Living in this student housing in Leicester you will be just an 8-minute walk from De Montfort University and a 22-minute bus ride from the University of Leicester. Leicester International Pathway College (LIPC) will be just a 3-minute stroll away. The picturesque Victoria Park will be 30 minutes away via an easy bus ride. Leicester railway station will be 17 minutes walk away; it's the closest one to the building.
Regents Court Leicester student residence is located just a 17-minute walk to the University of Leicester and it will take you only 9 minutes on foot to reach De Montfort University. Your new home features a central location in this vibrant city within close proximity to many excellent transport options. The picturesque Nelson Mandela Park is conveniently a short stroll away, which means it's easier than ever to enjoy your morning jog before heading to class.
Living here you will be close to the buzzing city centre, just a 5-minute walk from De Montfort University and 20 minutes walk from the University of Leicester. Leicester railway station will be just 12-minute walk away and you can use it to travel anywhere you want. It has excellent transport links with a One-Stop-Shop right at your doorstep. There's a Leicester Market and Tesco Express nearby too.
It is just a 1-minute stroll to De Montfort University Hugh Aston Building and a 21-minute walk to the University of Leicester. Leicester International Pathway College (LIPC) is a 14-minute walk away as well and Leicester railway station is just 13 minutes walk away. This student residence is just 10 minutes away from Bede Park and the Castle Park is also minutes away.
Leicester, UK, is located in the East Midlands at the edge of the National Forest in Leicestershire county. It is one of the oldest cities in the country with history and architecture dating back to the Roman and Medieval times. Leicester’s population is currently about 330,000, which makes it the most populated city in the UK Midlands region. Leicester’s weather swings from warm to mild during the summer and is cold in winter. Rain can be expected at any time of the year and generally slight sunshine.
Student life in Leicester is never boring with a great café culture in the city, along with a variety of restaurants and exciting nightlife options from international theatre and comedy to live music. There are many festivals and cultural events throughout the year for you to explore. The city has more than 130 parks; each one of them has its own unique character with historical ruins, waterways, sports fields, flower gardens, and wildlife. Sports fans can follow the city’s football team Leicester City FC.
Leicester has great shopping areas ranging from various boutiques and markets to high-street brands. The Haymarket Shopping Centrehas a variety of fashion stores all under one roof, while Leicester Markethas over 700 years of history; it offers fresh produce of fruits, vegetables, and seafood.
Leicester is well-connected with great rail and road links to the rest of the UK. A train ride from Leicester to London is just over an hour. Other cities near Leicester include Nottingham, Coventry, and Birmingham. Leicester has extensive public transport links within the city itself for hassle-free connections.