2) St. Augustine
St. Augustine is a Floridian city with a long history and a ton of attractions. For a walk on the historic side, you can visit the Old City, which has walking tours, horse-drawn carriage tours, and sight-seeing trolleys. There are several houses to see which are hundreds of years old. There are also multiple museums, including the Lightner Museum, which has Victorian-era items, the Old Florida Museum, which has artifacts of early Spanish St. Augustine and hands-on programs for kids, and the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum, which has real pirate treasures and artifacts. Aside from museums, there are many nice restaurants, including some which serve local seafood. The city also has attractions such as a chocolate factory, a distillery, a natural market, an animal preserve, and an amphitheater. No matter what kinds of activities you enjoy, you will be able to find something to do in St. Augustine.