San Jose Flights GuideSan Jose, the largest city in northern California, is located in the midst of the Santa Clara Valley and on the southern shore of the San Francisco Bay. Laying between the San Andreas Fault and the Calaveras Fault, San Jose can be shaken by an earthquake once or twice a year. Some of San Jose's attractions are the Winchester Mystery House, History Park, MACLA, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, Tech Museum of Innovation, Plaza de Cesar Chavez, San Jose Museum of Art, Happy Hollow Park and Zoo, Adobe Semaphore, and Children's Discovery Museum.
You can find nonstop flights from San Jose to San Diego, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Burbank, and Ontario (CA). San Francisco and Oakland are about an hour drive away from San Jose. Santa Cruz is about 40 minutes away, Monterey and Carmel-By-The-Sea are about 1.5 hours away, and Fresno is about 2.5 hours away. Napa Valley is about 2 hours away.
San Jose has a Mediterranean climate with an average of ~300 days of sunshine a year. Since San Jose is surrounded by mountains on three sides, it is shielded from much of the rain, giving the city a semiarid feel. The hottest months are June to September, also happens to be the driest months. December and January are the coolest months while November to April sees the most rain.The best time to visit San Jose is from September to November. Starting in September, the temperatures start to go down, leaves are changing color, rain falls here and there, and the prices have gone down from the summer peak tourist season.
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