Birger Jarlsgatan is located in Kungsladugård, in the western part of central Gothenburg. Previously a school, the building was later converted into a student residence. Right outside the house there is a park with a pond, ideal for picnics and outdoor activities. It is within walking distance of the park Slottskogen and Mariaplan, where you will find numerous stores and cafés.
All apartments in Birger Jarl are furnished with two single beds. This means that you can decide whether you want to live alone in the apartment or look for a roommate. Either way, only one tenant will sign a housing contract and be liable for rent payment.
Fridhemsgatan is located in the Sandarna district in Majorna, which is one of the most popular places to live in the city.
From Fridhemsgatan, it only takes 13 minutes with the tram to reach the sea and the Saltholmen ferry station, from where you can explore the amazing archipelago. There is a big park called Slottskogen nearby and also Mariaplan, which is an area with restaurants, stores, and coffee shops.
Helmutsrogatan is located near Olofshöjd, both areas being about a 15-minute walking from the city centre. There are several large supermarkets nearby. From Helmutsrogatan, it is a 10-minute walk to the Safjället nature reserve, with beautiful nature and a 2.5 km running track.
If you live in Kastanjebacken in Kålltorp, you will be near the Delsjön nature area with a large forest and several lakes. Close by is the Skatås area with exercise facilities and running trails. At Munkebäcksmotet (junction), there is a supermarket called ICA Kvantum and in Munkebäckstorg you will find small shops. There are also cosy cafés in the area.
The Kviberg area is a newly built student residential area situated in the northeast of Gothenburg, very close to nature. The surroundings are perfect for outdoor activities like walking and running. Scandinavia’s largest multisport arena has a 1.2 kilometre indoor ski track. In the weekends, a popular flea market is held in the former Kviberg regiment stables, which is located nearby.
Olofshöjd is the main student residential area, a “campus area” where a lot of students live. Not only centrally located, it also includes little gardens, groceries, restaurants, and much more. Humanisten, where Swedish language classes are held, are a 10 minute walk away. Olofshöjd is also close to Korsvägen, an important hub for public transport.
The Rosendal area is a student residential area surrounded by beautiful nature, including lakes and woods. The nearby area, Skatås, is perfect for outdoor activities like walking, running, swimming, and ice skating. There are also groceries and restaurants adjacent to the buildings. In the Rosendalshallen sport hall, students can play badminton, volleyball, and other sports.