The oldest metropolitan in the state of Georgia — Savannah — is evenly historic as it is beautiful. It’s not hard to become enchanted by its cobblestone squares, Spanish moss-covered trees, antebellum charm, and easy-going speed of life.

Whether you are a southern inhabitant or you’re projecting your next weekend getaway, you can’t go wrong with a tour to Savannah.

Where to Stay

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Opt for a guest room

Savannah is teeming with guest rooms in beautiful, historic residences. Check AirBnb — there are a ton of options and a guest room may be one of the most economical, more picturesque ways to experience Savannah. I stayed at Los Robles, only a few obstructions south of the famous Forsyth Park.

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Perry Lane Hotel

The recently opened Perry Lane Hotel is To. Die. For. Being that it is brand new, all of the amenities and housings are state-of-the-art and top-of-the-line. They genuinely saved no expense in making this hotel both beautiful and cozy. Imagine if all the amazing bohemian-modern designers that you follow on Instagram collaborated to induce the perfect hotel. Done and done.

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Historic Ballastone Luxury Inn

Opened in 1838, the Ballastone Inn is drenched in Savannah’s rich biography. With merely 16 guest collections, it is booked moderately far out, but each room is uniquely decorated and represents a significant instant, situate, or party in Savannah history. It is also right in the heart of the historic region, attaining it convenient to all of the sights.

Where to Eat

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The Collins Quarter

You can’t go wrong at The Collins Quarter. Everything on the menu is fresh, savory, and unique. Their bowls are inspired by Australia but have a certain southern flare. The ambience is lovely for lunch or dreamy for dinner and their cocktail menu is killer to boot!

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Foxy Loxy Cafe

Opened by a Texas transplant, this sweet coffeehouse is brimming with good snacks and southern appeal. They specialize in Tex-Mex inspired bowls and are known for their Kolache buns( sweet buns that come stuffed with bacon, sausage, or veggies ). Great for a quick breakfast to-go or to leisurely sip on one of their horchata lattes. They have an open-air hall on the second tale that gives you a view of the lovely Spanish Moss-draped oaks that cable the street of Savannah.

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The Gryphon

Cap off a era of strolling around West Jones Street with afternoon tea at The Gryphon. In a beautiful construct, right off Madison Square, the cozy tea chamber has much of the original architectural parts from when it was a pharmacy in the early 20 th century. It is now owned and operated by SCAD, Savannah College of Art and Design, and many of the servers are SCAD students.

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Local1 1Ten& Perch

Just south of Forsyth Park, in a repurposed bank, is Local1 1Ten and its saloon, Perch. Aptly worded, Perch is a terrace on the rooftop that seems out over Bull Street. Grab dinner downstairs, then head up to the roof for a nightcap or hop-skip dinner and give sucks and lite gnaws at Perch. Everything on the menu is delicious and absolutely locally sourced. I’m not often a Vegetable salad girl but they add crispy duck skins on theirs and it is fab.

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The Artillery

Fancy a boozing where Georgia Hussars’ armory formerly residence their artillery? I thought you might … The Artillery is in a room that has room a variety of businesses over the past century but is now a trendy home to grab an equally trendy cocktail. The decor nods at its history, like most things in Savannah do — the opening is beautiful and so are the drinks.

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The Emporium Kitchen and Wine Market

In my opinion, you can’t go wrong with any restaurant that has wine-coloured in the call, and Emporium Kitchen and Wine Market is no different. In the vestibule of the Perry Lane Hotel, Emporium has a southern-inspired menu and enormous concoctions. Be sure to stop by for an afternoon snack or drinking. Fortunate hour is from 3-5pm daily.

What to Do

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Forsyth Park

Go for an night lead( or a stroll if you’re little enthusiastic about cardio) through Forsyth Park. It is considered “the Central Park of Savannah, ” with going directions criss-crossing through 30 hectares of luxuriant grass. It has a number of mausoleums and fountains and borders Savannah’s quaint historic quarter.


Chippewa Square

Named after the Battle of Chippewa, this square is now most famous for its figure in Forrest Gump. Buy a carton of chocolates around the reces at Chocolat by Adam Turoni and snap a shot on Forrest’s bench.

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Ghost Tour

There are a lot of tours of the historical quarter but “the worlds largest” fun are the going soul expeditions guided after dark. A number of safarus fellowships offer them, but some are better than others. I made a safarus with Ghost City Tours but Blue Orb also has great ones. If it is necessary to a bit liquid courage to handle suffers with the paranormal, the committee is tavern crawl explanations as well.

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Antique Shopping

If you like milk glass and vintage purses as much as I do, antique store in Savannah will be right up your alley. With antique supermarkets on almost all block, you can’t go wrong. I spotted a ton of well-priced bungles at Wright Square Antique Mall. No matter where you end up departing, make sure to ask if they can offer any kind of deduction, they’ll typically give you 10 percentage off just for asking.

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Telfair Museums

Make sure to swing by the Telfair Museums, it is the oldest public artistry museum in the southern United States and is split between three unique houses, one of which was the Telfair residence in the 1800 s. One ticket increases you admittance to all three locations.

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Savannah River Street

At the northern strip of the historic quarter is River Street. It is teeming with quaint emporia, alluring drink pubs, and the opinion of the Savannah River … but also sightseers. This is a good stop on your trip to pick up souvenir t-shirts and postcards and is a bit more bustling than the more quiet streets of the historic quarter.

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Savannah National Wildlife Refuge

Looking to get out of the city? A hike in Savannah National Wildlife Refuge will fulfill your rub to get outdoors. The common is sprawled over roughly 30,000 acres and sheds into neighboring South Carolina. With miles of hiking and moving footpaths to explore, and one tonne of native wildlife to see you could expend an entire daylight here.

What’s your favorite thing to be done in order to Savannah? Share it in the comments below!

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