Jacksonville, Florida is a lively city with lots to do, both for those who want both fun and relaxation at the same time.
To begin with, you have the Jacksonville Zoo covering the entire 110 hectares and has more than 2,000 animals. The main attractions are animals from the rainforest, along with the “African Savannah” – and “the Great Apes of the World.”
Music lovers can listen to Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, who play at Robert E. Lee Symphony Hall. They also hold training courses for children and has 130 concerts per year. It is that there is also a youth version of the orchestra.
Sports fans can go and watch the Jacksonville Jaguars, a professional American football team in America’s top league. They play their games at EverBank Field in the center.
If you like the sea and the beach and related activities, you should visit Jacksonville Beach where you can have fun swimming, boating, fishing, windsurfing, work on your tan or go for a jog.
Jacksonville’s climate is humid subtropical one, with mild winters and hot summers. The average temperature varies between 18 and 33 degrees during the year.
Come mid-March for the Great Atlantic Seafood and Music Festival, while April brings the Springing the Blues Festival and the Jacksonville Jazz Festival held in May, and many great artists will then come here to perform.