Bedroom 3 features a double bed, chest of drawers, shelving, wardrobe and window with a street view.
Postgraduates and professionals only.
Rooms to rent in ample 3-bedroom apartment in Camins al Grau. This property has a lot to offer at a very affordable price. The apartment is spacious and features a large living room with a comfortable couch, a dining table and wooden shelving. You can relax here after a long day of work, watch television or enjoy a nice meal with your roommates.
The bathrooms are immaculate and feature all updated amenities. The kitchen has modern appliances and plenty of storage space. Lastly, the bedrooms vary in size but each has a double bed and its own window for fresh air and natural light. The largest bedroom even has its own en-suite bathroom.
Camins al Grau is a quiet neighbourhood near some of Valencia's nicest attractions. Here, you'll have access to the spectacular Turia Gardens that run the length of the city. You can enjoy a stroll through the gardens on your way to other parts of the city. Or ride your bicycle through the gardens to the city centre - only 15 minutes. There are a number of supermarkets located nearby. For your daily bread or a delicious pastry, try Francisco Roig Pastissería. It comes highly recommended by locals.
Suitable for: Professionals
Restrictions: This property is only for Postgraduate students, Professionals
Camins al Grau Your home between the beach and the city centre
Overview Sun. Beach. Shopping. Architecture.
Living in Camins al Grau, you get the very best of Valencia.
Easy access to the mediterranean beach and the city centre. And the sinuous green snake that is the Jardí del Túria park. And the imposing sci-fi fantasy that is the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències.
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What can I do here? Go to Jardí del Túria...
This 8-kilometre long park is in an old riverbed. Trees, flowerbeds, hedges, bridges and sculptures make it the best place in Valencia to walk, run or bike. You can also reconnect with your inner child at Parque Gulliver. Google it.
Visit the stunning architecture of Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias. It’s a marvel of modern design. And it looks like a Geiger spacecraft sunk into a blue lagoon. Awesome.
Wander to Playa de las Arenas to swim and soak up the sun on the beach. The promenade is lined with bars and restaurants. Sit down to a real Valencian paella as night falls and the locals come out to play.
Blue Marina is a rooftop bar overlooking the city, the beach, the sea, the stars. Drinks start at €7 for a gin, rum or whisky. The drinks menu is ample, and they serve tapas too. Fried cheese with forest fruits for €5? We’re in.
Foodie fact: Valencia’s most renowned dish, paella, originated here in the 19th century. Be sure to try some – for an authentic paella, get yourself invited to a Valencian friend’s house on a Sunday.
Can I afford it? € (budget friendly)
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