Quiet room with a single bed, a large desk, shelves and a big wardrobe for your clothes.
Seasonal booking applies:
Important: please read landlord policies before booking.
This shared exterior 4-bedroom apartment with rooms available for rent is based on Calle Seminario, right in Granada city centre. All bedrooms are fully furnished, featuring large desks, perfect for your studies and plenty of storage for your belongings. The tenants will have access to a shared bathroom, equipped with a shower, a living room with a dining area and a balcony with fourth-floor views of the street. As you will be located in Granada city centre, you will have easy access to University of Granada and the train station. You will also be able to enjoy the best of what Granada has to offer, from plazas and historical buildings to nightclubs. The area of the apartment is 100 m².
Tenancy period: bookings must be for one of the periods as follows:
Important: the price shown applies to rental periods of 5 months or longer. If you stay for less than 5 months, you will be charged the price for a 5 month stay, which will then be divided equally between each month of your stay. For example: The room is €200 per month for stays of 5 months or longer. You book for 2 months. Your rent will be 5 months at €200 = €1000, divided evenly between the 2 months of your stay, = €500 per month. Note: in the months of July and August, stays of less than 5 months are permitted for the monthly price shown on the advert.
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Your exotic, romantic, and central home
True tales of kings and queens.
A bastion of a palace standing tall in the background.
Granada has an incredible legacy. It persists throughout history.
Will you spend your day in awe of the amazing cathedral? Or head out shopping on Gran Vía? The choice is yours.
Granada is yours.
What can I do here?
Marvel at the Alhambra from below, in Plaza de Santa Ana.
Lose yourself in the grandeur of the Cathedral.
The Alcaicería is a souq-like maze of streets, a vestige of Granada’s Moorish past. Look out for the intricately painted blue-and-green pottery.
Daydream of the exploits of the Catholic Kings, Isabel and Ferdinand.
You live somewhere spectacular.
Soak it in.
A quote by poet Francisco A. de Icaza has become a motto of the city:
Give him alms, woman, for there is nothing sadder in life than being blind in Granada
Can I afford it?
€–€€€ (budget friendly–expensive)
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