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Apartments in Porto

Porto, dating back to 300 B.C., is Portugal's second largest city and a very distinct and beautiful place - indeed some of the neighbourhoods are World Heritage Sites claimed by UNESCO. This town has a rich heritage that mixes Celtic, Roman and Moorish influences and is one of the best destinations to rent rooms.

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300 €
Erasmusu

Quarto suite

Rua do Amial 906, 4200-056

1 Sep 2017
1 Room

290 €
Erasmusu

Quarto com cama de casal com casa de banho partilhada

Rua Tenente Valadim 477, 4100-480

19 Jul 2017
1 Room

380 €
Erasmusu

Suite com W.C. privativo

Rua Tenente Valadim 477, 4100-480

19 Jul 2017
1 Room

750 €
Erasmusu

Nice 2 bed-rooms charm apartment - Cedofeita - Porto

Rua Barão Forrester 744, 4050 -272

19 Jul 2017
2 Room

275 €
Erasmusu

Porto ,Large / Sunny Appartment in center Porto/ 100 mts from the Pr

Rua Costa Cabral 4200

19 Jul 2017
3 Room

600 €
Beroomers

Bright 4 bedrooms in shared flat in João Pedro Ribeiro in Porto

João Pedro Ribeiro 673, 4000-307, Porto

     
19 Jul 2017
4 Room
300 m2

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350 €
Roomlala

Rooms in relaxed student residence

, Porto

18 Jul 2017
1 Room

350 €
Erasmusu

A cozy room with a single bed, desk and ample closet space

Rua dos Caldeireiros, 128 4050-138 Porto

19 Jul 2017
1 Room
9 m2

250 €
Erasmusu

ROOM FOR RENT- 1 SEMESTER - CENTER PORTO

Av. Rodrigues de Freitas nº29, 4300 Porto

19 Jul 2017
1 Room

300 €
Erasmusu

Rooms in relaxed student residence with a common outdoor space

Rua Doutor Luis Pinto Fonseca

19 Jul 2017
1 Room

600 €
Erasmusu

APARTMENT FOR RENT TO 4 STUDENTS

Rua Visconde de Setúbal, 15

19 Jul 2017
2 Room

720 €
Erasmusu

Estúdio com 2 quartos para 3 pessoas na Baixa do Porto em frente à est

Rua Gonçalo Cristovão, 128 - 5º Dtº , 4000-264 Porto

19 Jul 2017
2 Room

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Featured Apartments

1,500 €
Erasmusu

Oporto City Roofs

468, Rua de Sá da Bandeira, 4000-435 Porto

19 Jul 2017
2 Room
140 m2

1,500 €
Erasmusu

Oporto Modern Street Heaven

468, Rua de Sá da Bandeira, 4000-435 Porto

19 Jul 2017
2 Room
130 m2

650 €
Erasmusu

Nice Flat rooms in a great area III

Avenida da Senhora da Hora 62

1 Aug 2017
3 Room

1,000 €
Erasmusu

Entire flat up to 4 Students in the center of Porto (3 Metro Stops to

Antero de Quental Street, 4200

1 Sep 2017
2 Room
80 m2

1,100 €
Erasmusu

3 Bedroom Apartment (Costa Cabral-Paranhos) Near Universities

Rua do Relógio, 119 4200-458

1 Sep 2017
3 Room
120 m2

500 €
Homestay

My house is your hotel

4250 483

       
19 Jul 2017
2 Room

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Featured Rooms

500 €
Roomlala

2 Quartos No Marquês

, Porto

18 Jul 2017
1 Room

2,100 €
Roomlala

Cozy Apartment In Oporto Campanhã

, Porto

18 Jul 2017
1 Room

190 €
Erasmusu

Room in a big flat in Porto city center

Rua do Bonfim 201, 403

19 Jul 2017
1 Room

800 €
Roomlala

Room (Suite) Downtown Oporto City

4000-300, Porto

18 Jul 2017
1 Room

200 €
Erasmusu

Quarto em Rio Tinto, Porto com facilidade de deslocamento

Rua Dr. Júlio Pires 25, 4435-031

1 Sep 2017
1 Room

500 €
Homestay

My house is your hotel

4250 483

       
19 Jul 2017
2 Room

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Moving to Porto and finding an accommodation

Porto, also known as Oporto, is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its elegant bridges and the production of port wine. With around 230,000 people, Porto is not overwhelming in size, and has a rather intimate feel, packed with beautiful monuments and striking architecture. The ‘Igreja dos Clérigo’ dating back to 1750 is a beautiful baroque church tower, 80 meters tall and with 240 steps to climb. The Palácio da Bolsa was built in the 19th century and is also known as the Stock Exchange Palace. One of the biggest football clubs in Portugal, FC Porto, is situated in Porto's stadium ‘Estádio do Dragão’. This stadium is also the main venue for international concerts and other large events. Whatever your plans are, finding the right accommodation is simple.



A short guide to understand the districts of Porto.

Cedofeita Santo Ildefonso Se Miragaia Sao Nicolau e Vitoria

Santo Ildefonso

Named after an 18th century church with a brilliant azure tile façade, Santo Ildefonso is a central district that contains five Metro stations and is within walking distance of the River Douro. It is an elegant district, characterised by wide, stately boulevards and beautiful civic buildings. The Bolhao market is Porto’s number one place to stock up on fruit and vegetables and the district is also full of theatres and cinemas, whilst for football lovers, the Stadium for FC Porto is located in the East of Santo Ildefonso.


The historic heart of Porto, Sé is named after the city’s cathedral which is at the center of the district. If you want to live among narrow streets, atmospheric churches and have access to Porto’s best restaurants, Sé is the place to be. The area is a protected UNESCO Heritage Site, so expect to find historic apartments, not necessarily property that is spacious and modern. ‘Cais da Ribeira’ is also located to the south of Sé - a particularly beautiful area, much loved by tourists. South west of Sé is the Church of ‘Igrea Monumento de Sao Francisco’, another world heritage site.

350 €
Roomlala

Rooms in relaxed student residence

, Porto

18 Jul 2017
1 Room

350 €
Erasmusu

A cozy room with a single bed, desk and ample closet space

Rua dos Caldeireiros, 128 4050-138 Porto

19 Jul 2017
1 Room
9 m2

650 €
Erasmusu

T1 - City Center - 10 min walking from Train Station and Underground

Rua do Sol, 19, 4000

19 Jul 2017
1 Room

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More Attractive Areas in Porto

City Center / Baixa

Baixa is probably Porto’s most beautiful neighbourhood. Rising from the banks of the River Douro, it is filled with homes with red terracotta roofs and stores painted in pastel colours. It’s also home to ancient landmarks like the Torre dos Clérigos (Tower of the Clergymen) and cultural institutions like the Casa da Musica concert hall. Here you can find Porto apartments for rent long term for a price of around €1,200 - €2,000 a month.


Vila Nova de Gaia

Located south of the Douro, Vila Nova de Gaia is officially a separate city from Porto despite being part of the same metropolitan area. Referred to by locals as Gaia, this area is home to famous cellars of port wine, several shopping centres and some of the best beaches in the Porto area. Gaia is connected to bustling downtown Ribeira district of Porto by the iconic double-decker Dom Luís I Bridge, although the traffic between the two can get quite congested at times. Vila Nova de Gaia apartments are generally cheaper than those in Porto, although availability is not as high.


Foz do Douro

If you really want to immerse yourself in Porto’s history and culture whilst also enjoying all the perks of a beach lifestyle, look no further than Foz do Douro. Situated at the meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and the River Douro, this romantic and alluring neighbourhood was formerly a fisherman’s quarter before morphing into the city’s most upmarket suburb. Due to the neighbourhood’s prime location and desirability, Foz do Douro apartments are amongst the most expensive in the city.


1, 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Apartments in Porto


1 Bedroom

1-bedroom apartments in Porto come in all shapes and sizes, and are surprisingly cheap for a European city of its calibre. For a furnished 1-bed in central areas like Ribeira, expect to pay anywhere between €350 and €600 per month (the average price is €449.95). In areas further away from the city centre, the average price stands at €330.14 - although it’s possible to find great places for as cheap as €250!


2 Bedrooms

2-bedroom apartments in Porto can cost anywhere between €300 for a modest place in a less expensive neighbourhood to around €700 for a decent-sized property in the city centre or a desirable area like Foz do Douro. When booking your 2-bedroom apartment with Nestpick, make sure to consider all the necessary criteria such as amount of space and access to local amenities.


3 Bedrooms

In the city centre, a decent 3-bedroom apartment costs €857.69 on average, although prices can fluctuate between €600 and €1,200 depending on a number of factors including the building’s age, size and location. For similar accommodation in more affordable neighbourhoods such as the cool student area of Cedofeita, you can find decent 3-beds for anywhere between €450 and €750. Fantastic 3-bedroom apartments in Porto are readily available with Nestpick all across the city, from Senhora da Hora to Campanhã.


4 Bedrooms

Although 4-bedroom apartments in Porto are not as widely available as those with less rooms, there are still some great options to be found with Nestpick. On average, a 4-bedroom apartment here will cost around €1,050, although prices can vary substantially depending on the neighbourhood a property is located as well as its size.


Tips on Finding Suitable Accommodation in Porto

Porto is situated in northwest Portugal and it is a coastal town.The city is famous for its production of Port wine. The wine is made all along the river Douro, although is considered a dessert wine by locals! The Ribeira district is one of Porto’s most historical. It’s seedy alley ways and tall houses lead up to Praça da Ribeira. It means riverside square in Portuguese and funnily enough it is on the riverfront. The square is full of restaurants and bars. Not only does Porto have great wine, it has great food. Francesinha in English is ‘little frenchie’ and is a large meat, cheese sandwich. This is the most popular snack in Porto, as bars will often sell 2 for 1 deals during happy hour! If you’ve visited Porto prior to moving, then you will already have an idea of the area you’d like to live. Those who haven’t; need to be wary of proximity to your university, your travel time and the type of areas you enjoy. This guide is to explain Porto’s student accommodation and the universities in the city. Helping to reduce your stress, as you enjoy your time whilst you study in Porto.


Types of Student Housing in Porto

When looking for student accommodation in Porto you may be asked for certain documentation. Landlords or agencies may require; identification, proof of enrollment at your university, a deposit of up to two months rent and one months rent upfront. A reference or guarantor form (usually signed by a parent), could also be required in certain cases for security of rent.


Rental contracts can be short or long term leases. Unfurnished properties are often cheaper to get. However, furnishing a property can prove tough as a student, as it involves capital and commitment.


Shared Student House Porto

Choosing to rent a room, amongst other students or young professionals is a popular housing choice in Porto. Typically a rented room in a shared house will include a shared bathroom and kitchen area. Some house shares may contain, a lounge, an outdoor area, plus other amenities (this is usually at an additional cost).


Student Residence Halls

Halls are great for students to make life-long bonds with other students. Living in halls amongst others, is comforting to students who are new to a city.


Student Apartment or Student Flat

A private residency in Porto is ideal for those wanting their own space. This privacy comes at a cost, but nethertheless is an alternative for couple or friends who can split the cost.


Universities in Porto

Porto is a very student friendly city, there are lots of of new people from all over the world. The city has beautiful weather, nearby beaches and a great party scene. Regardless of the night-life, the city is rich with culture and history. Immersing yourself with the Portuguese students, is the perfect way to get to know the city and the culture. Also with most universities offering Portuguese lessons, there are no excuses!


Transport in the city split amongst a light rail service for trams, a metro system, buses and trains. There is also an airport close by for international students.


University of Porto

The public University of Porto has been established since 1911. It is the second largest in Portugal. The university has recently been building its international ties with other schools. There is a large international population enrolled and is a popular destination for European Erasmus students and other Portuguese speaking countries. The university is located in Porto’s city-center in former parish Vitória and further out in the Paranhos district. Transport Connections: Paranhos is connected by Metro Line D, city-center campus, São Bento for trains and subway. connections.


The Polytechnic Institute of Porto

In Portuguese, the ‘Instituto Politécnico do Porto’ was created in 1985. The university is on the outskirts of the city’s edge, in the Outeiro district. The district is surrounded by its fellow neighbouring faculties and other educational centres. Also the university is easily commutable into the city. There are plenty of local amenities in the surrounding campus area. Transport Connections: Metro Line D runs from Station Pólo Universitário.