It is a 7-minute walk to Coventry University in a great location for you to enjoy. The transportation system nearby links to Warwick, making this facility the most popular location in all of Coventry. The building is a short walking distance to Coventry Cathedral and many galleries, as well as museums. The popular restaurant Nando's is right around the corner.
It is located near the city centre with Coventry University just a 15-minute walk away. Coventry College is just 14 minutes away from the building on foot, and the University of Warwick is just 28 minutes bus ride away. Your new home benefits from a great location within Coventry. Coventry station is just 30 minutes away on foot.
It is just a 12-minute walk away from Coventry University and a 20-minute car ride from the University of Warwick. The building is close to various historical sites and transport links. Coventry station is just 21 minutes walk away and there are a lot of vast green spaces within easy walking distance from the property, including Naul's Mill Park, Cash's Park, and Lady Herbert's Gardens.
It's located in the West Midlands county of central England, positioned almost exactly in the centre of the entire country. Coventry is England’s 9th biggest city and the UK’s 12th biggest city. Its population was estimated to be 418.347 in 2019.
The city’s skyline is one of the world’s most recognizable ones, with the Three Spires of Coventry: the Holy Trinity Church, Christ Church, and St Michaels. There is no shortage of unique history and rich culture that international students will get to enjoy while living in Coventry. The city has been named theUK City of Culture 2021. It is also one of the best student cities in the UK. The weather in Coventry, UK, is quite warm during the summer, with July being the hottest month of the year. Winter can be very cold and cloudy, with December being the wettest month.
The most well-known cathedral and the number one tourist attraction in Coventry, England, is St Michael’s Cathedral, which despite being damaged in the Second World War, was complemented by the Coventry Cathedral, which was completed in 1962 and stands tall next to the original. Coventry has the Rugby Union, which is arguably more popular than the national stable sport of Football.
As a famous city for arts and culture, it hosts numerous events throughout the year that include the Coventry Jazz Festival and the internationally acclaimed Godiva festival, the largest free festival in the UK, named after Lady Godiva, a historic ancestor of Coventry folk law.
A great weekend or even a day in London can easily be planned as well, since getting from Coventry to London only requires a one-hour train ride. Shopping in Coventry is also one of the highlights of living in the city, one of the many favourite things to do in Coventry. If local markets are an interest, markets in Coventry are quite unique as well.
Coventry has two world-renowned universities. Coventry University is located right in the city centre and the University of Warwick, a Russel group university member, is just outside the city and borders Warwickshire. Coventry University offers a wide range of courses. The university was known as Coventry Polytechnic back in the 1980s when it was just Coventry College of Art and currently there are more than 22,000 students attending it. The University of Warwick goes back to 1965; they currently have around 26,532 full-time students in various departments.
Getting around the city is quite easy as there are many student-friendly public transportation options in Coventry, including many bus routes and bike lanes for you if you're an avid cycler.