It is located on the corner of City Road, in the heart of the city centre, a short 5 minutes drive to Cardiff University. Capitol shopping centre and the Motorpoint Arena are nearby, and Cardiff Queen train station is next to the property.
It is a short walk from both Cardiff University and the University of South Wales. The location is surrounded by many great parks to enjoy and many entertainment venues to visit. There are many social events to participate in to help you make new friends easily, with a particular themed private on-site dining area as well.
It is a 20-minute walk from Cardiff University, a 10-minute stroll from the University of South Wales, and a 10-minute bus trip from Cardiff Metropolitan University. There are many transportation options within close proximity to the building to provide you with hassle-free connections. Howard Gardens is a short stroll away, where you can enjoy a picturesque walk.
It is just a 5-minute walk to Cardiff University Cathays Campus and a 10-minute walk to the University of South Wales (USW). The property boasts a central location on St Andrew's Lane, a short distance from the bustling Cardiff city centre. The property is only a 16-minute walk to Cardiff Central station, which offers swift transportation services to London, Swansea, and Birmingham if you are looking for an unforgettable weekend.
Zenith student housing in Cardiff is just a 7-minute stroll to the University of South Wales and a 19-minute walk to Cardiff University. The property is located within the main hub Capital Quarter, where you will find many restaurants, shops, and cafes to enjoy. Zenith is conveniently located within easy walking distance from the main shopping district of the vibrant city. The accommodation is designed with the highest quality and with every student's comfort in mind. Living here will be an unforgettable experience in the spacious communal areas that even feature a Karaoke room to show off those hidden talents.
It is just a 5-minute walk to the University of South Wales, a 12-minute walk to Cardiff University, and a 28-minute bus ride to Cardiff Metropolitan University. There are many transport links available nearby to connect you to the city's famous spots. The building boasts many rooms with stunning views of the harbour.
Located just 300 km from London, right at the end of the River Severn, Cardiff is the 10th largest city in the UK and the largest in Wales. It was named the capital of Wales in 1955, which makes it among the newest capitals. The weather in Cardiff, UK, is rarely extreme during the year, with July being the hottest month and January the coldest. Historical, cultural, modern, fashionable, and convenient are just some of the terms used to describe this vibrant and breathtaking city. The city is known for its many sporting events in football as well as rugby at Cardiff City Stadium and Cardiff’s iconic Millenium Stadium, which features the world’s biggest sliding roofs. Fans of Cardiff FC will definitely enjoy living in the Welsh capital.
International students who choose to live and study in Cardiff will get to witness a city with a rich history and culture. There are a lot of things to do in Cardiff. A break from studying will be needed from time to time, so having a Castle Key will be quite handy. It allows free admission and exclusive discounts for 3 years to Cardiff Castle, one of the most famous Cardiff attractions. It is a true architectural gem. Cardiff Bay is another destination that offers endless activities and eateries; walking by the waters is dreamy on its own. It is estimated that more than 10 million tourists visit the bay every single year, and as a university student in Cardiff, access is easily granted all year.
Shopping in Cardiff is another major highlight. St David’s shopping centre is one of the largest in the UK, with 1.4 million square feet of great shops, cafes, entertainment venues, and restaurants to experience the great Cardiff nightlife. Cardiff Market is interesting as well, which has been trading unique products since the 1700s.
Cardiff is only a two-and-half-hour train ride to London, allowing residents and students easy access to the capital in order to spend a day or a weekend there. Cardiff also has an international airport so residents can fly to many destinations in the UK and Europe. Since Cardiff is quite a compact city, walking is one of the best ways to navigate it. The city has many excellent transport bus and train networks so you do not have to worry about getting around the city.