Flight tickets from Kimberley to Newark

Welcome to Newark, New Jersey! Home to a vibrant and diverse community, Newark is filled with many exciting attractions and opportunities. Walking through the city, you'll find a large variety of unique landmarks and neighborhoods, each filled with its own unique culture and flavor. From parks, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife, Newark has something for everyone. Join us today as we explore the wonderful city of Newark.

Getting to Know Newark

The city of Newark, NJ is home to a population of over 282,000 people, making it the largest city in New Jersey. It is the only city to have a major airport within its limits and the largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic region. It is located in the Eastern Time Zone of the United States and observes EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). English is the predominant language spoken in Newark, although other languages such as Spanish, Portuguese and Italian can also be found. Newark is situated in the United States Dollar (USD) currency zone and its economy is based primarily on manufacturing, retail, shipping and distribution. The city’s largest employers include Prudential Financial, Public Service Enterprise Group and Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.

Climate and Weather

The climate of Newark, New Jersey is considered continental with four distinct seasons. Summers are generally warm with temperatures averaging in the mid to upper 80s, while winters can be quite cold and snowy with temperatures dropping to an average low of 22 degrees in January. Rainfall is fairly consistent throughout the year with precipitation averaging around 43 inches per year. Newark experiences all four seasons and is sometimes affected by extreme weather events. Blizzard conditions are possible in the winter months and the hottest temperatures of the year typically occur in July and August. Newark is also subject to coastal storms originating off the Atlantic, which bring strong winds and additional precipitation. Overall, the warm-summer climate of Newark is mild despite its location in the Northeast, allowing for comfortable weather year-round. The city is also close to both the ocean and the mountains, providing a variety of different landscapes and climates to explore nearby.

Touring Newark: Airport and Transportation

There are 2 airports in Newark, New Jersey. The official names are Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Essex County Airport (CDW). You can get from the main airport (Newark Liberty International Airport) to downtown Newark by taxi, which will cost around $40-$50 including tolls. Alternately, you can take a bus ride from the airport to downtown Newark via NJ transit which would cost around $3. Yes, you can change money at Newark Airport. You can visit Travelex located in the Newark Liberty International Airport for foreign currency exchange services.

Exploring the Rich History and Culture of Newark

  1. Newark is home to the nation’s oldest outdoor market, Newark's legendary outdoor market, which is held every Thursday, Friday and Saturday on Springfield Avenue
  2. Newark's history includes musical greats such as Sarah Vaughan, Whitney Houston and Lauryn Hill, who all grew up and began their careers in the city
  3. Newark is an ethnically diverse city and its many cultural influences can be seen in its food, music, art and architecture

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