Created with Sketch.Book with confidence.Our eligible trusted airline partners are waiving their change fees.

Find Cheap Flights from Newark (EWR) to San Jose (SJO)

Newark to San Jose Route Information

Travel Distance:2,209 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:United Airlines
Weekly Flights:5
Avg. Flight Duration:5.18 Hours

Book Cheap Flights from Newark to San Jose

Flights from Newark to San Jose

Looking for flights from Newark to San Jose? Look no more, for you’re at the right place. Book cheap flights from Newark to San Jose on CheapOair and enjoy great discounts. Whether its leisure or a business trip, we offer the most competitive rates on flight tickets to destinations around the world. Grab EWR to SJO flight deals and save big! Hurry, our cheap rates are not going to last forever, so make your bookings right away!

Airports in Newark

Newark is served by Newark Liberty International Airport. Located in the city of Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A., it is the primary airport serving the U.S. State of New Jersey. The airport provides passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations including Dublin, Beijing, Calgary, Montreal, Delhi, London, Vienna, Amsterdam, Paris, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more. Passengers can smoothly commute to and from the airport using monorail, buses, car hires, private limousine, and taxi services.

Explore San Jose

San Jose (meaning ‘Saint Joseph’ in local language) is the capital and largest city of Costa Rica. Regarded one of the safest and least violent cities in Latin America, it hosts the seat of national government and a major transportation hub. The city is home to nearly half that of the entire country. The city is bounded by lush green mountains and valleys. San Jose is home to many theatres (built in European-inspired architecture) and museums. The latter are the go-to points to know more about the Costa Rican history, pre-Columbian era culture and art and modern artworks of Costa Rica.

Things to do in San Jose

Museo del Jade (The Jade Museum)

The Jade Museum is home to the largest collection of Pre-Columbian era’s Jade in America. This museum also tells a wonderful account of how Jade was processed in those times. Visitors can be sure to find an array of ages old artifacts made of stones, bones, ceramics and shells.

Museo Nacional (or National Museum)

The National Museum in San Jose is home to a world-class butterfly garden and a collection of several stone spheres dating back to Pre-Columbian era. This museum is housed inside a 100-year-old fortress that was used as a military barrack and was a silent witness to the country's 1948 civil war.

Museo del Oro Precolombino (Pre-Columbian Gold Museum)

The Pre-Columbian Gold Museum in San Jose is home to a world-class collection of over 1600 artifacts made of gold and dating back to 500 AD. Among the collection are famous Costa Rica's first coin mited in 1825, several animal figurines, amulets, earrings, and a life-sized gold-capped warrior figure.