Saint Augustine's city on the northeast coast of Florida. It is the oldest city in America, and famous for its Spanish colonial architecture and Ocean beaches, like sandy St. Augustine Beach and tranquil Crescent Beach.
Saint Augustine's city, is where people go when they think of Florida, they might think of the amusement parks in Orlando or the affluent Miami Beach scene, but they'd be negligent if they didn't include the state's oldest city.
There are many activities, and attractions to enjoy such as:
St. George Street, Castillo de San Marcos, Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, Colonial Quarter, Black Raven Pirate Ship, Lightner Museum, St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, St. Augustine Beach, Pirate and Treasure Museum, and much more.
Also keep in mind there are free and low budget things to do such as:
1. St. George Street
St. George Street is the heart of St. Augustine, lined with quaint shops, cozy bistros, art galleries, and gift shops.
Over 60 KM of sandy beaches line on St. Augustine and its surrounding areas.
3. Fort Matanzas
Take the free ferry to Rattlesnake Island and explore Fort Matanzas, a fortified watchtower built by the Spanish.
4. Fort Mose Historic State Park
Fort Mose Historic State Park is the first free African settlement in North America, park admission is free and museum admission is only $2.
6. Church Tours
You will discover many historical churches in area such as Memorial Presbyterian Church, Mission Nombre de Dios, and St. Augustine Cathedral Basilica.
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