Florida Town Ranked One of the Friendliest Small Towns In America
There’s something just special and extra friendly about a small town. Whenever I visit a small town, I just feel that small city vibe and friendly nature, and it’s a breath of fresh air. Perhaps that’s why visiting small towns on vacation is becoming something of a trend. At least, that’s what I’m seeing within my own circles. While many small towns are welcoming, some small towns are just extra friendly. One of those places is close by, as one Florida town has been named one of the friendliest small towns in America.
The new research comes from TravelAwaits, who has a new list out that gives props to a selection of small towns across America. “We believe that the true heart and soul of a destination lies within its people,” they state in the story. “That’s why we turned to our readers to nominate and vote for the friendliest small towns in the United States.” Hence, they published a list of the 14 friendliest small towns in Ameirca. That’s just 14 in the entire country. According to TravelAwaits, these small towns have been welcoming to visitors with their “warm hospitality, welcoming atmosphere, and genuine smiles.”
Friendliest Small Towns In America
The No. 1 small town in this list was Concordia, Kansas, “a town that embodies midwestern hospitality at its finest,” TravelAwaits writes. So, what about Florida? No. 4 on the list is St. Augustine, Florida. “As the oldest city in the United States, St. Augustine, Florida, has a rich history and a friendly spirit,” they explain. “Visitors to this charming coastal town are greeted with southern hospitality and a warm welcome. With its cobblestone streets, historic landmarks, and beautiful beaches, St. Augustine offers a perfect blend of history, culture, and friendly locals eager to share their stories and traditions.” Find the full list here.