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Student Accommodation Rome

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Cozy single bed in twin bedroom
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From €220
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1 hour 39 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Single bed in bright twin bedroom
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1 hour 39 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Nice single bedroom not far from Università Roma Tre
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From €260
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1 hour 42 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Single bedroom close to Città del Vaticano
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From €285
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1 hour 15 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Bed in snug twin bedroom near Garbatella metro station
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59 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Bed in cosy twin bedroom (Bed B) near Garbatella metro station
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34 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Single bedroom, with balcony, in 3-bedroom apartment
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From €300
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1 hour 55 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Homely single room in Ostiense
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From €300
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59 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Single bedroom in 4-bedroom apartment
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From €300
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56 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Bed in twin bedroom near San Giovanni metro station
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From €300
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53 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Bed in twin bedroom near San Giovanni metro station
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From €300
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53 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Single bedroom, with balcony, in 3-bedroom apartment
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1 hour 37 mins by public transport to Central Rome
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Searching for affordable student accommodation in Rome has become easier with Casita. We have several rooms in Rome, single rooms, shared rooms, ensuites, studios, and many more options. Choose your student house in Rome with the help of our multilingual supporting team. Our service is totally free!

Why Book a Student Accommodation in Rome?

The capital of Italy, Rome, is one of the most wonderful cities you can visit. The city has a glorious history that dates back to the Roman Empire. The traces of the late Roman civilization can still be found in the city’s streets, buildings, and ancient monuments. Thousands of international students live in Rome and learn in its well-known universities. The city is a popular spot for students who seek studying abroad. 

Universities in Rome:

Sapienza University of Rome

  • We have student accommodation options near Sapienza University of Rome.

  • There are many bus stations near the university, including Universita'/Scienze.

  • Some must-see landmarks nearby include Torre degli Annibaldi.

Rome Business School

  • We have student accommodation options near Rome Business School.

  • There are many bus stations near the university, including Montanelli.

  • Some must-see landmarks nearby include Casa Trilussa.

Tor Vergata University of Rome

  • There are student accommodation options within a minute walk from Tor Vergata University of Rome.

  • There are many bus stations near the university, including Cambridge/Resid. Universitaria.

Student Life in Rome:

Is Rome good for international students?

The city is one of the most popular destinations for international students and tourists. The city is enjoyable and friendly. People there are always ready to help. Also, there is no debate about the quality of the Italian cuisine.

Is Rome affordable for students?

The city is highly demanded by international students. Therefore, the cost of living there can be a bit higher than in other regions or cities in Italy. However, it depends on your lifestyle and where you choose to live. For example, the cost of living is higher in the historic centre and in some neighbourhoods like Prati, Parioli, and Corso Trieste.

Must-Visit Places in Rome:

The city is filled with ancient places to visit and tourist attractions. The Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine is the largest structure left to us by the Romans. It was a place for theatrical performances, festivals, circuses, and games. Another place to visit is the Vatican City. It is the smallest independent state in the world and the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. You should also visit The Pantheon. This is the best-preserved monument of Roman antiquity. It is 2000 years old and was rebuilt after being damaged by fire in AD 80. The Roman Forum is another one of the few places that gives you a hint of how ancient Rome looked like. Roman political and religious life was located there. Also, the courts, markets, and meeting place were centred there.

Transportation in Rome:

One of the most popular means of transportation is the metro. There are three lines of metro that connect the city's most important landmarks. However, the metro does not reach many areas in the city. So, the easiest way to move around Rome is by using the bus. There are over 350 bus lines in the city and the bus schedule tends to not be very accurate. A popular means of transportation with tourists is the city’s tram. Rome has six tram lines with a very affordable ticket pricing. You can read more about the public transport in Rome on Tripsavvy.

Nearby Student Accommodation In Rome:

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Rome, Casita also offers student accommodation in many other cities in Italy. Some of these cities are FlorenceMilanBologna, and Catania.

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