capital is a popular destination for Erasmus students who want to enjoy a city with good weather, history, charm and a wide range of activities and events. Thanks to this, shared apartments in Seville are common among international students, as it allows you to interact closely with your roommates with whom you will be able to make different plans in the city.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Seville2487€530
Residence Seville408€802
Studio Seville204€761
Entire place Seville372€1622
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When looking for a shared flat in Seville you have to look at who your flatmates are going to be. The most convenient thing is that you find people with similar habits and hobbies, but also remember that you can take advantage of this experience to learn from your colleagues and their way of life.

Advantages and disadvantages of sharing a flat in Seville

Living in a shared flat has its pros and cons. In this section we will tell you which are the most outstanding:

Advantages of sharing a flat in Seville

  • If you become good friends with your flatmates you will always have someone to make plans with, something that is never lacking in Seville.

  • Sharing a flat with students of different nationalities will allow cultural and linguistic exchanges.

  • Moving to a new city is always a challenge, something that is easier to face when living with other students who are in the same situation.

  • By having a lower rental cost, you will be able to live in neighbourhoods with better locations and services, such as the old town, La Macarena or Triana.

Disadvantages of sharing a flat in Seville 

  • Seville is a very hot city and if you live with people who do not like to turn on the air conditioning in summer it can be a problem.

  • The apartments in Seville are not usually very spacious and the areas of the house such as the living room and kitchen are shared. Depending on how many live in the apartment, you may always be accompanied in these spaces.

  • The floors can be a bit unkempt, as the owners know that many students do not take care of the space as they should.

Erasmus App for your exchange programme in Seville 

The European Commission has created an app for Erasmus+ that you will be able to use at different times during your exchange. Before arriving at your destination you will be able to find out about activities, read student experiences and carry out the necessary procedures. When you are at your destination you will be able to continue using it to contact other Erasmus students, validate subjects, among other services.

How to meet people in Seville 

The easiest way to meet people in Seville is to share a flat. This way you will be surrounded by other young people when you arrive in the city and not feel alone. Other ways to meet people are:

Student associations in Seville

There are different associations in Seville that help international students. Many of the universities have their association or department, and you will also be able to form part of the ESN (Erasmus Student Network) in Seville. In all of them, you will be able to meet students with interests similar to yours.

Facebook groups for Erasmus in Seville

On Facebook, you will find several groups dedicated to Erasmus in Seville. Some of them are general, that is, they have information of all kinds, and others are according to the academic year. In them, you will be able to take the opportunity to contact young people and ask any questions you have.

WhatsApp groups for Erasmus in Seville 

Both the ESN and the different Facebook groups in Seville have created WhatsApp groups that you will be able to join. In these groups, you will be aware of all the news, of the different activities that you can be part of and of other students who are going to go to the Andalusian city at the same time as you.

Tips for living in a shared apartment in Seville

We give you some tips so that sharing an apartment with flatmates in Seville is a positive experience:

  • If you are lucky enough to have flatmates from Seville, you will surely share your day with a kind, happy and open person. And if you know how to cook Andalusian food, you will be able to enjoy delicious cuisine!

  • Seville is very hot in summer, so we recommend that you look for an apartment with air conditioning. We also recommend that you establish a usage schedule with your colleagues, so that the electricity bill does not surprise anyone.

  • The Andalusian capital has a lot of atmospheres. Remember to find out if your roommates plan to go out a lot at night or if they are more laid back, so you know what their lifestyle is like.

Frequently asked queries about sharing a flat in Seville 

How much does a shared flat cost in Seville?
The average cost of a flat with several rooms to share is usually more than €1,000 per month, to be divided among those who live there. For its part, a room in a shared apartment has an average price of €350-400 per month.
Where to look for shared flats in Seville?
In the Erasmus Play search engine, you will be able to rent both individual rooms in shared flats and complete apartments in which you will later be able to find your flatmates.
How to meet people in Seville?
Three options to meet people in Seville are through student associations, such as the ESN, and by joining Erasmus student groups on Whatsapp or Facebook.
Why share a student flat in Seville?
You will be able to have a more fun experience, with the possibility of making different plans regularly. You will also be able to choose accommodation in a more central neighbourhood, since the cost of renting it is cheaper than studio apartments, for example.
How to choose ideal roommates in Seville?
Conduct interviews and look for peers with similar lifestyles, whether you like sports, parties, a quieter life, etc. Also pay attention to the schedules that each one has, the interests and the rules of the house.

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