Student Accommodation Athens
Athens offers a rich history of trivia and facts including the first university chartered and supported by state funds, The University of Georgia. Athens’s quality of life is one of the most compelling reasons to relocate to Athens, GA. Casita has hundreds of rooms in the city, check out multiple room types in our 3 accommodation options or ask for private lets. Casita offers you a wide range of student accommodation in Athens for you to choose from according to your needs and budget.
Why Book Student Accommodation in Athens?
With sunny weather, a low cost of living, and a historic downtown, Athens, GA is one of the classic cities of the South. Home to the University of Georgia campus and named the Number One Retirement Destination by Fortune Magazine. Discover Athen’s premier golf and country club community, The Georgia Club. They offer a selection of custom homes that combine classic Southern living with essential modern amenities.
Universities in Athens:
3 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away
South Lumpkin at Earth Fare Inbound bus station is just 3-minutes away
Places of interest: Athens Memorial Dog Park and Memorial Park
What Are Some Must-Visit Places in Athens?
The Iron Horse located in a large field is perfect for you to take some fun scenic pictures and horse around. Try climbing on top of it because this is the type of art you can touch!
Go to Sanford Stadium, which is a massive part of the UGA college experience, nonetheless. Even when it isn’t football season, it’s still fun to visit and take pictures!
Visit The Double-Barreled Cannon; a unique landmark in Athens is the Double-Barreled Cannon. The cannon was created during the Civil War and though it was never used in a battle. However, it still made its mark in Athens.
Transportation in Athens
Athens Transit is a public bus system in the city of Athens, Georgia. The system began in 1976, and there are now 20 routes that run across the city. $1.75 is the normal fare.
Athens Transit was known as "The Bus," but in 2018, it was rebranded as "Athens-Clarke County Transit" since it was one of the few surviving A-CC services that did not include the words "Athens-Clarke."
Most roads are laid up as loops and the outbound buses do not return on the same streets on a particular route. Major streets usually have two roads servicing them: one outbound and one inbound, which can be confusing. The Athens Multi-Modal Transportation Center, which was erected in 2006 on a brownfield near the North Oconee River, is where most routes end. The Multi-Modal Center won the American Institute of Steel Construction's 2007 Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture award, and it's built to support a future "Brain Train" to Atlanta.
Other Student Accommodation In USA:
Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Dallas, Casita offers student accommodation in these cities in the USA:
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