The Hostess City of the South is one of our favorite cities to visit for exceptional dining, historic attractions, sightseeing and fun. It’s no wonder most visitors to Savannah fall in love with its tree-lined squares, unique architecture, award-winning restaurants and popular attractions.
Explore The City
Savannah is a wonderful city to explore any time of year. Each of the city’s 22 town squares offer something a bit different, including fountains, statues, parks and even the famous Forrest Gump bench (found in Chippewa Square). Whether strolling, bike riding or carriage-riding through the city, historic homes, beautiful parks and hidden gems await. Bargain hunters and fashionistas can browse boutiques, antique shops and retailers galore. Thrill seekers should visit the romantic Bonaventure Cemetery made famous by “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” or take a spooky ghost tour of the city.
Take To The Water
Savannah is beautifully situated along the Savannah River, so visitors often enjoy the views from riverboat cruises. More adventurous sightseers enjoy kayaking nearby. It’s a short drive to stunning Tybee Island where a day at the beach with surfing and shelling is just right.