Historic St Augustine Audio Self Guided App GPS Tour

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USD700

Free cancellation

A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

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About

Go at your own pace, anytime. This is a location aware smart phone guided walking tour. Get our app, put your phone in your pocket and let our patented technology guide you through St. Augustine and share stories written by tour guides, told by professional narrators and infused with music.
On our historic adventure I’ll be guiding you to the historic sites linked to the history of the oldest city in America.
You’ll see the Old City Gates, the narrowest street in America, the oldest schoolhouse, historic St. George Street, the old churches, shrines, forts, monuments, parks, statues and so much more.
And along the way I’ll share with you the stories of the Spanish, Ponce De Leon and how he enslaved an island, Pirates of the Seas, The Red Coats, the Americans, the history of Slavery in Florida, The Oldest Market, the Greek shrine, the Minorcans, and we are just getting started.
Want to listen later? No problem. Your tour never expires.

Itinerary

The tour starts at the statue of Ponce De Leon, you'll learn his history, the adventurer, the slave owner, and how be became the famous explorer. You'll then be guided step by step through St Augustine.
the tour stops at the gates and you'll learn why they were built and why they were built. It's one of the best city gates, and most historical, in the country.
The tour walks through the historic Plaza de la Constitucion where you'll hear about the plaza, its history and statues. From here you'll walk to St. George street.
The tour stops here and you'll hear the history of the church, how it was built, and how the city was attacked and burnt down.
You will walk up St. George street and explore multiple locations and hear about their stories and the history of the street.
See Treasury street and the narrowest street in the USA. You'll hear how the city was attacked by pirates and why the street is so narrow.
the tour stops at the oldest wooden schoolhouse an you'll hear about the chains around it, the people the lived here and how it survive.
The tour stops at the Saint Photios Greek Orthodox National Shrine where you can enter and learn about the people that came to St. Augustine and made the city what it is.
The tour ends at the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, outside, and you'll learn it's story, why it was built and why it still stands.
From the city gates you'll see the old Huguenot Cemetery and learn about the people there and why they were buried there and why they left France.

Inclusions

Location aware, hands free experience.
Go anytime, at your own pace. It never expires
Tour on our walking tour app

Exclusions

no entrance fees, no entrance into buildings, no food, no drink.

Additional Information

  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than 24 hours before the activity start time.