Finding an Apartment for Rents in Corona, CA
Corona might be one of the most beautiful mid-sized cities in California, and that's saying something. No matter where you are in Corona, you will have a gorgeous view of hillsides backgrounded by the enormous mountains surrounding the city. The cozy valley setting of Corona lends the town a warm, inviting, homey atmosphere.
Corona is known as a bedroom community for Orange County in Los Angeles, as well as a number of large cities throughout the Inland Empire. Although, obviously, not everyone in Corona works in and around L.A., some actually live and work in Corona, but the pleasant surroundings and relative peace and quiet make Corona a great place to stay to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
Top Neighborhoods in Corona, CA
The safest area in Corona is Temescal, according to Neighborhood Scout, but, it does not rank in the most expensive neighborhoods, so you don't have to pay out the nose for a little bit of security in Corona.
Corona in general is a relatively peaceful city. There are areas to avoid as there are in every town and city in the world, but to find the best neighborhood, what you really want to do is take a tour of the town, on foot or by car, and see which areas you really like, and that you can afford.
Corona is a beautiful town with generally friendly people, plenty to do, and some great places to stop in for a bite to eat. If you work in L.A. and can make the commute, it really is a great place to call home while paying the bills in the big city. Corona offers California culture and access to the big city with a bit of peace of quiet.
Weather in Corona, CA
If you want fairly pleasant weather the whole year round, move to a valley in California. The highest average monthly highs in Corona only get up to around 93, while the lowest average lows scarcely dip below 42 according to Weather.com. Record highs and lows can be a little more extreme, but the town generally stays fairly pleasant the whole year through
Dining in Corona, CA
California is one of the best places in the world when it comes to food. Cuisines from all around the world combine with classic American cooking and Mexican food to create a distinctive array of selections.
If you find yourself wanting something nice and salty, loaded with cheese, ketchup and mustard, skip the fast food franchises and hit up the Hot Dog Shoppe. It's more than just, well, a simple hot dog shop. Try a dog with grilled onions and sharp cheddar, or if you're really hungry, the Homewrecker Big Dog, the Shoppe's signature food challenge with three 0.8 pound angus dogs coated in cheese, peppers and habanero.
One of the best Mexican spots would have to be the Luna Modern Mexican Kitchen. The Chicken Changa is simply astounding, and the goat cheese they serve here is amazing.
Cultural Attractions in Corona, CA
You'll never be starved for fun things to do in Corona. You can always drive over to Los Angeles to check out the L.A. art museum or the Walk of Fame but... you won't have to.
One of the funnest ways to spend a weekend has to be the Skull Canyon Zipline, offering zipline eco tours across 160 acres of mountainous terrain. Hikes are nice, but flying across the mountains like Superman is a little more exciting. If you want something a little more laid back, check out the Corona Heritage Park and Museum where you can take in the history of the area.View Apartments in Corona, California
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