As Georgia’s oldest city in the state, Savannah comes complete with hundred-year-old oak trees covered in Spanish moss, cobblestone streets with horse-drawn carriages, and plenty of antebellum architecture with perfectly manicured gardens. The Savannah travel guide shares details on this romantic Southern city with near-by Tybee Island lighthouse, beautiful Forsyth Park, and an unlimited number of antique stores ready for you to explore.
- Founded in 1733 on the coast of Georgia at the Savannah River
- A strategic port city in the Amercian Revolution & Civil War
- Home to the Savannah College of Art & Design, the famous 22 squares in the historic district, and setting for the book & movie Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil
Savannah Insider’s Tip:
Riding a bike is the BEST way to explore Savannah hands down… just make sure you go with the flow of traffic and that you don’t ride on the sidewalks.