San Diego CA apartments are available in nearly every neighborhood, particularly near three public and 20 private universities. Living in San Diego is similar to living in a mainland paradise, especially if you like a hip and culturally rich city with a variety of things to do and a laidback beach mentality. It sits on the coast of the Pacific Ocean and shares an international border with Tijuana, Mexico. A large public transportation system, complete with a trolley and commuter rail, easily transports you all around the city. The hills and weather in San Diego make it uniquely attractive to cyclists. San Diego is one of two of the top rated cities with desirably pleasant summer climates in America, and the Farmer's Almanac lists the weather among the top ten for answers to your entire year, although San Diego residents rank it higher.

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If you are planning a move to San Diego, you will have 52 individual Community Planning Areas to consider, each containing many distinct neighborhoods. Downtown San Diego is very lively, active and fun. There is a ton of dining, nightlife and shopping, including Horton Plaza. In Northeast San Diego you will find Balboa Park with numerous green belts, gardens and paths. If you want to experience life on the ocean, consider moving to the Peninsula areas of Ocean Beach, Point Loma or Pacific Beach.

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