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Student Accomodation in Portugal

With a history spanning more than 800 years, Portugal is among the oldest nation-states in the world. Portugal, which lies on Europe's southwest coast, and its capital city, Lisbon, have been at the epicentre of several waves of "globalisation" connecting Europe to Africa, the Americas, and Asia. For years, Portugal has been on the radar of travel companies and international students. People fall in love with its superb cuisine, rich culture, welcoming residents, higher-education institutions, and pleasant weather all year long.

Casita Student Residences in Portugal

Casita offers inexpensive student accommodation in Portugal with a range of options to suit students' needs. You may socialise with your peers, meet new people, and take advantage of services like shops, study spaces, game rooms, gyms, and laundry facilities when you live in a shared residence with common areas.

Below are our most popular student accommodations in Portugal.

  1. Benfica

This student accommodation in Portugal offers all-inclusive bills, a concierge, round-the-clock CCTV and security, Wi-Fi, a gym, study areas, a private garden, laundry facilities, and accessible amenities. Your car can park outside in ample space. This Lisbon student residence is only a 15-minute walk from the European University of Lisbon and a 5-minute walk from the Polytechnical Institute of Lisbon. It is situated in a bustling neighbourhood with a variety of shops.

  1. Campus Asperla

This Porto student residence offers all-inclusive bills, round-the-clock reception, Wi-Fi, an on-site gym, a movie theatre, study spaces, an on-site gaming room, and laundry facilities. You can charge your electric car outside the building's parking lot if you need to. The distance between the University of Porto and the ISEP, or Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, is 13 minutes by bus and 15 minutes by car, respectively. The distance to Universidade Portucalense is 12 minutes.

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Popular Cities in Portugal

  1. Lisbon

Lisbon had become a hub for Portuguese exploration by the 15th century, having once been a distant outpost at what was once supposed to be the furthest limit of the known globe. Lisbon is Portugal's capital and largest city. More than 500,000 people live in this city, which is situated on seven hills and has more than 20 centuries of history and tales to tell. Lisbon combines various cultures, trends, and lifestyles to display numerous differences between the historical and modern eras.

  1. Porto

One of the oldest cities in Europe, Porto is situated along the estuary of the Douro River. In 1996, UNESCO designated its historical centre (Riberinha) as a World Heritage Site. Portugal gets its name from the city of Porto, which has a lengthy and rich history. The city is distinguished for its rich heritage, distinctive tourist attractions, and delectable cuisine. The city, like the rest of Portugal, has a diversified culture.

  1. Evora

A rich and diverse cultural history that has been developed and preserved over time is the legacy of Évora, a historic city located in the centre of Alentejo. Its origins can be directly linked to the Romans. The architecture of the white houses, the tiles, and the balconies are among the features of Evora. These characteristics make Evora the best example of a city in the prime of Portuguese history following the destruction of Lisbon in the 1755 earthquake.

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