St. Augustine, Florida embraces It’s Hispanic Culture this week during the Hispanic Culture Film Festival. October 3 to October 6, 2019. Hosted by the Corazon Cinema.
History of St. Augustine
Founded by Spanish conquistador Pedro Menendez de Aviles in 1565, the City of St. Augustine is considered the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European origin in the United States. Pedro Menendez de Aviles became Florida’s first governor and named the settlement “San Agustin”. St. Augustine served as Florida’s Spanish Capital for more than 200 years and later as capital of the Florida Territory. As time progressed the City of St. Augustine’s beauty unfolded to many becoming “The Destination” and new “Riviera” for tycoons such as Henry Flagler.
Arts, Culture and History embrace you throughout the City. Visit the Hotel Ponce de Leon (Flagler College) and the Hotel Alcazar (Lightner Museum) you will understand the inspiration for so many films, movies and music.
The Victorian House welcomes you to Stay with us while you are here.
Remember October 3 to October 6, 2019. St. Augustine, Florida is host to the Hispanic Culture Film Festival HCFF. The Hispanic Culture Film Festival is being hosted by the Corazon Cinema and Cafe in St. Augustine. Tickets available through the Historic Culture Film Festival HCFF site.
Are you looking for inspiration, magic, and romance then come to St. Augustine and become a part of History. Stay and unwind with us, you will discover another reason to love Saint Augustine!