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Room at Via Cinzano, Madonna del Pilone

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Information about Turin

Have you chosen Turin as your study destination? Are you looking for accommodation in this Italian city? Well, grab a pen and paper because we’re going to guide you through the types of accommodation available, the best neighbourhoods to stay in, and answer your questions about moving to Turin.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Turin1442€493
Residence Turin5€780
Studio Turin315€884
Entire place Turin502€1276
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Before you head off on your Erasmus adventure, you need a place to stay, so let’s tackle that first!

Student apartments for rent in Turin

Finding a student rental apartment in Turin isn’t difficult, but it’s a good idea to start your search early because the best accommodations get booked out quickly.

You can rent an entire apartment for yourself or share with friends if you are accompanied. While renting a whole apartment can be more expensive than renting a room or sharing a flat, it offers more comfort.

One of the great things about renting your own apartment is that you can invite friends over and enjoy more freedom, something that you might not get in a student residence. If you prefer not to share and you can afford it, you have some options like renting a one bedroom apartment or a studio flat for yourself. Just be prepared for rental costs of around €250 to €400 per month.

It’s quite common for some landlords to include utilities like water and electricity in the rent. To avoid any surprises, make sure to ask about this to your future landlord through our partners’ website.

Student rooms for rent in Turin

Renting a private or shared room is without a doubt the top choice for Erasmus students in Turin. There are plenty of verified and available options when looking for spare rooms in shared flats. The price is much lower, making your stay in the city more affordable.

Prices will vary according to the amenities of the room. For example, rooms with private bathrooms might cost more, and the location will also impact the rent price. Keep in mind that the closer to the city centre, the more expensive it becomes.

We believe that being well communicated is important and Turin has excellent public transport, so renting a room a bit farther from the centre can save you money without any hassle.

Use Erasmus Play to find student rooms for rent in Turin, with real photos of each place. You’ll find various options with different prices, so you can compare and choose the accommodation that offers the best value for money. Plus, in Erasmus Play you’ll only find verified accommodation to avoid any sort of frauds.

Student accommodation in Turin

Most student accommodation in Turin is found inside buildings known as palazzo. If you’re lucky, you might even find a room with a balcony or terrace. However, don’t expect to find many buildings with elevators, they are rare in this city.

Turin is divided into five neighbourhoods, known as Municipalita, each with its own vibe. Check out the most central neighbourhoods in Turin and see the best areas for living and finding student accommodation in the city.

Apartments for rent in La Crocetta

La Crocetta is a favourite when looking for rental apartments in Turin.It’s in Municipalita 1, a central area close to all the services and nightlife. Definitely consider this neighbourhood when searching for rental apartments for your Erasmus stay.

Apartments in Vanchiglia

Located in Municipalita 4, Vanchiglia is another popular area thanks to its proximity to the city centre. Many consider it to be one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods in Turin and see it a privilege to stay there.

Rooms for rent in Lingotto

Surrounding via Nizza we find Lingotto, known for its shopping centre. It’s perfect for Erasmus students studying at the Polytechnic of Turin since it’s nearby.

Erasmus accommodation in Turin Centre

Turin’s city centre is now considered as another neighbourhood. Before that, it was divided into other neighbourhoods such as Misericordia or San Filippo. It’s located in Municipalita 1, close to La Crocetta and it offers the most services within reach. The city centre is home to some of the faculties of the University of Torino. You can find more information about this university and its location in this other article. Additionally, here's a list of all the university's academic departments.

University residences in Turin

An alternative to renting flats or rooms is staying in a student residence. Many universities in Italy offer a range of residences for people from all over the world, so it’s best to check with the university you’ll be attending.

In the case of Turin, you should know that Italian students from other towns have priority. In fact, expect a long waiting list to get a room.

Some student residences in Turin include Olimpia University Residence, the University Residence Borsellino, and EDISU Giulia di Barolo University Residence.

Frequently asked questions about studying in Turin

Where to live in Turin?
Downtown can be the most comfortable place to stay but also the most expensive. Turin has many beautiful areas with great public transport connections, making it easy to live in different neighbourhoods even if they are a bit further out.
How much does a student flat cost in Turin?
A one bedroom apartment in Turin can cost up to €700. However, using the Erasmus Play search engine, the options are varied and you can find something cheaper from €300 to €400.
How to find cheap accommodation in Turin?
Use the Erasmus Play search engine and forget about your worries. We have a wide selection of student accommodation in Turin to suit all tastes and budgets. We compare all the verified flats for you so you don't waste time searching!
What's the cost of living in Turin?
Living in Turin is not as expensive as we might think if we compare it with cities like Rome or Milan. With a rent of around €350, total monthly expenses can be around €700 and €800.
Why share a flat in Turin?
Renting an entire apartment in Turin is not suitable for all budgets, so sharing a flat becomes a great option. Not only can you save money but it’s a great way to meet new people and experience different cultures.

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