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Useful things to know about Jacksonville
- Jacksonville was named after Andrew Jackson who was the seventh president of the United States.
- Jacksonville is the biggest city in Florida and it has the largest population.
- Two US Navy bases are located in Jacksonville because it has a deep water harbor.
- Jacksonville is the county seat of Duval County.
- When the French built a colony at Fort Caroline this was one of the first European settlements in the US.
Jacksonville Mini Guide
Many of the tourists who come to this city in Florida
are drawn to its wealth of fantastic golf courses which sit under sunny weather. Jacksonville was named after Andrew Jackson who was the seventh president of the United States. This is because he was also the military governor of Florida at the time. Because we give you unlimited mileage you can use your car hire Jacksonville to explore anywhere within the city which is the county seat of Duval County.
Because Jacksonville and Duval County were consolidated together, the city limits were massively expanded. For that reason you will need a car to get around what is a huge city. Not only is it the most populated city in Florida but it is one of the most populous anywhere in the United States. It is estimated that some 1,313,000 people live in the City of Jacksonville. Jacksonville is located more than 300 miles to the north of Miami
, yet it also has beautiful beaches along the Atlantic coast. Combined with an interesting history, this makes Jacksonville and excellent tourist destination.
They can visit various museums to find out more about the only European settlement here. In fact the French colony was in Jacksonville midway through 16th century. The city was eventually settled because of the river was used for cattle crossings. Although indigenous Indian peoples lived here they were eventually forced out by the colonials. Jacksonville was also attractive to settlers because they were able to build a deep port here and there is still a U.S. Navy presence in Jacksonville.