St. Augustine, Florida is rarely anyone’s first guess when someone asks them about the United States’ oldest city, and yet there it is: located right along the Pacific coastline of Florida just south of Jacksonville lies the historic city of St. Augustine, founded by the Spanish in 1565. This beautiful destination has been recognized as one of the 26 Most Beautiful Towns in America by Condé Nast Traveler. With a mixture of Spanish, Spanish Revival, Moorish and even Victorian architecture, the city screams European charm and transports its visitors to a place that doesn’t really feel like Florida, despite the palm trees and Spanish moss.

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