COME LIVE THE LIVENSA LIFE IN VALENCIA
Accommodation near the
Universidad de Valencia
DISCOVER YOUR NEW CITY
They say that Valencia is one of Spain’s top cities for its Mediterranean cuisine, history, culture, beaches, climate… no matter why you’ve decided to study in Valencia, here at Livensa Living, we’re offering accommodation right along the marina. Our very central location means you can get around the city with ease.
Whether you’re studying for your degree, taking a master’s course, getting a postgraduate degree or just studying abroad for a term, we have just the place for you at Livensa Living.
LIVENSA LIVING IS THE PLACE FOR YOU! ARE YOU READY?
Valencia Marina Real
ACCOMMODATION IN THE HEART OF VALENCIA
Livensa Living offers single and shared rooms, all with a kitchen and private bathroom. Whichever room you choose, you’ll be able to enjoy the various common areas designed for both study and relaxation, without any additional cost!
Livensa in Valencia
Valencia Marina Real
The location of Livensa Living Valencia Marina Real couldn’t be better. To get around the city, just hop on the train or tram, which you can catch on the same street as Livensa. The whole city will be just a few steps away! If you like, you can also walk to the beach or the marina, which are only a few minutes away on foot.
Carrer de Francesc Cubells, 7, 46011 València, Valencia, España
Lodging in Valencia
Live in Valencia, study anywhere you like
Studying in Valencia is an ideal option; you’ll enjoy the great weather almost all year-round, perfect for taking walks on the beach. Valencia also offers the opportunity to study a wide variety of degrees, either at the Universidad de Valencia or at one of the city’s other internationally renowned universities or schools.
Some educational institutions attended by our student residents include:
CLOSE TO EVERYTHING
Living at Livensa Living Valencia Marina Real means having 300 days of sunshine a year to enjoy the Playa de las Arenas and Playa del Cabañal, both of which are just a few metres away from your future home. The promenade and shoreline connect these beaches with the famous Playa de la Malvarrosa.
The marina, a perfect place to go for a stroll or stop in for a drink at a local bar or restaurant, is also very close by.
The Campus de los Naranjos at the Universidad de Valencia and the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia are also easy to reach; you can get there by taking a short walk or by stepping onto the metro, which will take you right to the doorstep.
SIF YOU LIKE TO GET OUT AND ABOUT
Valencia, besides being famous for Las Fallas and the Mascletà, is known for its miles of beaches. Some can be found in the city, where they feature a full set of amenities and a great atmosphere; others, like the wild beaches at the Parque Natural de l’Albufera, offer tranquillity, nature in its purest form and the perfect place to watch sunsets.
The Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias is known worldwide. The very shape of the city is a pleasant sight, both from a distance and from within; once you’re there, you can enjoy everything from 3D films and operas to an interactive museum or the largest aquarium in Europe.
In terms of nightlife, take note: the Carmen district is known as the Mecca of the Valencian party. During the day, you can wander its labyrinthine streets, and at night, you’ll find the bars which are full of character. The Ruzafa district is another trendy area of the Valencian capital, with bars serving delicious cocktails, cafés and live music. The centre of student life in the city is the Plaza del Cedro. In the evening, it’s full of people listening to live music and enjoying its bars.
Other places to visit in Valencia are the Mercado Central, which is the perfect place to try some local foods; the cathedral and the Miguelete, with their unique mix of architectural styles; and La Lonja de la Seda, another jewel of Valencian Gothic architecture.
And the food? The paella valenciana may be the region’s most famous dish, but in terms of dining, Valencia has much more to offer. Arroz con costra (also known as arròs amb crost) is another local rice dish, as is arroz al senyoret. Or try an olla valenciana, a delicious stew with different types of meats, sausages and vegetables. Cocas, a type of pasty, are also traditionally served at the Hogueras de San Juan festival.
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