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St. George Street, St. Augustine

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#7 of 224 in Things to do in St. Augustine
Must see · Landmark · Tourist Spot
St. George Street is a center of leisurely seaside social activity. The pedestrian street is jam-packed with shops and bars that offer souvenirs of the nation's oldest city, which was founded in 1565. Many of the restaurants serve food that gets high praise from visitors, and some were around before the street became a tourist attraction, such as St. George Tavern. Be sure to refer to the attraction by its full name because George Street is another street in town. To visit St. George Street and other attractions in St. Augustine, use our St. Augustine route planning site.
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  • There were some homeless people sleeping on the ground when we first entered the area so that wasn't great, and there are some tacky tourist type businesses, but overall we enjoyed strolling up and.....  more »
  • St. George Street has an abundance of shops to check out. The buildings are like New Orleans from the Spanish era (or maybe I should say New Orleans is like the buildings here since St. Augustine is....  more »

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