Hotels in St. Augustine, Florida
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- Vilano Beach
- Old St. Augustine Village
- Castillo de San Marcos
- World Golf Village
- Flagler College
- Anastasia State Park
- Bridge of Lions
- St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum
- St. Augustine Beach Park
- St. Augustine Premium Outlets
- World Golf Hall of Fame
- Ripley's Believe It Or Not
- Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine
- Lightner Museum
- Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park
- Fort Matanzas National Monument
- Old City Gates
- St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park
- Ravine Gardens State Park
Top 10 Hotels in St. Augustine, FL in 2017 | Hotels.com
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What's St Augustine like?
A history-lover's dream, a fisherman's fantasy, a beach bum's delight, and much more, St. Augustine is not one to skip on your travel checklist. There's something for just about everyone in this fascinating, ancient, and vibrant city. You'll find excitement, fascination, and relaxation just around the corner from most St. Augustine hotels no matter what part of the city you decide to check out. For the history buff, hotels near the Historic District are the perfect place to settle in and do some true exploring of one of the most well-preserved cities in the United States. If you prefer to do your historical journeying by sea, look no further than the Scenic Cruises on the Victory III, which will take you on a guided, narrated cruise along the water there you can sit back, relax, and listen to the stories of St. Augustine in style. Craving some more exciting adventures? Look no further than the Alligator Farm to get up close and personal with, and even feed, some creatures even more ancient than their city!
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in St Augustine
The locals of St. Augustine are very proud of the city and its history, and are generally very helpful to visitors. Ask around for the best places to eat in the area; you won't be disappointed! St. Augustine is home to myriad amazing eateries. In addition, it's a really good idea to know your travel routes ahead of time if you are renting a car during your stay (as many travelers do) in order to avoid frustrating the locals on the road or distracted driving. On-foot exploration is encouraged, and there are many St. Augustine hotels are within walking distance to lots of exciting destinations. Look to the locals for how to dress day to day, and read up on the climate for the season you plan to travel, as the weather in St. Augustine can vary significantly depending on the season...and don't forget to check any weather advisories during the stormy season!
St. Augustine travel guides
Lured by tales of the Fountain of Youth, Spanish explorers settled St. Augustine in 1565. Sitting al...