Savannah is a beautiful sunny place built over a historic area that is rich with elegant townhouses, antebellum mansions, mammoth oak trees and green public squares draped in Spanish moss. It is an exceedingly exciting city with sands that shine brightly under the warm sun rays. Savannah is also known for its recreational outdoor activities like biking, kayaking, sailing or just walking around, taking in the fresh smells and views of this old historic town.
Welcome to Savannah. Founded in 1733, this is one of the most historic cities in America. It is America’s first planned city and is one of the world’s largest National Historic Landmark districts. Savannah was once known as forest city and most of the streets have incredible old oak trees. This Spanish moss is a sight to see. You could meet up any local resident, may be near Forsyth Park to talk more about Savannah. People would love to call it beautiful, amazing and a city worth enjoying the life. Walking downtown in the streets of Savannah, you can see people falling for food. The Wileys hold the fame of making the best barbecues in Savannah. Wait until you fall for it too. Get some lunch from the green trucks if you wish to have burgers as they serve the best ones. Walk into Mrs. Wilks if you wish to have some good old- fashioned Southern Fried cooking. Don’t forget to check the fusion restaurants too. Reach the River Streets if you are from out of the town. Walk down through the Bala stones that are known to have floated by along with the waterways from England when Savannah was still a burgeoning port. Must have been an incredible beauty to the people who have seen baby Savannah grow into this spectacularly inspiring city of grandeur!
Keep walking down the streets to know more about its vintage values. Grab a drink from the Wet Willies and sit down to watch the Cargo ships pass by once you are tired. Tybee Island outside Savannah is the main barrier and holds the best beaches in the region. This is where the whole Savannah comes when they want to rent a beach house or tan themselves under the scorching sun. The Thailand Lighthouse at the Tybee was built around 270 years ago to guide the ships into the Savannah harbor. It is now the most intact lighthouse of America.