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Jacksonville Travel Guide
Jacksonville: The City Overview
Nicknamed “The River City,” Jacksonville stands on the banks of the St. Johns River in the First Coast region of northeast Florida, about 25 miles (40 km) south of the Georgia state line and 328 miles (528 km) north of Miami.
Popular neighborhoods include Downtown Jacksonville, LaVilla, Brooklyn, Riverside and Avondale, Springfield, Eastside, Mandarin, and San Marco.
Presence of many beaches, natural beauty of the St. Johns River, and subtropical climate make Jacksonville a popular destination for visitors. It’s a perfect laid-back Sunshine State escape.
Airport in Jacksonville
Jacksonville International Airport
Airport Code: JAX
Location: The airport is 13 miles (21 km) north of Downtown Jacksonville, in Duval County, Florida
Popular carriers by passenger share: Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Republic Airways
Quick Facts: The airport has two concrete runways. Jacksonville Transportation Authority’s bus network connects the airport with all key areas of the city. The CT3 “AirJTA” bus connects the airport to downtown Jacksonville, with connections to Greyhound Bus Lines and to the Jacksonville Skyway monorail system.
Popular Airlines to Book Your Tickets to Jacksonville
- Allegiant Air (G4): Allegiant Air is one of the popular low-cost carriers of the USA. Expect cheap plane tickets to Jacksonville. From Cincinnati, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, Norfolk, and Pittsburgh you can have cheap non-stop flights to Jacksonville with the carrier.
- American (AA): Fly to Jacksonville with American Airline. You can book nonstop flight to JAX from CLT (Charlotte), DFW (Dallas/Fort Worth), and PHL in Philadelphia. American Airlines have one-stop or two-stop departures from other cities in the US.
- Southwest (WN): Book your plane ticket to Jacksonville with Southwest Airlines, the world’s largest low-cost airline. It’s easy to find cheap nonstop flights to Jacksonville from Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago–Midway, Denver, Houston–Hobby, and Nashville.
- United Airlines (UA): The leading major airlines of the US has nonstop flights to Jacksonville from Chicago–O’Hare, Denver, Houston–Intercontinental, and Newark. Its subsidiary named United Express extends its network to other cities including Houston–Intercontinental, and Washington–Dulles.
Things to Do in Jacksonville
1. Explore Uncrowded Beaches
Surf, kayak, paddleboard, swim, dive, boat, fish and explore Jacksonville’s unique coastal shores spread over 22 miles. The city’s main beaches are Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Mayport Beach and Atlantic Beach. These public and pet-friendly beaches are home to surf shops, fresh seafood restaurants, quaint beach boutiques, and parks like Hanna Park and Dutton Island Preserve.
In the city’s Northside, unspoiled barrier islands offer must-see beaches like Blackrock Beach, Boneyard Beach, Little Talbot Island, and Huguenot Park. The places are easily accessible from Downtown Jacksonville and awe-inspiring Heckscher Drive. Ferry rides are available to take visitors from one beach to another.
Jacksonville also has a very active diving scene, with more than 30 offshore reefs off our Atlantic coast. Try out some of these unique water sports like kayaking and diving in Jacksonville.
2. Experience Parks and Outdoors
Hike, bike, or run on miles of shaded trails or experience the great outdoors with an evening of camping. Jacksonville is a nature’s wonderland. It has got multiple green spaces or state parks including Hemming Park (in the center of Jacksonville’s downtown), Memorial Park, Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens (Hosts more than 2,000 rare and exotic animals and 1,000 varieties of plants), Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve, Fort Caroline National Memorial, Kingsley Plantation, Machaba Balu Preserve, Theodore Roosevelt Area, Little Talbot Island State Park, and Big Talbot Island State Park.
3. he St. Johns River
There could nothing be more relaxing than taking a walk along the riverside, encountering arts, particularly handcrafted items in the Riverside Arts Market, and enjoying the breathtaking views of the city skyline on the riverfront. Situated in the heart of the city, the St. Johns River takes the spotlight. Travel across the St. Johns River on the historic St. Johns River Ferry–a car and passenger ferry. This legendary, unique transportation connects Highway A1A to Mayport Village and Fort George Island. Check out their new app for the latest departure times.
4. Enjoy City’s Nightlife Along with Cool Ocean Breezes
City’s Elbow Downtown, a congregation of bars and venues near the intersection of N. Ocean and E. Bay Street, is one of the most popular places to enjoy a truly unique nightlife filled with musical and comedy performances along with local beers and craft cocktails. Important venues in The Elbow include: The Florida Theatre, 1904 Music Hall, Dos Gatos, The Volstead, Bold City Brewery, Intuition Ale Works, The Comedy Zone, and much more.
St. Johns Town Center has a double persona. It is a shopping mecca by day, but transforms into a dazzling nightlife spot in the evenings. Enjoy a glass of wine at Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant or one of the dozens of other national chain options. The Tinseltown district offers several dining and nightlife options including III Forks, Bottlenose Brewing, which features all Florida craft beers.Seven Bridges and Mellow Mushroom.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. What airline has the cheapest air ticket to Jacksonville?
A. Allegiant Air, Southwest.
Q2. How much time does it take to reach Jacksonville?
A. Flight distance and flight time between Jacksonville and some popular US cities are provided as follows:
| Origin City || Flight Distance || Flight Time |
| Atlanta || 270 miles/435 km || 43 minutes |
| New York || 829 miles/1355 km || 2 hours 10 minutes |
| Baltimore || 663 miles/1067 km || 01 hour 38 minutes |
| Dallas Fort Worth || 919 miles/1479 km || 1 hour 55 minutes |
| Boston || 1,010 miles/1625 km || 2 hours 23 minutes |
| Philadelphia || 741 miles/1193 km || 1 hours 47 minutes |
Q3. What is the best time to visit Jacksonville?
A. The best times to visit Jacksonville are from March to May and September to November. Pleasant weather, fewer tourists, and lower hotel and flight prices than the summer months make spring and autumn the best times to visit Jacksonville.
Q4. Which is the best airport to fly in Jacksonville?
A. Jacksonville International Airport
Q5. What is the coldest month in Jacksonville?
A. January is the coldest month, with an average high-temperature of 64.8°F (18.2°C) and an average low-temperature of 41.4°F (5.2°C).
Q6. What is the wettest month in Jacksonville?
A. September. The city receives around 8.2? (208.3mm) of precipitation, and the approx. number of rainfall days could be 12.2.