You’ve chosen the country, the town, the studying place, but now you have to choose the type of place where you’ll spend the upcoming months of your exchange. The doubt is natural, because, after all, the setting is basic for your adaptation to a new country. Yes, your new home will, literally, shelter your feelings and thoughts concerning your life choice of venturing into a new country. Comfort and identification are essential to your well-being and the success of your exchange. But, before choosing, you must reflect on your priority: comfort, safety, freedom, independence, companionship and other features peculiar to each type of dwelling.