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Brimming with Southern charm and an air of nostalgia, Savannah is the oldest city in the US state of Georgia. It has the architecture to prove it too - from romantic antebellum abodes to prim Victorian manors, the city’s historic districts and enchanting moss-strewn parks have made it a favorite for history buffs and ghost hunters alike. Despite its ripe old age, the city is kept young at heart by a vibrant student population – who fuel a thriving arts scene by day, and a hedonistic party scene by night.

Things to see

Day or night, you’ll find much of Savannah’s downtown buzz along River Street, a quaint cobbled drag lined with old cotton warehouses. Weathered by time but lovingly restored, the buildings are now home to a unique collection of boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and nightspots, all overlooking the rippling waterfront. Occupying 30 green acres of the historic district, Forsyth Park is a peaceful zone for both rest and recreation. You can stroll the leafy pathways, play tennis or basketball, or enjoy a quiet picnic under the shade of a Spanish moss-draped oak tree. Along with a kid’s playground and Fragrant Garden for the blind, the park’s most well-known feature is its elegant stone fountain, which dates back to 1858. Just 20 minutes’ drive east of Savannah, you’ll find Tybee Island Beach. Gilded with 5 miles of white gold sand, backed with natural sand dune scenery, it’s an ideal spot for fishing, sailing, walking, swimming, or just basking in the sun.

Hotels in Savannah

With a volley of vacationers every year, the hotels in Savannah certainly know a thing or two about Southern hospitality. There’s something to appeal to most visitors here, from chic luxury hotels and amenity-packed chain name accommodation, to the upscale guesthouses and B&Bs that occupy the city’s many historical manors. Whilst flowery décor, chandeliers, and four-poster beds are all common features in the latter variety, you can still expect mod-cons such as WiFi and cable television in-room, and occasionally restaurants on-site. A few minutes away, the hotels in Tybee Island Beach come as a mix of beachfront condominium properties, full-service hotels, and cozy B&Bs.

Where to stay

With its leafy streets, floral finery, and immaculate old manor houses, a hotel in Savannah’s Historic Downtown district takes you back in time to a quintessential Southern town. Those on a heritage hunt can kick off their sightseeing tour with a stop at the Savannah History Museum, whilst those looking to shop, eat, and drink can ride in good old fashioned style on River Street’s heritage tram. Around 18 miles east of the city, Tybee Island offers a more sedate stay, with its sandy beach and serene coastal views. Along with historic forts and museums, it’s also home to Georgia’s oldest lighthouse, the Tybee Light Station.

How to get to Savannah

Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport is the gateway of choice for those jetting in. It provides plenty of scheduled services within North America, with year-round flights to cities including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, New York, and Washington, D.C. Once you’ve landed it’s just an 8 mile journey into the city’s historic core, which you can do by shuttle bus, rental car, or taxi. Savannah is also reachable via the Greyhound bus, and the Amtrak railway, with multiple trains per day coming from either New York or Miami. If you’re driving in, Interstate 16 and Interstate 95 both lead the way.

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