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Student Accommodation Vilnius

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35 mins by public transport to Central Vilnius
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Vibrant Stylish Complex w/ Coworking + Gym
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From €821
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17 mins by public transport to Central Vilnius
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Outstanding Stunning Complex w/ Terrace + Coworking
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19 mins by public transport to Central Vilnius
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As a student, when you move to a new and foreign city to pursue an education, it can be a bit challenging. Additionally, finding good and affordable student accommodation can be even more of a hassle. Worry not, though, Casita is here to help! Casita helps students find their ideal accommodation in different cities all over the world through a completely free-of-charge service. So if you’re looking for student accommodation in Vilnius, seek the help of our accommodation experts and 24-hour multilingual support team to secure the perfect accommodation that best suits your needs. 

Why Book Student Accommodation in Vilnius?

Vilnius is Lithuania's capital and largest city. The city is classified as a Gamma global city and is mainly known for its culture and architecture, which is shown in its Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Vilnius was named a European Capital of Culture in 2021 and is ranked among the top 25 Global Cities of The Future, as it’s one of the most forward-thinking cities with great potential. Vilnius is home to several higher education institutions, including technical schools, colleges, and some of Europe’s top-ranked universities, all of which provide students with high-quality education and attract both local and international students to study and live in Vilnius.

Universities in Vilnius

Casita has some options for student accommodation in Vilnius close to the city’s top-ranked universities and renowned learning institutions. Below are some of the options you can check out and choose from.

Vilnius University

  • Casita has three available options for student accommodation in Vilnius near this university.

  • Arkikatedra and Dailės akademija are two of many surrounding bus stops, both of which are located a five-minute walk away from campus.

  • Nearby attractions include Gediminas Castle Tower and Cathedral Square. 

Mykolas Romeris University

  • There are three available student accommodation options offered by Casita close to this university.

  • Mykolo Romerio universitetas is a nearby bus stop located three minutes away on foot. 

  • The university’s surrounding attractions include The Bastion of Vilnius City Wall and Pilaite Windmill.


Vilnius Academy of Arts

  • Casita offers three options for student accommodation in Vilnius in close proximity to this academy.

  • Several bus stops surround this academy, including Vilnios st. and Bernardinų sodas, which are located one and five minutes away respectively.

  • The academy’s nearby attractions include the Lithuanian National Museum of Art and the Church Heritage Museum.

ISM University of Management and Economics

  • About three Casita student accommodation options are located in close proximity to this university.

  • This university is surrounded by a number of bus stops, including Rūdninkų st. and Bazilijonų st., both of which are located within a three-minute walking distance.

  • Bastion Hill and Vilnius Museum of Illusions are among this university’s surrounding attractions.

Vilnius College

  • Casita provides students with around three student accommodation options near this college.

  • Of the college’s surrounding transit stops, Panorama and Latvių st. are both located a two-minute walk away from campus.

  • Nearby attractions include the Museum of Occupations and Freedom Fights and Cathedral Square.

Vilnius College of Technologies and Design

  • There are three available options for student accommodation in Vilnius provided by Casita near this college.

  • Šilo tiltas and Petro Vileišio st. are two nearby transit stops located a minute away from campus.

  • The college’s surrounding attractions include Gediminas Castle Tower and Uzupis.

Student Life in Vilnius

Moving to a new and foreign place like Vilnius as a student to pursue an education could prove tricky, this is why we’re here to answer some of the questions you might find yourself asking about student life in Vilnius.

Is Vilnius Good for Students?

Vilnius is a fast-growing city with more and more opportunities opening up every day. It’s a city of history, architecture, and culture, the latter of which is showcased in Vilnius’ museums, art galleries, and annually held festivals and events. The city’s universities and higher education institutions are top-ranked on the QS scale and provide both local and international students with a high-quality education. Additionally, the city has been ranked by students among the top 100 cities for students in terms of diversity, culture, affordability, and inclusion among other aspects. 

Is Vilnius Cheap?

Vilnius is a relatively cheap city. Despite being a capital city and a fast-growing metropolitan, Vilnius remains affordable for students to live and study there. You need an average of 500 EUR per month to cover most of your living expenses, including food, clothes, transportation, leisure, and even accommodation if you manage to get a good and affordable deal. 

Is Vilnius A Good Place to Live?

Despite being a lively city with a vibrant atmosphere, Vilnius still has the feel of a large town. Getting from one place to another in the city is easy and requires little to no hassle; there’s barely any traffic and the streets are often not so busy. The city is also relatively safe with a low crime rate. Vilnius is surrounded by forests, so you get to live in a big city, while still enjoying nature. Additionally, Vilnius' cultural background makes for an entertaining life there, with several events, festivals, and concerts being occasionally held there. 

Transportation in Vilnius

There are several ways for you to get around in Vilnius. The city has multiple means of transportation that connect different parts of the city together as well as connect Vilnius with other Lithuanian and European cities. There are a couple of car-sharing services available in Vilnius, one of which only rents electric vehicles, which are abundantly available in Vilnius with tens of charging stations spread out across city grounds, while the other rents cars, bicycles, or motorcycles. Car-sharing services users get free parking, fuel, and insurance; they are only required to pay for the time of usage and the distance travelled. Car-sharing services allow for both long and short-term rentals and are activated via a mobile app. Buses are another way to get around the city; the Vilnius bus network is made up of over 250 buses and 260 trolleybuses with around 100 different routes. Short-term and long-term bus tickets are available and can be bought on board, from shops, or at newspaper stands. The ticket prices range from 0.65 to 1.00 EUR with student discounts being available for you to make use of. Vilnius is serviced by an airport with flights to major European cities; it has 50 different destinations in 25 countries. There’s also a railway system and multiple motorways connecting Vilnius to other cities in Lithuania and Europe in general.

Must-Visit Places in Vilnius 

Lithuania’s capital, Vilnius, is a beautiful city known for its architecture and culture. There are several places that are worth visiting in this city that you should stop by at least once during your stay there. The city’s most notable attractions include The Bastion of Vilnius City Wall, which is a museum telling the story and depicting the history of Lithuania’s defence practices and weaponry. Vilnius’ National Gallery of Art is a multifunctional arts and cultural centre showcasing collections of Lithuanian artwork, such as paintings, sculptures, graphics, photographs, and illustrations among others. The city’s five-century old landmark, the Church of St. Anne, is the most beautiful, most famous, and most visited attraction in Vilnius. It’s a free-entrance attraction that harbours a lot of history and is considered a symbol of the city. Another historic and architectural attraction in Vilnius is The Cathedral Basilica of St. Stanislaus and St. Ladislaus, which is located in the heart of the city and houses the Church Heritage Museum, exploring the history of the place. The Hill of The Three Crosses is a national Vilnius monument that’s 12-metre tall and considered a symbol of national identity. Vilnius is a city with a lot of greenery and natural scenery, which is clearly shown in its numerous surrounding forests, parks, and gardens. These include the Botanical Garden of Vilnius University, Pavilniai Regional Park, and Vingis Park. There are plenty of activities to take part in during your stay at Vilnius, including a nice stroll along the Neris River, browsing the produce and shopping for local products at Hales Market, and visiting one of the smallest republics in the world, Užupis. These only scratch the surface of places to visit and things to do in Vilnius, the city has plenty more to offer, make sure to uncover all its hidden gems while there.

Nearby Student Accommodation in Lithuania 

Casita has several available options for student accommodation in Vilnius. Not only that, but we also have a variety of available options for student accommodation in Lithuania's other cities, including Klaipeda

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