Flights to Savannah are very affordable now that almost every major U.S. airline has a flight into Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. The airport offers travelers a private business center and complimentary Internet service. Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport offers all the amenities of big-city airports with multiple shopping and dining options.
Chatham Area Transit runs from the airport to locations through the city. Additionally, taxis and rental cars are available at the airport. Many of the hotels offer courtesy vehicles for transportation to and from their locations once you arrive on Savannah flights.
Driving in Savannah isn't difficult because the city's grid system makes navigation easy. However, the narrow streets and numbers of walking tourists in the Historic District make driving cars through that area challenging. The city's public transportation system runs through all the major points of Savannah and is a stress-free alternative to driving the more congested areas.
The grid system of Savannah also makes it easy to walk in the city. There are also horse-drawn carriages for a fun and old-fashioned means of transportation.
If history is your thing, Savannah will not disappoint. The city is home to numerous historic churches and homes. The cemeteries alone are worth the airfare to Savannah, featuring the graves of English colonialists in Georgia, Confederate soldiers, and African slaves. Savannah is also home to Fort Jackson, a restored nineteenth-century fort built in the early 1800s.
The supernatural has a special place in Savannah's history as well. Numerous ghost tours take visitors into the haunted side of many of its most historic sights.
Savannah's Southern charm extends into its food. You will find it hard to resist old Southern classics and internationally influenced dishes with Southern twists on every block of the city.
The nightlife in Savannah lends an old feel as well with jazz and blues bars aplenty. The Historic Savannah Theatre offers shows all year in the oldest, continually operating theater in the U.S.
If you aren't shopping for sweets to bring back home, there are plenty of other things to bring back with you. The cheap flights to Savannah make shopping a far less guilty pleasure. Local artists are prolific in Savannah. ShopSCAD is a gallery featuring artwork by the students of the Savannah College or Art and Design, and flea markets and antique shops around the city help you bring a piece of historic Savannah back to your own home.