Savannah Holiday Travel Information

United States
Savannah's hanging Spanish moss, 18th and 19th-century architecture and cobblestoned streets make it one of America's most charming cities, a veritable Southern belle of a metropolis. Established in 1733 as a slavery-free haven for debtors (lawyers and Catholics would not be allowed), Savannah later became an export center for slave-grown …

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Things to see and do in Savannah

Michelle Wright | Trip by SkyscannerForsyth Park
Forsyth Park
faungg's photos | FlickrRiver Street
River Street
Steve DeAngelo | Trip by SkyscannerBroughton Street
Broughton Street
Tracey Seger | Trip by SkyscannerCity Market
City Market
tvanhoosear | FlickrSavannah Historic District
Savannah Historic District
Diana P | Trip by SkyscannerThe Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
Rich Carriero | Trip by SkyscannerColonial Park Cemetery
Colonial Park Cemetery
Eileen R. Smith | Trip by SkyscannerSCAD Museum of Art
SCAD Museum of Art
Eileen R. Smith | Trip by SkyscannerJepson Center for the Arts
Jepson Center for the Arts
Michael C | Trip by SkyscannerOwens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters
Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters

Reviews of Savannah

Maddy Brookes
Maddy Brookes

One of the most beautiful and historic cities in the US. It’s like stepping back in time. The beautiful trees and parks are so lovely to walk through. There are also tons of great places to eat and perfect coffee shops.

Paige Harris III
Paige Harris IIISan Francisco

Charming, historical, and a very relaxing feel of a town. Plenty of resturants and shops to try out

André  M
André M

Having a great time here. Weather and atmosphere is great. Visit the First Black Baptist Church and all the Squares.

Steve DeAngelo
Steve DeAngeloMelbourne

It all started with General James Oglethorpe, a thirty-something member of the British Parliament persuading King George II to grant him a charter to establish a colony he called "Georgia." When his boat loaded with just over a hundred colonists landed in the new world, he called the landing point, Savannah.

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