One of the most typical neighbourhoods in the city, Campanhã is close to the heart of the city. The rural traditions live side by side with the recent process of modernisation. Art galleries, cafes and theatre companies are emerging on the neighbourhood and transforming Campanhã. The neighbourhood is at a close distance from major spots in the city and not far from the Douro River. Its central location and proximity to Faculdade de Belas Artes, combined with the low rental prices, make it a highly searched place among students. Containing the main train station in the north region, travelling to other Portuguese cities becomes easy in Campanhã.
Older people and local families.
Antas Stadium where FC Porto football team plays.
With the small neighbourhood feeling, while being in a central position.
People know each-other creating a familiar and safe atmosphere.
Porto is a city with character. Studying in Porto is all about living and loving that work-hard, party-hard spirit. From the welcoming weeks (so-called Praxe) to celebrating graduation at the Queima das Fitas, student traditions embrace this.
Eat the best sandwich in the world - the Francesinha - try the famous local Port wine, and enjoy the student spots such as Ribeira and Piolho with your friends, or just meeting new people.
If you’re going to study here, we have apartments in Porto for Erasmus and other international students.