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Flying into Beautiful Saint Augustine

Nestled on the northeast coastline of Florida, St. Augustine holds the title of the oldest European-founded city in the United States. Proud of its history, this town brings old world charm to a vacation-friendly locale. Excellent museums and walkable streets give St. Augustine warmth and authenticity.
Hotels in Saint Augustine
Southern Oaks Inn
$71 avg/night
Saragossa B&B - Saint Augustine
$110 avg/night
The Flagler Inn
$71 avg/night
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Traveling to St. Augustine By Plane? 

The closest major airport is the Jacksonville International Airport. Cheap flights are available, with JetBlue offering great roundtrip rates from $176 to $199. Peak season is from May to August. 

Getting Into St. Augustine From the Airport?

Renting a car is easy; most national rental services operate out of the airport. Shuttle buses are available from $60-80. Depending on traffic, it's an hour's trip.

Looking for an Affordable Hotel in St. Augustine?

The Doubletree by Hilton St. Augustine Historic District offers a convenient location, dependable service and cookies at check-in! For a romantic getaway there’s the Casa Monica Autograph Collection. Located in the historic district, it has plenty of options for food and people-watching. The Penny Farthing Inn is a restored Victorian with spacious rooms and glasses of wine to enjoy on the porch.

What to Do Once You’re In St. Augustine?

The town pays tribute to its first European explorer, Ponce de Leon, with the Fountain of Youth Park, a 15-acre attraction complete with working archaeological site. Adult admission is $15. History buffs won't want to miss Castillo de San Marcos. The $7 admission lets you explore the 450 year-old Spanish fort on your own or with park rangers. Heading to school may not sound like much of a vacation, but Flagler College in downtown St. Augustine is one of the most beautiful schools in the country.  The easiest way to explore St. Augustine’s many sights is by trolley. 3-day tickets are $25 and operate with daily hop-on-hop-off service.

Flying out of Jacksonville International Airport?

This airport offers one of the more relaxed traveling experiences around. Food options may be limited, but live music or art exhibits, like St. Augustine itself, make for welcome relief from stressful travel.