Well, what I can say is, it's not really important what your University looks like or how well it's equipped. I ,although I'm mainly attending Frankfurts "ugliest" and worst equipped campus, have a very positive experience. I guess it just comes town to the professors and the modules for your particular subject ind your particular University.
The university is not only beautiful in it's architecture, but has also a great variation of courses to choose from. The staff and professors are all very kind and always eager to help out.
The quality of the programme was very high and I enjoyed it a lot. My problem was that I have autism and it was very problematic to adjust to so many people. This forced me to avoid the university for short times and putting me back on my studies.
I didn't knew at that point that my university offered courses for students with such problems. So perhaps communicating more...