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Shared apartments, spare rooms and roommates in Valencia

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Room at Carrer d'Eduard Boscà

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Room at Avinguda de Peris i Valero, 165, 46005 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Carrer del Monestir de Poblet, 18, 3o puerta 10, 46015 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Av.de la Malva-Rosa, 106, Poblados Marítimos, 46011 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Carrer Pintor Joan Baptista Porcar, Torrefiel

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Room at Carrer de Sant Vicent de Paül

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Room at Carrer de la Democràcia, 46018 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Carrer de l'Almirall Cadarso, 46005 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Avinguda de la Malva-Rosa, 106, 46011 Valencia, Spain

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Room at Calle Explorador Andrés, Ciudad Jardín

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Room at Carrer del Monestir de Poblet, 18, 3o puerta 10, 46015 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Carrer d'Abén al Abbar, 6, 4o puerta 25, Camins al Grau, 46021 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Carrer del Naturalista Rafael Cisternes

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Room at Avinguda Valladolid, Benimaclet

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Room at Carrer de Guillem de Castro

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Room at Carrer Mestre Palau, 46008 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Carrer dels Lleons, 46022 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Carrer del General San Martín

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Room at C/ de Miguel Servet, 4, Campanar, 46015 València, Valencia, Spain

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Room at Calle Beatriz Tortosa

Flatshare in Valencia

Valencia is the third most popular Spanish city for international students, following Madrid and Barcelona. This high demand for accommodation drives up prices, so many students choose to live in shared flats to save on rent and bills.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Valencia8093€443
Residence Valencia49€791
Studio Valencia472€1198
Entire place Valencia1740€1708
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The roommates you live with in Valencia can become some of your closest friends since you’ll be sharing daily life with them. Therefore, it's essential to find a flat where everyone has a similar lifestyle to avoid conflicts.

Advantages and disadvantages of sharing a flat in Valencia

If you are considering sharing a flat with other students in Valencia, here are some pros and cons to keep in mind:

Advantages of sharing a flat in Valencia

  • You’ll meet other students as soon as you arrive in the city, so you’ll be accompanied from the beginning.
  • Save on rent and utility bills, making it more affordable to live in popular student neighbourhoods like Eixample of Benimaclet.
  • Living with people from different parts of the world offers a unique chance to learn about different cultures and customs. Take the opportunity to learn more about their lifestyle and language!

Disadvantages of sharing a flat in Valencia

  • Arguments can arise if house rules about visits, smoking, pets, and noise aren't clear.
  • It can be challenging to get roommates to stick to cleaning and tidying schedules.
  • Your room will be your only private space, so make sure to make it cosy and personalise it to your liking.

Erasmus Apps for your exchange in Valencia

The European Commission is promoting the use of an Erasmus+ app, which helps students plan their mobility. This app provides assistance with procedures, answers to common questions, and access to various services, discounts, and even tips and experiences from previous students.

How to meet people in Valencia

Besides interacting with your flatmates, there are several ways to meet people in Valencia. Here are some of them:

Student associations in Valencia

The universities that receive the most Erasmus each year are associated with ESN (Erasmus Student Network). Thanks to this, you’ll have access to different events and activities organised for Erasmus students, where you can meet others with similar interests. Two prominent universities with ESN support are the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Valencia. There are other associations in the city, but these are primarily aimed at international students.

Facebook groups for Erasmus students in Valencia

There are various Facebook groups for Erasmus students, some specific to the season you'll be there and others more general. These groups are a great way to meet people and find information about Valencia.

WhatsApp groups for Erasmus students in Valencia

In Valencia, there are plenty of WhatsApp groups to join if you want to meet people with common interests. For example, there are groups for different sports like volleyball or soccer, parties and events, the LGBT community, and students of different nationalities.

Tips for living in a shared apartment in Valencia

Here are some recommendations if you’re going to live in a shared flat in Valencia:

  • Valencians are generally open and cheerful, which creates a positive living environment. Plus, living with locals can help you immerse yourself in the culture.
  • If you live in a central apartment, you can fully enjoy the Fallas de Valencia festival in mid-March. Be prepared for busy streets, celebrations, and firecrackers late into the night. The grand finale, where the Fallas are burned, happens on the last day, making a central location ideal for enjoying this vibrant event to the fullest!
  • If you prefer a quieter lifestyle, consider accommodations in neighbourhoods further from the city centre, as central areas tend to have a lively student atmosphere at night.

Frequently Asked Questions about sharing a flat in Valencia

How much does a shared flat cost in Valencia?
The price of a spare room in a shared apartment in Valencia usually averages €340 per month. An apartment with multiple rooms usually starts at €1150 per month, which is divided among the roommates.
How to find roommates in Valencia?
You can find roommates through online communities such as Erasmus Play, Facebook groups, WhatsApp groups, and even through ESN associations.
How to meet people in Valencia?
You can meet students through Facebook and Whatsapp groups, as well as
ESN events. Also, once you arrive in the city, you’ll enjoy the company of your roommates.
Why share a student flat in Valencia?
Sharing a flat allows you to connect with other students in similar situations and save on rental costs, leaving you more money for other activities and experiences.
What should I take into account when moving into a flatshare in Valencia?
Consider the lifestyle of your potential roommates to ensure compatibility in terms of parties, noise, schedules, etc. Also, ask about the house rules concerning visits and cleaning to avoid conflicts.

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