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in Porto


The city of painted tiles, imposing bridges, vibrant markets and the famous port wine, this is Porto, a city whose welcoming and lively people will ensure that you remember it forever. It’s impossible not to fall in love with this city, with its narrow streets where people call to one another from the windows; where good food, history and culture blend to offer all visitors an unforgettable experience.

If you decide to embark upon or continue your university life in Porto, you won’t regret it. You’ll have many memories and stories to tell. If you choose one of Livensa Living Porto’s two student residences, you’ll have everything you need!



Porto Campus


Livensa Living Porto Campus is the ideal place to spend your time at university near the Campus de Asprela and the city’s main faculties. At Livensa, you can live, work, study, rest and have fun, all without worrying and feeling safe. You’ll meet people like you, studying all sorts of subjects, but all searching for the same thing: to feel at home.
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Porto Boavista


Our student accommodation is the best place for you if you want to live in central Porto while still having strong connections to the main university centres. With its incredible location close to the Jardim Botânico and Casa da Música, our student accommodation is cosy, modern and fully equipped with everything you need. You’ll be able to rest, grow and share unique moments with your new friends.

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Porto Campus

Livensa Living Porto Campus is located in the heart of the Campus de Asprela, close to the city’s main faculties and only 1 minute away from the Pólo Universitário metro stop. You’ll also have access to all the transport connections you need to get to the historic city centre and the Douro riverfront.

Porto Campus: R. Dr. Manuel Pereira da Silva 236, 4200-389 Porto, Portugal

Porto Boavista

Livensa Living Porto Boavista is located in the heart of the city, just a few minutes’ walk from Polo I (Centro) and Polo III (Campo Alegre) of the university. It’s an incredible location next to the Jardim Botânico where you can enjoy concerts at the famous Casa da Música, which hosts the best musical acts in the city. The Parque da Cidade is also nearby. It’s the perfect place for walks and weekend picnics.

Porto Boavista: R. Monsenhor Fonseca Soares, 188 4150-335 Porto, Portugal

Student accommodation in Porto

Live in Porto, study anywhere you like

If you choose Porto to study, you won’t regret it. All the pieces will be in place for you to make the most of your time at university and discover all the charm of this beautiful city. Whether you are starting at university, continuing with a postgraduate programme, studying for a master’s or changing fields, you’ll have the opportunity to learn and grow as an excellent student in Porto. You’ll be within walking distance of the city centre and Porto’s main universities, so if you choose our student accommodation, you’ll be in the perfect spot to make your university experience in Porto amazing.

Here are some of the universities and schools where our residents study:

Close to everything

In the city of francesinhas, the Douro River and majestic bridges, you’ll breathe in the vibrant life of Porto. From the centre down the beautiful riverbanks that stretch out to incredible scenic views, Porto has everything you’re looking for. It has culture, history, good food – there’s so much to do, you’ll never get bored!

From Livensa Living Porto Boavista, you can stroll through the city’s central districts to the Casa da Música. From there, if you fancy a wander, head down to the banks of the Douro, where you and your friends can enjoy a glass of wine. Around Livensa Living Porto Campus, you’ll have the university and the best student scene in the city. To get to the city centre, we recommend you hop on the metro.

If you like to get out and about

Porto is the city that port wine is named after. But that’s not all; it also gave its name to Portugal, formerly called Portucale. The city is much more than this, though; the minute you set foot in Porto, you’ll discover a place with a unique charm, where ancient and modern fuse perfectly to create what is at once a cosmopolitan city and an intimate one. It’s a source of inspiration; those who visit always end up wanting to return.

And why? Because of markets like Bolhão, avenues like Aliados, churches like Carmo, bridges like Luís I and towers like Clérigos, all of which are missed by those who’ve had the chance to visit them.

A few minutes from the city, you’ll find Vila Nova de Gaia, located just across the Douro River from Porto. This area is famous for being where the port wine cellars are located. No wine lover could possibly leave the city without tasting some ofits offerings: perhaps a glass of port, or a classic vinho verde.
The more culinarily adventurous should try some of the local sandwiches called francesinhas, some tripas à moda do Porto, some bacalhau à Gomes de Sá or a caldo verde. All of these, along with other fish dishes and preserved meats, are local specialities.

If you’ve got other plans, like maybe going surfing, the beach at Foz – just a short distance from Porto – is the place for you.

For those who like a little nightlife, we recommend the Baixa de Porto, the crowded concert and party spot Maus Hábitos, the Foz area with its legendary disco Indústria, or just enjoying some wine on the banks of the Ribeira, one of the most beautiful areas of the city.