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All reviews historic district beautiful city southern charm trolley tour on foot spanish moss walk around great place to visit lots of history forsyth park river street live oaks rich history walking tour city market civil war parks
Michelle is very personable and knows great deal about city. Nice way to learn about historical downtown Savannah. Would suggest also going on Jouney by Faith tour to also learn about black history here as well
The Savannah Historic District is beautiful and so well-preserved. It is easy to imagine what the city felt like hundreds of years ago. There are so many options of things to see + do. Definitely worth a trip.
Our recent visit to Savannah, GA took us to The Marshall House and dinner at the adjacent restaurant, 45 Bistro. The restaurant was very upscale, provided an eclectic menu and offered a charming, yet elegant atmosphere. The meal was superb, the staff very efficient and...More
A beautiful waterfront with refurbished warehouses and stately buildings, Savannah’s historic district is comprised of wide avenues, neighborhood gardens, and ancient live oak and magnolia trees. It is a feast for the eyes, and the scores of restaurants won’t disappoint.
Savannah is a beautiful city with so much to see and do. The architecture is breathtaking and the squares offer a wonderful place to rest. There is a lot of walking, especially if you want to see everything. We were lucky to have a fellow...More
To appreciate the south and US History one must visit Charleston, SC and Savannah, GA. Take a walking tour to best appreciate it all. Old homes, rate cobblestone streets, old horse and buggy rides you can almost see ladies in their dresses and men in...More
The rental was through Lucky Savannah Rental Company. Excellent location, walking distance to many restaurants and pubs. A very beautiful neighborhood, very walkable, very safe. Staying in the Historic District was a great decision.
The historic district in Savannah is a bit of a step back in time. However, the real treats here are all the picturesque squares/parks, the Spanish moss hanging from the live oaks (no, that is not opposed to dead oaks) and the gracious Southern hospitality....More
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My wife and I never felt worried for our safety. We were all over the historic district and all times of the day and night. The worst we had to deal with was some of the panhandlers but none we came across were a problem.
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We were just there for Thanksgiving and it was in the 60's which is chilly for Savannah from what I understand, but being from just south of the Poconos, it was nice. Gave the feeling of fall, but not too cold. If I had the... More
We were just there for Thanksgiving and it was in the 60's which is chilly for Savannah from what I understand, but being from just south of the Poconos, it was nice. Gave the feeling of fall, but not too cold. If I had the chance to go to Savannah for Christmas I'd be there in a heartbeat!!! There are so many great restaurants, tours, and just strolling down River Street that I think you couldn't go wrong no matter what time of year it is.