ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The National Georgaphic Traveler editors have compiled their list of the must-see places around the world for 2013 and making the list is the nation's oldest city, St. Augustine.
St. Augustine was selected among other domestic locations such as the Hudson Valley and the Missouri River Banks.
International must-see locations include Crimea, Marseilles and Malawi.
MORE: See the entire list
National Geographic Traveler suggests making your visit to St. Augustine in the spring or fall since temperatures are an average of 70-85 degrees but also cautions travelers to avoid hurricane season.
Recommended accommodations include the St. Francis Inn bed-and-breakfast located in the historic district or the House of Sea and Sun which used to belong to a Flagler heiress in the 1920s.
Traveler recommended The Floridian for tourists to enjoy a sampling of Florida fare. The Floridian offers local food with a menu that changes with the seasons.
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For people wondering how they'll get around after dining at all the restaurants in St. Augustine's historic district, Traveler suggests hopping aboard The Old Town Trolley. With 22 different stops the trolley takes passengers all across the city to the various restaurants, shops, historic sites and the St. Augustine Lighthouse.
For more information on what to see and do if you decide to pay St. Augustine a visit, check out the St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches Visitors and Convention Bureau's website.
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