Welcome to La Ciutadella Residence Hall
If you decide to study in Barcelona, La Ciutadella Residence Hall is your best bet: studios with kitchen and bathroom, spacious common areas, free Wi-Fi, etc. and all of this in a central location with the best atmosphere for studying and making new friends.
The residence hall is located on Passeig Pujades, beside the Cuitadella university campus of Pompeu Fabra and just a stroll from the neighbourhood of Borne. This select location to live is now at your reach.
La Ciutadella Residence Hall offers single and double studios, which are comfortable and functional, fully-furnished and fully-equipped with kitchen, bathroom, free WiFi, etc. All of this is topped off with completely renovated common areas.
A space for living and studying at your own pace. Enjoy the freedom of a residence hall, open 24 hours a day, all year round.
La Ciutadella Residence Hall is attached to Pompeu Fabra University and its doors are open to the entire university community. Nevertheless, students of this university have a preference for admission.
Welcome to Barcelona
In Barcelona, there are always new places to be discovered. Apart from the typical destinations like Las Ramblas or the Sagrada Familia, the city is filled with fascinating neighbourhoods like the neighbourhood of la Ribera, more popularly known as the Born area. Among its main attractions we have the basilica of Santa María del Mar, The Picasso Museum and estació de França train station.
Furthermore, if Barcelona stands out in any way, its due to its wide range of university studies. The city's world-class universities attract students from across the globe to carry out their degrees and spend the most unforgettable years of their lives here.
The perfect location
La Ciutadella Residence Hall is located facing the La Ciutadella park, one of the largest in the city and beside Campus La Ciutadella of Pompeu Fabra.
As well as its closeness to the city centre and the urban beaches, where you can get to by foot, the residence hall is strategically placed in relation to connections: the metro’s red line (line 1), stop Arc de Triomf, which is also a Renfe station, several bus routes (14, 39, 40, 41, 42, 51 and 141), the tram, etc.
Please visit the following website for further information on Barcelona’s public transport:
Barcelona Metro: www.tmb.es