Riverside is a city in the state of California. It gets its name from the Santa Ana River that the city lies beside. The city was established in the late 1800s. Casita offers you luxurious student accommodation in Riverside. Our accommodation options have state-of-the-art facilities and a variety of services. Also, they are very well located across the city and are 44 minutes away from Central Riverside.
Why Book Student Accommodation in Riverside?
The city has a rich history dating back to the late 1700s. It has 28 neighbourhoods that include Airport, Alessandro Heights, Mission Grove, Northside, and Orangecrest. It has fantastic warm weather throughout the year. Riverside is home to many historic landmarks, parks, and museums. In a sense, it is a cultural and historical centre.
Casita offers you student accommodation in Riverside near all the important locations in the city, universities, nightlife, and outdoors.
Universities in Riverside
Casita offers Riverside student accommodation within a short distance to the following universities:
One student accommodation option in Riverside within an 18-minute walking distance from the university.
Riverside Hunter Park train station is a nine-minute drive from the university. West Campus Dr at Lot #4 bus station is a two-minute walk from the university and VWest Campus Dr + Canyon Crest bus station is a one-minute walk.
One student accommodation option in Riverside is within a 15-minute car drive from the university.
Jurupa Valley/Pedley train station is a 19-minute drive from the university. Sierra Vista FS Riverwalk bus station is a two-minute walk from the university and Pierce FS Sierra Vista bus station is a three-minute walk.
What is it like living in Riverside?
Riverside is a great place to live in. It has a charming suburban feel mixed with metropolitan modernity. Many students and young professionals live in Riverside, so it tends to be lively and vibrant. It is ethnically and economically diverse; making it easy for students from all walks of life to blend in. The city has many outdoors and entertainment venues. It also hosts annual events and festivals that include The Riverside Dickens Festival, The Riverside Airshow, The March Field Airfest, and The Riverside International Film Festival. In conclusion, Riverside is quite the choice for everyone, especially for international students.
Must-Visit Places in Riverside
The city has many interesting locations and outdoor activities. The must-visit places in Riverside include March Field Air Museum, Whitewater Preserve, California Citrus State Historic Park, Lake Hemet, Fairmount Park, Riverside Art Museum, Fox Performing Arts Center, Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center, Heritage House, Riverside Convention Center, California Museum of Photography, and World's Largest Paper Cup.
Transportation in Riverside
You can move around the city easily using the bus service operated by Riverside Transit Agency which offers 33 fixed routes across the city. A single bus ride would cost you $1.75 and a 30-day pass would cost you $60. Commuting from and to the city is also quite simple using Metrolink’s stations in the city; Riverside-Downtown, Riverside-La Sierra, and Riverside-Hunter Park/UCR.
Other Student Accommodations in the USA
Besides offering luxurious and affordable student accommodation in Riverside, Casita also offers student accommodation options in the nearby cities which include: