Visit St. Augustine From Home
Visit St. Augustine, Florida, from Your Living Room,
Founded in September 1565 by Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles of Spain, St. Augustine is the longest continuously inhabited European-founded city in the United States and is commonly referred to as the "Nation’s Oldest City."
Stroll the brick-lined streets, enter the many museums and galleries, visit landmarks such as Castillo de San Marcos, Ponce de Leon's "Fountain of Youth," and the Oldest Wooden School House.
Nearest Airport – 48 miles from the Jacksonville International Airport, serviced by several American carriers
Walk the shores where Spanish explorers first set foot hundreds of years ago. History mingles with modern life in St. Augustine. St. Augustine beaches are both secluded and unspoiled with more than 64 kilometres of scenic, well-preserved coastline. Parks in the area give you the choice of parking off the beach and walking, swimming or sunbathing along the miles of pristine coastline, or parking right on the sand and enjoying a dip in the surf near one of several staffed lifeguard towers.
St. Augustine – a place for history buffs and everyone else. If you are looking for history, culture, and international cuisine, come visit historic St. Augustine.
A visit to St. Augustine reveals more than four centuries of Spanish history. As National Historic Landmarks, the González-Alvarez and Ximenez-Fatio Houses tell the story of St. Augustine's Spanish heritage.
Located on the picturesque, pedestrian-only St. George Street, the St. George Inn encompasses both the east and west side, with two magnificent courtyards overlooking the iconic Castillo de San Marcos and the City Gate.
Old Town Trolley Tours makes exclusive stops at the Old Jail, St. Augustine History Museum, Potter’s Wax Museum, the Spanish Military Hospital Museum, and the Ximenez-Fatio House. You will also see the Gonzalez-Alvarez House, the oldest documented colonial house in Florida, lived in by British, Spanish, and American colonists. Visit the San Sebastian Winery; explore Flagler College, a masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture built in 1888 as The Hotel Ponce de Leon by Henry Morrison Flagler, an industrialist, railroad pioneer and oil magnate.
Old Town Trolley Tours Interactive Map
Take a 60-second tour into the operations, heart and soul of company. What they make. How they make it. And why they care so much about the things they do... and meet some of their favorite community partners.
St. Augustine Distillery: How to Make an Old Fashioned In 3 Easy Steps
During Nights of Lights, St. Augustine glows with holiday magic – from the ground to the rooftops. St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights features millions of tiny white lights that create a magical atmosphere in the Nation’s Oldest City.
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