Historic Savannah is a true gem of the Southeast.
Its historic roots are tangible, with cobblestone streets, historic architecture, and monuments of the Revolutionary & Civil War eras. Not to mention, just about any Savannah resident could fill the role of Tour Guide, as the rich history is something its citizens know well, and take pride in.
Modern city planners study the city’s intentional design, laid out by its founder James Edward Oglethorpe. The city was designed as a grid, multilayered and connecting the urban core to bordering farm lots. It’s this design that has made present-day Savannah a pedestrian-friendly community in which living downtown means being within walking distance to just about everything you'd need.
Savannah Knows how to Party
Savannah is also famous for its lack of open container laws, ghost bar crawls, and St. Patrick’s Day parade. This city likes to have fun.
But it’s Savannah’s rich history, tree canopy-covered streets, and majestic architecture that make every moment in the city magic.