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Information is based on travel restrictions for travel to Gainesville Regional within the United States
Most visitors from USA need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Gainesville Regional.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from USA must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 72 hours before departing to Gainesville Regional.
Visitors from USA are not required to quarantine after entering Gainesville Regional.
Returning to USA from Gainesville Regional
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Gainesville Regional must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departing to USA.
Visitors from Gainesville Regional are not required to quarantine after entering USA.
Gainesville experiences peak tourist activity during the summer months of June to September. The climate is quite humid, with temperatures averaging around 21°C, with afternoon showers. Gainesville is a short distance from Orlando, and is a cost effective place to stay while visiting the various theme parks. Plenty of events take place during the summer months, including 4th of July celebrations, as well as the Memorial Day weekend celebrations.
December to March are the winter months and experience fluctuating temperatures of between 5-18°C. The festive season sees a dip in tourist numbers, which may be the ideal time to grab a bargain on cheap flights and hotel rooms.
For a few months leading up to June, temperatures rise, and the local theme parks offer deals on family tickets. Savvy visitors can barter hotel prices down, and the school season ensures that flights to Gainesville are still relatively low. Local events such as Jest Fest! in May and Santa Fe College Spring Arts Festival in April offer some comedy and arts festivals for both the locals and tourists to enjoy.
Located in Florida’s north, Gainesville is the home to Florida State University, and was also voted the no. 1 place to live in North America in 2007. The city has a large University spirit, hosting plenty of college football games. As a metropolitan attraction, Gainesville is home to many shopping streets, jazz bars, and restaurants.
Visiting the city will offer easy access to attractions that will suit everyone, from zoos, to aquariums and State parks. The adventurous tourists will surely appreciate Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park, which has many hiking trails through idyllic scenery. Enjoy a cultural experience by catching an authentic American Football game at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, home of the Florida Gators. Just a short drive away are several parks, including Disney, Universal, and Wet ‘n’ Wild, which will no doubt be on every family’s to-do-list.
Gainesville offers many relaxing bars and restaurants for after hours enjoyment. From piano bars, to jazz clubs, visitors will be spoiled for choice. There are even cigar lounges and comedy clubs throughout the city centre. Plenty of restaurants offer both local Southern cuisine as well as more traditional and international options.
There is an extensive road network throughout the city, as well as a frequent public bus service. Many hotels will offer a shuttle service which travels around the popular Orlando shopping and theme park attractions. The US-301 also leads directly to Jacksonville, Ocala, and Orlando.
The closest airport to Gainesville is Jacksonville International Airport (JAX). Florida is a more convenient place to visit with a car rental, which are available throughout the airport. The city can be reached directly via the US-301 South.
If you book a flight to Gainesville, you will be flying into Gainesville Regional, which is the city’s only airport. Gainesville Regional (GNV) is located 6.7 km from the centre of Gainesville.