residenciagentIf you come to study in Barcelona, ​​welcome to our city. Surely you've chosen one of the best choices among the most important university cities of Europe. Several universities and schools in top places of international rankings are a guarantee of high-profile studies and of meeting an inspiring, ambitious climate. Living with colleagues from all over the world who share your interests is really gratifying.

Tres Torres Students Residence (RE3Torres) offers accommodation and parallel services in order to make easy you studying time. We provide every little thing to make your work pleasant. In an environment that will enable you to be yourself, and where your interests and needs will be attended narrowly.

During the summer months, the residence is available for groups that carry out any training or social activity in Barcelona.

RE3Torres Appliances:



· 2 buildings with garden located in the residential district of Sarrià.
· More than 30 rooms with private bathroom
· Own kitchen.
· Study and computer room.
· Workroom.
· Reading area and library.
· TV room.
· Living room with a microwave and refrigerator.
· Chapel.
· Concierge all day.
· Photocopier and printer.
· Self-service laundry.
· Terraces.

habitacio2· Free wifi in the building





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