When we visited the property, this room was occupied – we’ll get the photos next time around.
Furnished bed with a desk, storage and a cosy single bed.
Special Landlord Policies.
Looking for a room for rent in Valencia city centre? We're proud to present this shared apartment with seven bedrooms and three bathrooms, located on Carrer de les Garrigues right in the heart of Valencia. Along with seven rooms available for rent, the apartment has a living room complete with a flat-screen TV, a dining area and a small but functioning kitchen. The apartment is in an ideal location, surrounded by bus stations that can take you to University of Valencia in under 20 minutes. You will also be close to the library, plenty of restaurants, markets and bars. This is an ideal opportunity for anyone wishing to meet new people as you will be sharing the apartment with six other flatmates. Don't forget to try the delicious paella, Valencia's speciality!
The Estació del Nord, the main train station in Valencia, is a 9 minute walk away. You can reach the University of Valencia in just a few minutes by taking the bus number 81 from the Padilla - Music Peydro station. Valencia beach is just under 45 minutes away and you can reach it with the bus number 32 from the Pl. de l'Ajuntament - Barques station. Metro station Xativa, with access to lines 3, 5, and 9 which will take you to the airport, is a 7 minute walk.
Smoking permitted: no (only on balconies)
Accepted ages for tenants: 18-30 years old only
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Ciutat Vella translates to “Old City” in Valencian, and the district houses some of the city’s most important sites as well as the city’s most important neighborhood: El Carmen. Among the numerous sites you’ll find in Ciutat Vella are the Ajuntament (City Hall), Palau de la Generalitat Valenciana, Cortes Valencianas, Diputación (Palacio Batlia), and the Bolsa de Valencia (Palacio de los Boil de Arenós). The Mercat Central (the jewel of the city’s traditional markets with its Modernist architecture), a variety of famous art and cultural centers, and a number of churches including the Catedral de Valencia (la Seu), San Juan del Hospital, Santa Catalina, San Juan del Mercado, and the Basílica de los Desamparados are also located in this neighborhood. Last but not least, this is the best district to sample the orxata (horchata), a typical drink from Valencia that is made from the chufi nut, sugar, and a hint of cinnamon, ideally from the city’s 2 best horchaterías found in Plaza de Santa Catalina: El Siglo and Horchatería Santa Catalina.