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Reasons to Book Cheap Jacksonville Flights

For nature lovers, art lovers, fitness freaks and music buffs, Jacksonville is a destination second to none. The picturesque beaches, nature preserves, spectacular waterways, and imposing museums attract visitors from all across the world. In addition, the city is also holds plenty of music concerts, and celebrates ethnic festivals. In a nutshell, Jacksonville is an excellent destination, offering great number of attractions for tourists.

Jacksonville Beach

Jacksonville Beach offers 22 miles of fun and frolic. The beach has jogging tracks, water sports, and houses vibrant pubs perfect for the party animals. Tourists can also explore two beautiful beaches located near the Jacksonville Beach - the Atlantic Beach, and the Neptune Beach.


Located along the banks of St. Johns River, Riverside was built in first quarter of twentieth century. It is the historical hotspot of Jacksonville and boasts a number of old homes and churches. Memorial Park located in Riverside is home to a statue of Winged Victory. This park has an interesting war memorial dedicated to those who had laid down their lives in the First World War.

Fort Caroline National Memorial

Fort Caroline was the first French settlement in America. It is said that the French had first come to this magnificent site in 1562 AD to colonize it. The museum boasts displays of relics of the massacre of French sailors and condition of the city after the massacre. Kingsley Plantation, a 19th century estate of an English businessman, is also a site of interest here in the museum.