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My husband and I vacationed in downtown Savannah for July 4th. We took a trolley tour through the historic district. All of the beautiful old mansions, churches and hotels were so interesting to see. I fell in love with this city and can't wait to return. We stayed four days and I loved every minute of it. I highly recommend visiting historic Savannah.
This place is one of the joys of my life. Since I married my beautiful wife 17 years ago we travel here every year. The parks the history and friendly people are just wonderful.
So much to do and see in Savannah. So much history, friendly people, and delicious food. Using the on and off trolleys is the best way to get to know the city. Can't wait to go back and visit the places I was not able to on this trip.
It's a college town. There are young adults everywhere. It's slow on a Saturday morning, but picks up as the day goes on. Everyone I encountered was friendly and returned my smiles. I do plan on going back and finding more treasures to look at. No, not window shopping. Oh, and be prepared to WALK!
The Historic Distric of Savannah is a charming and beautiful place to visit and enjoy good food, stunning historic homes and buildings and learn much about our country's 13th colony. What a National Treasure this City is. God bless everyone who has ever contributed to its development and preservation. I love it and can't wait to return.
It's beyond everyday beauty. History comes alive on every willowy-treed corner. The trolley tour was worth the price. The peach cookies are unlike anything I've tasted. The walk along the channel is worth seeing, as well. This might be one of the most unique places I've visited (and I've visited 41 states).
If you love history Than This Is The Place To Go. Just be mindful of the one-way streets because they're not marked very well in some areas.
Seven days in Savannah, the first capitol of Georgia. Everywhere you look is eye candy! Perfect hospitality and ambience! Fun nightlife!
Words cannot do this place justice! So much of our history happened right here, so many stories. There is also something kind of mystical about Savannah.
An historic area with many residential and commercial structures dating to before the Civil War. Many specialty stores and unique restaurants. Some houses open for public tours. Note the free "DOT" shuttle has two routes through the historic area with buses arriving about every 15 min ... Very convenient for tourists but not a substitute for a guided tour. We took one of the horse-drawn carriage tours departing from the Hyatt Riverside - recommended.
Very beautiful - not only the historic homes and buildings but the moss draped oak trees. The trolley tour was interesting. Great food in the area also. Parking is a problem. The parking garage was full and it was hard to find a spot. A good thing about the trolley is you can park in their lot and ride getting off and on all day but only on the route.
We're loved touring the historic district of Savannah! We wandered around River St., which was so neat being able to see so much in it's original state! However, it's not so wheelchair friendly. We had a difficult time manoeuvering our adult daughter around the brick and cobblestone streets. We even had one of the front tires come off the rim. Fortunately, there was a city employee close by who had a screwdriver that they were able to put it back on with. We also went around many of the squares, The Savannah Bee Co., Leopold's ice cream shop, The Lady & Sons, The Savannah Candy Kitchen, just to mention a few places. We only had 2 days to explore, but were able to get quite a bit in!
It was truly mesmerizing to walk around this historic district with plenty of trolley tour options , the Savannah history museum, the Georgia railroad museum and the children museum are worth visiting . The gift store has some unique Savannah clothing and collectibles. Would love to visit the place again for an extended stay, a pity I could only spend half a day here
What a beautiful district! We loved the "Hop on, Hop off, trolleys. But we also enjoyed walking thru the parks that are every couple of blocks. We took a walking and eating tour in the district and had great food at several restaurants. Southern charm is alive and well in Savannah!
Take one of the many trolley tours. Its the best way to learn the real origins and rich history of this old colonial town. I'm a better person for going on this tour.
Very enjoyable trip to Savannah. People are very welcoming, lots of things to do with kids or without. Take the tour on trolley and horse carriage. Ghost tours are also good to do. Did see lots of homeless everywhere, lots of people asking for money. Other than that Savannah Historic side is beautiful to visit.
Start your engines to drive in downtown to Savannah! Very narrow streets, lots of one way streets, and people driving through like the autobahn. Does not make for a very nice peaceful day. We attempted to park several times to really take in the beautiful Victorian's and Oak lined streets but impossible. Definitely take the drive down to River St as you can actually take some of it in down there without risking life and limb.