St. Augustine Tour with Scenic Cruise
On the Northeast corner of Florida stands the nation’s oldest settlement, founded in 1565 by Pedro Menendez de Aviles, a Spanish Explorer. Since then, St. Augustine has been under British rule, back to Spaniard control, and then ceded to the United States. Famous for its beautiful Spanish colonial buildings and 19th-century architecture in the center of the city’s St. George Street, St. Augustine has many sites to explore including the old Fort Mose site, which houses a visitor’s center and museum. Next on the itinerary, hop on board the 75-minute historical cruise on the Victory III, as the captain narrates the pivotal history and old landmarks of this historic town. Sail past the Castillo de San Marcos, a 16th-century lighthouse, and through the Bay of Matanzas while you learn about colonial life in America. After the guided cruise, tour around the cobblestoned streets of St. Augustine, and enjoy a bite to eat before returning back to Orlando.
Round-Trip transportation between Orlando and St. Augustine
- Time to explore the oldest city in the United States
- A guided boat ride around the historic city sites.
7:30 AM- Depart from Orlando
10 AM- Arrive at St. Augustine
4 PM- Depart from St. Augustine
*Times are subject to change
Cameras are encouraged.