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Student Accomodation in Poland

Poland Student Accommodation

Poland is a central European country with a rich history and cultural heritage. The country’s culture is influenced by France, Scandinavia, Russia, and the United States. Poland also boasts a deep religious heritage and strong connections to the Roman Catholic Church. It is a country steeped in traditions and hosts annual events and festivals that represent the culture of its people. 

There are plenty of things to get up to in Poland, including visiting churches, museums, and art galleries, as well as frequenting market towns and some of the country’s many UNESCO World Heritage sites. The country is also home to a number of top-ranked universities and world-renowned institutions, along with internationally-recognised student cities that attract both local and international students with the promise of high-quality education.

So, if you are looking to start your study abroad experience in this country, leave your student accommodation in Poland up to us! 

Casita Student Residence in Poland

Casita provides students with affordable student accommodation in Poland, featuring a wide range of options to suit students' needs. Bike storage, on-site laundry, cleaning services, an on-site security team, all-inclusive bills, outdoor areas, communal spaces, and many more services and facilities can be found within our Poland student accommodation options.

Check out our most popular student accommodation in Poland:


This Poland student accommodation in Krakow has a variety of room types for students to choose from, including single rooms, en-suite rooms, studios, and flats. The property is located a short distance from Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University.

The services at this property include a communal area, an on-site gym, a sauna, a Jacuzzi, a rooftop terrace, an art room, a yoga room, a game room, and a 24/7 gym. There is also a fully-equipped music room as well as a TV room, study room, laundry room, and bike storage. The building has an on-site management team to help you with your enquiries as well as 24/7 security. All utility bills are included in the rent, and Wi-Fi is available for free. A grocery store is located on-site. 

Vibrant Urban Apt

This Wroclaw student accommodation features en-suite rooms and is located near a number of cafes, restaurants, stores, and transit stops. The facilities provided by this Worclaw student home include Wi-Fi, a chillout area, an outdoor space, a terrace, a co-working space, cleaning services, lunch and dinner (chargeable), a washer and dryer, and a meeting room. 

Booking a Student Room with Casita

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Popular Cities in Poland


Located on the River Vistula, Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. The city is home to Poland’s central institutions of the national government as well as the residence of the Polish president. The city is also home to writers, artists, and musicians, as well as an array of cultural institutions, museums, and art galleries. 

While in Warsaw, you can visit the National Museum, the Zachęta National Gallery of Art, the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, the National Philharmonic Orchestra, and the National Opera. You can also attend the Warsaw Autumn Festival of contemporary orchestral and choral music.


Also located on the Vistula River, Krakow is one of Poland’s oldest cities as well as its second-largest city. The city has been cited as one of Europe’s most beautiful, with its Old Town being recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Krakow is a centre of culture, art, the economy, and academia, which is clearly shown in the city’s most notable attractions.

Krakow has once been named a European Capital of Culture and has also been classified as a UNESCO City of Literature. Krakow is home to several top-ranked universities, colleges, and higher education institutions, including one of the world’s oldest universities, Jagiellonian University, all of which provide both local and international students with a high-quality education.


Lodz is the country’s third-largest city and its former industrial centre. It’s located in the central part of Poland. The city is commonly known for being home to the National Film School, which has been, and still is, a cradle for the most renowned Polish filmmakers, and is where the city gets its title as a UNESCO City of Film. 

Alongside the National Film School, Lodz is also home to several other universities, colleges, and higher education institutions that provide both local and international students with unique learning opportunities and high-quality education.

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