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Getting Around St. Augustine

Old Town Trolley tour stop at Flagler Memorial Church

Getting Around St. Augustine On Vacation

As the nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine is home to an abundance of historical attractions and fascinating sights. When planning your vacation, be sure to get all the information you can on the best ways to see the city. Here are some of the top ways to travel around St. Augustine.

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colonial-quarter-st-augustine-trolleyOld Town Trolley Tours

Seeing this ancient city couldn’t be easier or more convenient than riding on the Old Town Trolley. This popular sightseeing tour gives you the opportunity to hop-on and hop-off as much as you want and takes you to more than 100 different points of interest. You’ll have the chance to learn the history and facts about each place from a knowledgeable guide while relaxing aboard the trolley. They also offer the flexibility to stretch your St. Augustine tour out over two days, allowing you to explore the city at your own pace. This comprehensive tour is the ideal alternative to driving around town, looking for parking or waiting for taxis.

City Bus

St. Augustine’s city bus, the Sunshine Bus Company, offers service in the Historic District. This transportation mode is available Monday through Saturday, from 6am to 7pm. All-day tickets or pay-per-ride options are available.

Bike or Scooter Rentals

Many companies throughout the city offer bicycle and scooter rentals. Many allow you to rent by the day, allowing you to experience all that St. Augustine has to offer at your own pace. Scooter rentals are available for single riders and pairs.

st augustine carriage ridesHorse Drawn Carriage

For a unique experience in St. Augustine, consider a horse-drawn carriage ride. Several companies offer tours and you do not need a reservation for most of them – just simply walk over to the Bayfront and look for the carriages; when they do not have guests riding, they’ll usually be parked along the street. Prices vary and they offer different tour options depending on your travel itinerary.

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