The average distance between Jupiter and Saturn is 4.34 AU. One AU, an astronomical unit, is the distance between the Earth and the sun, or 92,955,807 miles.
Since the planets don't orbit each other in a perfect circle, the distance between each of them varies greatly during their orbits. Jupiter has a distance of 484 million miles from the sun, making it the fifth planet from the ball of fire. Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun with a distance of 866 million miles. Both of these planets are considered gas giants and do not have a solid surface like Earth.