Gainesville Flights GuideGainesville Florida is home to the University of Florida, and because of this, a thriving youth culture. The town is especially supportive of the arts, as there are two annual art festivals (The Spring Arts Festival and The Fall Arts Festival). The city is synonymous with close ties to theater and music, as evidenced through festivals like the Gainesville Improv Festival, and The Fest for underground rock music.
Maybe the best thing about Gainesville FLorida is its close proximity to other Florida cities. Fancy some time in Orlando? Miami? Key West? All are possible via car through a large collection of expansive highways. The Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach also operates daily and brings passengers all around the state, mostly routed through Jacksonville.
Gainesville is home to a humid, subtropical climate, characterized by overall warmth and humidity. However, because it is not located on the coast, Gainesville experiences more temperature fluctuation than other parts of the state, meaning that winters are somewhat cooler than in cities like Miami. Though most of Florida is plagued by humidity that becomes particularly unbearable in the summer, Gainesville weather is a bit more mild and therefore more tolerable in the early to late Spring. However, the most interesting times of the year in Gainesville relate to the many music and art festivals, so plan accordingly to be in town when one is going on.
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