Genteel, gracious, and captivating, world-famous Savannah captivates visitors with her natural beauty, eccentric charm, and traditional Southern hospitality.
Savannah's Historic District is a walker's delight (though many visitors take advantage of the entertaining and educational horse-drawn carriage tours) with wide-open streets intertwined with shady public squares and parks. Here, bistros, quaint shops, green squares, and grand architecture abound.
Savannah is home to a virtual smorgasbord of award-winning restaurants and Lowcountry cuisine. From creamy lobster bisque to sweet pecan pie to fresh collard greens to a hot bowl of grits, down–home favorites sit side by side with more international and eclectic fares.
Cobblestone-lined River Street greets visitors with its candy shops, art galleries, and clothing and gift stores. City Market, a few streets over, is home to art studios, galleries, and specialty shops. And on Broughton and Bull Streets, you'll find the heart of Savannah's antique district.