St. Augustine: The Oldest City in the United States
St. Augustine might be the oldest city in the U.S., but it isn’t stuffy or stale. Instead, St. Augustine offers everything the modern resident requires to get by. Because of its age and brick-lined streets, much of St. Augustine has an old-world, European feel. The city is also known for its world-class art galleries, shopping district, outlet malls, live music, and 42 miles of beaches. It’s not hard to see why six million visitors come each year and why living in St. Augustine is such a prize. And because it is located close to Jacksonville, residents can still get their dose of the city whenever they please.